|author||Justin Mclean <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sat Oct 08 10:02:18 2016 +1100|
|committer||Luciano Resende <email@example.com>||Thu Oct 20 13:24:09 2016 -0700|
Remove Jekyll as it's not bundled in the release
This project contains a template web site that aims to follow all the various required Apache Website Policies.
This template was generated using Jekyll.
To use it, copy the
site directory into your project. You must also include licensing information from the
NOTICE files in your own project.
(In the following instructions we assume that your project is called ‘Apache Foo’; search and replace with your actual project name.)
1. cd site 2. svn co https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/foo/site target 3. sudo apt-get install rubygems ruby2.1-dev zlib1g-dev 4. sudo gem install bundler github-pages jekyll 5. bundle install
If your project supports javadoc, you can copy the generated javadoc into svn each time you need to re-generate.
1. cd .. 2. mvn -DskipTests site 3. mv target/site/apidocs site/target
Before opening a pull request, you can preview your contributions by running from within the directory:
1. bundle exec jekyll serve 2. Open [http://localhost:4000](http://localhost:4000)
1. cd site/target 2. svn status 3. You'll need to `svn add` any new files 4. svn ci
Within a few minutes, svnpubsub should kick in and you'll be able to see the results at foo.apache.org.
To add a contributor to the project, or to modify existing contributors, edit
site/_data/contributors.yml. The [project members]([http://localhost:4000/community.html#project-members] list will re-generate.