The content of the repository is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Germany. The source code is licensed under the Eclipse Public License 1.0.
We gladly and thankfully accept pull requests to improve the content of our tutorials. See Contributing to this repo for the legal details.
How to build the tutorials
In the root directory the following commands can be used to build different outputs.
// create HTML 5 ./gradlew cH // create PDF ./gradlew cP // create EPub 3 ./gradlew cE // create All (HTML 5, PDF, EPub 3) ./gradlew cA
If these commands are run in the root directory all subprojects will be build.
Single subprojects can be build when navigating into a subproject and for example run
On Windows OS you can use
Create a new tutorial
Create a new project(a sub-directory) in the root directory
Add the new project to the settings.gradle file (
Open new project in terminal and run
../gradlew cTto run the
Publish HTML task for Jenkins
Currently the Jenkins build server is used to copy the HTML tutorials from an '/output' folder to the actual webserver, therefore the publishHtml task can be used to create the HTML Tutorials and copy the HTML tutorials to a '/asciidocOutput' folder.