Example GitBook website using GitLab Pages.
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# requiring the environment of NodeJS 4.2.2 image: node:4.2.2 # add 'node_modules' to cache for speeding up builds cache: paths: - node_modules/ # Node modules and dependencies before_script: - npm install gitbook-cli -g # install gitbook - gitbook fetch latest # fetch latest stable version #- gitbook fetch pre # fetch latest pre-release version #- gitbook fetch 2.6.7 # fetch specific version # the 'pages' job will deploy and build your site to the 'public' path pages: stage: deploy script: - gitbook build # build to public path artifacts: paths: - public only: - master # this job will affect only the 'master' branch
To work locally with this project, you'll have to follow the steps below:
- Fork, clone or download this project
npm install gitbook-cli -g
- Fetch GitBook's latest stable version
gitbook fetch latest
- Preview your project:
- Add content
- Generate the website:
- Push your changes to the pages branch:
git push origin pages
Read more at GitBook's documentation.
GitLab User or Group Pages
To use this project as your user/group website, you will need one additional
step: just rename your project to
groupname. This can be done by navigating to your
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