Site and Blog Source
This is generated using Jekyll to produce a static website including blog content.
HOWTO (for contributors)
Clone this repository:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:scalagwt/scalagwt.github.com.git
Then go to work on the appropriate files.
While you are working, if you would like to preview locally, install and run jekyll. Something like this:
gem install jekyll jekyll --server --auto
will allow you to open the preview of the site on
http://localhost:4000 You may have to install some dependencies, like
pygments, if you don't already have them.
When your changes are ready, just commit them and push back up to github:
git commit git push
That's it! GitHub runs Jekyll as part of their GitHub Pages service, and will generate the static version of the site and mount it at the appropriate URL(s).
The content of this site is available under the MIT license. HTML and CSS derive from MIT-licensed originals; thanks, Tom Preston-Warner.