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Configuring and running locally

If you're interested in running Your First PR locally, please note that this project uses Jekyll. Jekyll is a blog-aware static site generator written in Ruby, distributed under an Open Source license.

The first step is to clone this repo and go into the folder:

git clone https://github.com/yourfirstpr/yourfirstpr.github.io.git
cd yourfirstpr.github.io

Next, install the dependencies with the Bundler:

bundle

If you haven't got Bundler installed, run the following Ruby command:

gem install bundler

You can now run Jekyll locally, using the following command:

bundle exec jekyll serve

That's it – you're now ready to go! Your local site will be available at http://localhost:4000.

If you want to use another port, you can provide the -P option, like this:

bundle exec jekyll serve -P 4242
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