Jekyll-based repository for the Programming Club website


Source for Jekyll based static-website cum blog for the Programming Club IIT Kanpur. Based off: spaghetti.ga

Test plan

First off, you'll need Ruby. Get gem with your package manager. You should not be installing Jekyll directly, since that's likely to break things. Instead, install bundle with

gem install bundle

Then, execute these in the repo directory:

bundle install --path vendor/bundle
bundler exec jekyll server --port 8080 --host

Here the --path flag is optional to keep your system's packages sane.