This page can be read in the following languages:
This documentary system is also Open Source.
This means that you can contribute as far as the documentation is concerned, whether you encounter communication errors, or start writing the documentation in a new language. As we always say as you see it more convenient to contribute.
This documentation has been created with the Mkdocs tool and the Material for MkDocs template.
To contribute to the documentation of the project, the first thing we must do is have the documentary project installed on our computer, following the steps in the Rules section until we have made a clone of the repository on our computer.
In order to run this documentation on our computer we must follow the following steps:
To perform the installation you need to have Python installed on your Mac. In case you don't have it installed, you can see how it is installed in the following website: https://www.python.org/
- Install Mkdocs
$ pip install mkdocs
- Install Material for MkDocs
$ pip install mkdocs-material
The documentation is written in different languages.
Language availability is defined by the mkdocs-xx.yml files.
In the event that we want to work with the Spanish language we must do the following:
$ rm mkdocs.yml $ ln -s mkdocs-es.yml mkdocs.yml
In the event that we want to work with the English language we must do the following:
$ rm mkdocs.yml $ ln -s mkdocs-en.yml mkdocs.yml
To start the documentary web on our computer we only need to run the following command:
$ mkdocs serve
Now we can access the documentation from our browser through the address: http://127.0.0.1:8000
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