Front pages for supercollider
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Latest commit a5863fa Dec 7, 2017 @brianlheim brianlheim Merge pull request #109 from supercollider/downloads-icons
Downloads page: use dots instead of icons
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_includes Downloads page: use dots instead of icons Dec 5, 2017
_layouts Slightly restrict width; 120px was a bit too much Jan 12, 2017
_posts Announce 3.8.0 Nov 6, 2016
community clients page: update link Aug 2, 2017
contributing Small fixes Sep 28, 2017
css download: reorder download links for clarity Jul 31, 2016
development Merge pull request #105 from supercollider/redFrik-patch-2 Oct 23, 2017
examples format the example as it originally was formatted Nov 9, 2016
images store thumbnails of all prev symposia locally, for posterity Oct 13, 2013
js add highlight.js yes on top of jekyll's pygment processing; Apr 6, 2013
sc140_files Add the files accompanying the sc140 page Apr 9, 2015
script Add travis and update Gemfile May 2, 2016
tutorials fixed some broken links, added a few tutorials, wording fixes Oct 13, 2017
.gitignore gitignore more Apr 5, 2013
.travis.yml Add travis and update Gemfile May 2, 2016
404.html initial import : empty site Mar 19, 2013
Gemfile Add travis and update Gemfile May 2, 2016 jekyll commands have changed Dec 4, 2013
Rakefile update jekyll command for new jekyll Jan 24, 2014
_config.yml Revert to rouge highlighter to avoid warning May 2, 2016
archive.html links to Atom/RSS feed Apr 21, 2013
atom.xml fix jekyll build warning May 5, 2016
categories.html add posts category page Apr 21, 2013 remove old sourceforge link Jun 5, 2016
favicon.ico new CSS and favicon.ico Apr 5, 2013 replace gitter badge with slack badge Aug 2, 2017
pages.html wiki pages index: order the categories and pages within Apr 21, 2013

Front pages for supercollider


Clone this repository:

git clone git://

To view these pages locally, you must install jekyll using the Ruby Gem package manager.
You will need Ruby Gems of course.

First install the standard bundler gem which reads Gemfiles and install isolated gems for a project:

gem install bundler

and then from the directory run:

bundle install

which will use the Gemfile found in that directory and will install an isolated copy of github-pages in that directory.

Now run jekyll:

jekyll serve --watch


jekyll help

Then, in your browser: