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The documentation for Plume, available at docs.joinplu.me.
- Crowdin CLI v3 if you build translations
- Netlify CLI if you deploy
Install RubyGems including middleman:
bundle config set --local path vendor/bundle bundle install
bundle exec middleman
, visit http://localhost:4567/, and then you can see documentation site.
Edit files under
source directory and reload your browser, then you see updated content. But this site doesn't include translations. If you want to include translated pages, see next section.
After editing, create a pull request.
Building site with translation integration
If you want to build site with translations, you need set up Crowdin CLI.
bundle exec rake build_site
and then the site with translations is built under
build directory. You can see the site using one-liner server such as
ruby -run -e httpd build
or web server such as Caddy.
Updating translation strings
When you add and/or modify strings from current sources, you may want to translate them. To do so, updated contents need to be uploaded to Crowdin. Run
bundle exec rake crowdin:upload
then you can translate strings at Crowdin.
Building translation site
When you build site for https://translate.docs.joinplu.me/, run
bundle exec rake build_trans
then the site is built under
You need Netlify CLI if you deploy site.
bundle exec rake deploy
then you can see updated site at https://docs.joinplu.me/.
Deploying translation site
bundle exec rake deploy_trans
and then you can see updated translation site at https://translate.docs.joinplu.me/.