Making changes to the website is done with the following steps.
src/to a fork and branch, and create a pull request
To test changes before committing, it is a requirement that you build the website locally. Building the Apache Cassandra website takes a number of steps. To make things easier we have provided a Docker container which can build the full website in two simple commands and have it ready to commit via git. If you are interested in the process head over to the README in src directory.
To build and run the Docker container you will need
Docker version 220.127.116.11 or greater. If you need a copy of the site code you will need
git as well.
If you need a copy of the site code run this command:
$ git clone https://github.com/apache/cassandra-website.git $ cd ./cassandra-website
To build the website run the following commands from within the
./cassandra-website directory (assuming you used the above clone command):
$ docker-compose build cassandra-website $ docker-compose run cassandra-website
:warning: Tip: In order to prevent root-owned modified files in your repository, the container user,
build, is set up with a default UID=1000:GID=1000, which is usually the first user configured on a linux machine. If your local user is different you should set up the container user with your local host user's UID:GID, replace the above with:
$ docker-compose build --build-arg UID=$(id -u) --build-arg GID=$(id -g) cassandra-website $ docker-compose run cassandra-website
Go make yourself a cup of coffee, this will take a while...
Once building has completed, the site content will be in the
./cassandra-website/content directory ready to be tested.
The fastest way to preview the site is to run the following:
$ docker-compose up preview
Then view the site on http://localhost:8000
If you want to preview the site as you are editing it run this command:
$ docker-compose build cassandra-website $ docker-compose up cassandra-website-serve
For information about the site layout see the Layout section of README in the src directory.
cassandra-website job on ci-cassandra.apache.org performs the following steps to CD master builds to cassandra.staged.apache.org
git checkout asf-staging git reset --hard origin/master docker-compose build --build-arg UID=$(id -u) --build-arg GID=$(id -g) cassandra-website docker-compose run cassandra-website #git status git add content/ src/doc/ git commit -a -m "generate docs for $(git rev-parse --short HEAD)" #git show --stat HEAD git push -f origin asf-staging
Updating the main website, after verifying the staged website, involves copying the
asf-staging branch to
asf-site. A normal git merge is not used, because the
asf-staging is forced updated after each ci-cassandra.apache.org build. Instead make live the staged website by copying the
asf-staging to the
git fetch origin git switch asf-site git reset --hard origin/asf-staging git push -f origin asf-site