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Geekdoc is a simple Hugo theme for documentations. It is intentionally designed as a fast and lean theme and may not fit the requirements of complex projects. If a more feature-complete theme is required there are a lot of got alternatives out there. You can find a demo and the full documentation at https://geekdocs.de.
This theme is subject to a CI driven build and release process common for software development. During the release build, all necessary assets are automatically built by gulp and bundled in a release tarball. You can download the latest release from the GitHub release page.
Due to the fact that
gulp is used as pre-processor the theme cannot be used from the master branch by default. If you want to use the theme from a cloned branch instead of a release tarball you'll need to install
gulp locally and run the default pipeline once to create all required assets.
# install required packages from package.json npm install # run gulp pipeline to build required assets npx gulp default
See the Getting Started Guide for details about the different setup options.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details.
The used SVG icons and generated icon fonts are licensed under the license of the respective icon pack: