pages-gem - A simple Ruby Gem to bootstrap dependencies for setting up and maintaining a local Jekyll environment in sync with GitHub Pages

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A simple Ruby Gem to bootstrap dependencies for setting up and maintaining a local Jekyll environment in sync with GitHub Pages.Important: Make sure you have Bundler > v1.14 by running gem update bundler in your terminal before following the next steps.

http://pages.github.com
https://github.com/github/pages-gem

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