./www/ruby-jekyll-minima, Beautiful, minimal and default theme for Jekyll

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 2.4.0, Package name: ruby24-jekyll-minima-2.4.0, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Minima is a one-size-fits-all Jekyll theme for writers*. It's Jekyll's default
(and first) theme. It's what you get when you run `jekyll new`.


Required to run:
[www/ruby-jekyll-feed] [lang/ruby24-base] [www/ruby-jekyll-seo-tag]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 21260d691e4678a3d070a8c08470753c5f0234fb
RMD160: e366b8a9d73213406b569903de07811c8642235f
Filesize: 18.5 KB

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   2018-03-13 18:44:07 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
www/ruby-jekyll-minima: update to 2.4.0

2.4.0					2018/3/10

Minor Enhancements

* Add better system fonts (#205)
* Remove whitespace due to Liquid tags in generated HTML (#202)
* Adding Mastodon to the social networks (#198)

Bug Fixes

* social icons should resolve baseurl properly (#201)
* fix: styling main element in IE 11 (#199)

Documentation

* Improve thw wording in index.md (#175)
* Update config description comment (#203)

2.3.0					2018/01/30

* Add option to show excerpts on the homepage (#90)
* Handle RSS feed with jekyll-feed (#183)
* Test build with Ruby 2.4 on CI (#184)
* Document how to customize navigation links (#192)

2.2.1					2018/01/27

* Revert social_sites hash for retrocompatibility (#190)

2.2.0					2018/01/24

Minor Enhancements

* handling content outside of posts (#88)
* Add default table styles (#144)
* Add jekyll-seo-tag dependency (#139)
* Add Microformats markup (#160)
* Add more social links (#141)

Documentation

* Docs: clarification about page title (#142)
   2017-04-22 19:09:17 by Takahiro Kambe | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Add minima ruby gem version 2.1.1 to pkgsrc as ruby-jekyll-minima.
This is really part of jekyll.

Minima is a one-size-fits-all Jekyll theme for writers*. It's Jekyll's default
(and first) theme.  It's what you get when you run `jekyll new`.