These are chat archives for internalfx/quickshot

10th
Apr 2015
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 00:15
back
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 00:24
ok...looks like the domain works
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 00:26
nice!
getting all official and whatnot :+1:
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 00:27
Yeah, its almost like a real project
I guess now we just need more users
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 00:31
can you get nom stats?
*npm
we should just start spamming shopify_theme and themekit
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 00:36
added npm badge to readme
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 00:37
word, i don’t know git well enough to know this, but i wonder how you get it to not compare gh-pages to master like it shows here » http://c.rwh.im/image/3Q0q0o023308
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 00:38
git checkout --orphan gh-pages
git rm -rf .

I used orphan

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4750520/git-branch-gh-pages

Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 00:42
ahh, thank you — i tried something like that earlier but it got wonky on me somehow
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 03:09
@internalfx — Jekyll pretty easy to use?
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:09
maybe....just wrapping my head around it now...
it looks good though
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 03:10
yeah I’ve been reading a few articles here and there about how to use it etc and i was hoping to get to mess around with it today
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:11
do you have ruby installed?
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 03:11
yessir
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:11
pull the gh-pages branch and you will have a basic setup
if you already have bundler...
then you can just run bundle install
then running bundle exec jekyll serve should get you a running server
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 03:19
Ruby errors… will have to debug and figure out what’s going on. But seems straight forward enough once it’s all properly installed (the gems that is).
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:21
do you have xcode installed
it has to compile some native modules
I pushed some basic plumbing...I cleaned out the header and footer..start fresh
its just a bootstrap nav for now
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 03:24
yeah, it just doesn’t want to load http://0.0.0.0:4000/
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:25
try http://quickshot.io/ :smile:
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 03:25
boom!
host: localhost
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:26
At this point its a blank canvas ready for a designers touch
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 03:26
now to find where the CSS folder went… oh the mysteries
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:26
did you get it running?
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 03:28
@internalfx — yeah, i changed it to localhost instead of 0.0.0.0
then i realized that CSS is not loading b/c it’s not there anyways, hah :facepalm:
I guess you can also run jekyll serve —host localhost instead of adding host: localhost to your config file
good to know
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:56
Im getting a handle on this now
happy i found that^
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:56
pull the latest changes, and you will get pages, scss ready to go
I have 2 pages so far
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 03:56
awesome, will give it a try
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:56
i guess you can see it here
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 03:57
this GitHub Pages features is pretty damn neat
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:57
not bad
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 03:57
awesome looking good so far
i was thinking just dump the readme.md into there for now
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 03:58
Thats basically what im doing...just breaking it up into sections
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 04:12

stumbled across this » https://www.gitbook.com/

used to make this » http://sourabhbajaj.com/mac-setup/

Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 04:56
@internalfx — docs are looking good
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 04:56
its a start
quitting for the day
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 04:59
nice — well productive day for sure
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 20:17
@internalfx — think I might have to give this a shot and see if that fixes the sudo issue I’ve had » https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/fixing-npm-permissions
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 20:18
thats basically what I do.
My npm is installed locally in my home folder
so it runs under my user
Winston Hughes
@hughker
Apr 10 2015 20:19
I guess I just tried installing it so long ago and it said you must be su so i just kept doing it
probably best to keep it in my local usr folder tho
Bryan Morris
@internalfx
Apr 10 2015 21:53
@/all ok! the docs site is now ready for a designers touch. If anyone wants to help out please message me