This is the PyNash web site, now live at:
How to add a blog post
Add a file in the
How to run this site on your machine (without affecting the system ruby install)
- If you haven't already, clone this repo.
- If you haven't already got it, install rvm and enable it in your shell. (I installed it in my home directory and it worked fine.)
- Create a "gemset" just for pynashorg. (This is like the part of a virtualenv sandbox that holds installed modules.)
- "Use" the new gemset.
- Install jekyll in the gemset.
- Run jekyll.
Here are the commands I used. If you’re on Windows, these commands won’t work for you.
git clone git://github.com/pynashorg/pynashorg.github.com.git cd pynashorg.github.com \curl -L https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable --ruby . ~/.rvm/scripts/rvm rvm gemset create pynashorg rvm use @pynashorg gem install jekyll jekyll --server --auto ( more recent versions (2.5.3) are using: `$ jekyll serve --watch`)
Ctrl-C to kill it.
Now that everything’s set up, you just need two commands:
rvm use @pynashorg jekyll --server --auto
If you need help, contact jason dot orendorff at gmail.