The sbt-site plugin has direct support for running Jekyll. This is useful for supporting custom Jekyll plugins that are not allowed when publishing to GitHub, or hosting a Jekyll site on your own server. To add Jekyll support, enable the associated plugin:
This assumes you have a Jekyll project in the
src/jekyll directory. To change this, set the key
sourceDirectory in the
sourceDirectory in Jekyll := sourceDirectory.value / "hyde"
To redirect the output to a subdirectory of
target/site, use the
siteSubdirName key in
// Puts output in `target/site/notJekyllButHyde` siteSubdirName in Jekyll := "notJekyllButHyde"
One common issue with Jekyll is ensuring that everyone uses the same version for generating a website. There is special support for ensuring the version of gems. To do so, add the following to your
requiredGems := Map( "jekyll" -> "2.5.3", "liquid" -> "2.3.0" )