Jekyll setup on Windows
Work in Progress
All these solutions brings a Linux environment on Windows.
I’ve installed Ubuntu 18.04 on WSL1.
From Extensions (CTRL+Shift+X), search and install:
- EditorConfig for VSCode (Official by EditorConfig)
- Liquid (by Νίκος)
- vscode-sfz (by Arne Jokela)
View -> Terminal, then from the Terminal window below, click on
Select Default Shell and set
Git Bash from Git for Windows
You can clone the repository with:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:sfzformat/sfzformat.github.io.git
and open the directory in VSCode, you can also save the current workspace, call
it ‘sfzformat’. It will appear on the file list on the left, grayed after a while
because it’s a
At this point if the current terminal path is set to the sfzformat directory,
we can do the last step by running
./setup.sh, it will install Jekyll
and the needed applications to build the website locally.