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README.md

Ruffle website

The Ruffle website uses Jekyll. It is visible at https://ruffle.rs/

To test it locally, you should clone the repository (git clone https://github.com/ruffle-rs/ruffle-rs.github.io.git). If you plan to create a pull request, you should instead fork the repository, then clone the forked repository. Either way, you should then install all the pre-requisites for your system as described in https://jekyllrb.com/docs/installation/. You should install a 2.7.x version of Ruby, as some of the gems used are incompatible with version 3+.

Then, navigate to the directory where you cloned the repositiory and run:

  • gem install jekyll bundler
  • bundle exec jekyll serve

If you are told you are missing gems when bundling, run bundle install and then re-run bundle exec jekyll serve. If everything worked properly, a copy of the website should be up and running at http://localhost:4000 and any changes you make to the code should appear there.