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The site is built with *nanoc* and *Bootstrap 3*.
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  * http://www.nanoc.ws
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  * http://getbootstrap.com
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We use haml for templates where it makes sense and mostly markdown for
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content.
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Required Gems:
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  * nanoc
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  * cri
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  * compass
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  * haml
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  * nokogiri // available from Fedora (EPEL?) repository
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  * kramdown 
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  * pry
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  * rainpress
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  * rubypants
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  * sass
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  * susy
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  * systemu
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  * asciidoc // also requires the asciidoc package
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  * adsf // if using 'nanoc view' command
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May be in RPM:
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  * ruby
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  * asciidoc
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  * nokogiri
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## Installing on CentOS 7 as well as F19/20/21:
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sudo yum install ruby asciidoc rubygem-bundler make gcc ruby-devel zlib-devel zlib gcc-c++
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bundle install
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## Using a built container (all platforms):
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Assuming that you have this git repository cloned under /opt/data/git/centos.org : 
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```
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docker pull registry.centos.org/arrfab/nanoc:latest # Download the container
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docker run --rm -v /opt/data/git/centos.org/:/nanoc/:Z registry.centos.org/arrfab/nanoc:latest
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```
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#Site Layout
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  * Template and menu files live in /layouts
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  * Markdown, erb and processed text files live in /content
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  * Static site content such as images and javascript live in /static
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  * The /lib directory contains nanoc helper files used to process the site
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  * Compiled site content exists in /output
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#Building the site
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  * Run 'nanoc' to compile assemble the static site. files from /static, /content, and /layouts will be combined.
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  * You may view the site with 'nanoc view' and then pointing your browser at http://127.0.0.1:3000
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You may compile and view the site live as you make changes using the guard module. To do this, run 'guard init' at the root of the site. 
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This will create a watch file that will serve as list for what files the guard module will keep an eye on. Changes to these files will trigger an automatic rebuild of the site.
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Next run 'nanoc view &', followed by 'guard'
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Now in another terminal, you may make changes to the website content, and it will rebuild as you touch files. 
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#Deploying the site
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Simply run 'nanoc deploy --target=' where the target value is either prod1 or prod2. These targets are defined in the nanoc.yaml file.