I'VE MOVED MY BLOG TO CALEPIN:
I may choose to move the parsedout.com domain there in the future as well.
Setting Up And Building
(After getting this up and running I do indeed feel parsed-out.)
I'm not an expert in any of these new-fangled technologies. But let's give this a go.
To get this site up and going:
blahtexis on your PATH.
which blahtex && echo "yep"
blahtexis nontrivial! (At least it was when last I tried it.) I don't remember how I did it actually. I just have a copy of
blahtexthat I compiled a long time ago and I've kept on Dropbox ever since, and I really hope it continues to work through OS X upgrades and across new machines.
Install MacTeX (the big package). http://tug.org/mactex/ This beast takes up > 4 gigs of HD space.
rbenv& rubies & bundler:
brew install rbenv brew install ruby-build # restart shell! rbenv install $(cat .ruby-version) # restart shell! gem install bundler
Bundle and install
Install npm and build:
brew install npm # restart shell! npm install -g bower npm install -g grunt-cli bower install grunt
For issues in running latex, try
rm -r images/latex. The
blahtexoutput is "cached" even if it's incorrect.
Restarting the shell is the new "restarting windows."
Something like this to install and use pow:
curl get.pow.cx | sh mkdir -p ~/.pow/parsedout ln -s $PWD/_site ~/.pow/parsedout/public
Now access the site locally: http://parsedout.dev.
This is a modern age in which we live, n'est-ce pas?
- Fix LaTeX output: the images are generated it seems but in the wrong place?
- Fix grunt script/css processing
- Reorganize posts and then preprocess before jekyll build. I don't like that all posts are glommed together into one directory and then the date is embedded in the filename. That's icky.