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Apache Arrow Website


Site content is maintained in the main Arrow repository, mostly in markdown format. Jekyll is used to generate HTML files that can then be committed to the arrow-site repository.


With Ruby >= 2.1 installed, run the following commands to install Jekyll.

gem install jekyll bundler
bundle install

If you are planning to publish the website, you must clone the arrow-site git repository. Run this command from the site directory so that asf-site is a subdirectory of site.

git clone --branch=asf-site asf-site

Previewing the site

From the site directory, run the following to generate HTML files and run the web site locally.

bundle exec jekyll serve


After following the above instructions, run the following commands from the site directory:

JEKYLL_ENV=production bundle exec jekyll build
rsync -r build/ asf-site/
cd asf-site
git status

Now git add any new files, then commit everything, and push:

git push

Updating Code Documentation

To update the documentation, run the script ./dev/ This script will run the code documentation tools in a fixed environment.

C (GLib)

First, build Apache Arrow C++ and Apache Arrow GLib.

mkdir -p ../cpp/build
cd ../cpp/build
cmake .. -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=debug
cd ../../c_glib
./configure \
  --with-arrow-cpp-build-dir=$PWD/../cpp/build \
  --with-arrow-cpp-build-type=debug \
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$PWD/../cpp/build/debug make GTK_DOC_V_XREF=": "
rsync -r doc/reference/html/ ../site/asf-site/docs/c_glib/


cd ../js
npm run doc
rsync -r doc/ ../site/asf-site/docs/js

Then add/commit/push from the site/asf-site git checkout.