I have private project with the documentation sitting in the docs folder.
And the project repro is connected to the local repro folder on my PC.
But I am getting tired of updating the local .md files, pushing the changes and waiting till github republishes the changed content to github.io.
So I would like to run a local jekyll server using my local docs folder (of course using the same theme as the final github pages site)
I have been unable to find doc that particulary covers this case.
So if anybody can point in the right direction that would be very much appreciated.
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GitHub Pages is built on Jekyll, a static site generator written in Ruby. You can follow these instructions (except for the part about generating a new Jekyll site, of course) to get it running on your system and use the `jekyll serve` command to serve the site locally. You may also need to install the gem for whatever theme your Pages site is using.
I hope that helps!