gulp-gh-pages - A gulp 4 plugin to publish contents to Github pages

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Use npm. Define a deploy task in your gulpfile.js (as below) which can be used to push to gh-pages going forward.

https://pages.github.com/
https://github.com/shinnn/gulp-gh-pages

Dependencies:

fancy-log : ^1.3.2
gift : ^0.10.2
inspect-with-kind : ^1.0.4
plugin-error : ^1.0.1
rimraf : ^2.6.2
vinyl : ^2.2.0
vinyl-fs : ^3.0.3

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