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- Install the latest stable version of Ruby.
- Install Bundler v2.0.1:
gem install bundler -v 2.0.1
- Install the required dependencies:
- Build the website (the output can be found in the
bundle exec jekyll build
- Serve the website locally with live reloading:
bundle exec jekyll serve --incremental --livereload
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