CasperJS's documentation is hosted on Github thanks to the Github Pages Feature.
The same process as usual applies for contributions on Github:
- pull request
As the documents are stored in a git submodule, it's a bit more complicated to contribute to them though:
$ git clone --recursive firstname.lastname@example.org:YOURFORK/casperjs.git $ cd casperjs/docs/ $ git checkout gh-pages # make your changes to the doc, then build it (see below) # commit your changes, BUT MAKE SURE YOU'RE STILL IN THE **docs** FOLDER OR SUBFOLDER $ git commit -m "documented the foobar feature" $ git push email@example.com:YOURFORK/casperjs.git gh-pages $ cd ../ # BACK TO THE CASPERJS FOLDER $ git commit docs -m "updated doc link" $ git push
After that, thanks for creating a pull request with your changes, in both branches (on master AND on gh-pages).
If you had already forked and cloned the repository, proceed replace the git clone step by the following:
$ cd casperjs $ git submodule update --init $ cd docs $ git checkout gh-pages # make your changes...
So you may wonder how to generate the documentation HTML page from the source .md files? Here you go:
Hint: of course you must have casperjs installed.
This is what you should see printed to the console when building the docs:
$ cd docs/builder $ ./build written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/index.html written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/installation.html written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/quickstart.html written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/api.html written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/cli.html written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/selectors.html written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/events-filters.html written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/logging.html written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/extending.html written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/testing.html written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/debugging.html written /Users/you/Sites/casperjs/docs/faq.html