The gojimmypi gridster-jekyll-theme demo site is a submodule created from a the gojimmypi fork of the ickc Gridster/gridster-jekyll-theme, which itself was a fork from the DigitalMindCH/gridster-jekyll-theme

The gojimmypi preview contains a snapshot history of the original DigitalMindCH/gridster-jekyll-theme, along with ickc changes. This will be th eventual home for testing changes to

test 10:

function Write-Stuff {
    Write-Output $Stuff
Get-Process | Get-Member | Out-Host -Paging

For a new jekyll page, a file called Gemfile is needed in the root, like this:

source ''
gem 'github-pages'

group :jekyll_plugins do
  gem 'jekyll-archives'

To initialize:

bundle install
bundle update github-pages
bundle exec jekyll serve

# see
gem install rouge
gem install rake
gem install rspec
gem install jekyll-paginate

Or better, see the build scripts:


Edit _config.yml

baseurl: /gridster-jekyll-theme #place folder name if site is served in subfolder   

Thanks Aleksandr Hovhannisyan for tips on code segment copy even though I stumbled a bit at first.


bundle update
bundle update kramdown

BareBones New Jekyll Page

 jekyll new .


A message like this means Visual Studio decided to add a Carriage Return, and bash doesn’t like those. See the \r in the invalid option: --drafts\r:

0 $  ./

jekyll 3.9.0 | Error:  Whoops, we can't understand your command.
jekyll 3.9.0 | Error:  invalid option: --drafts
Did you mean?  drafts
jekyll 3.9.0 | Error:  Run your command again with the --help switch to see available options.
Traceback (most recent call last):
        4: from /home/gojimmypi/gems/bin/jekyll:23:in `<main>'
        3: from /home/gojimmypi/gems/bin/jekyll:23:in `load'
        2: from /home/gojimmypi/gems/gems/jekyll-3.9.0/exe/jekyll:15:in `<top (required)>'
        1: from /home/gojimmypi/gems/gems/mercenary-0.3.6/lib/mercenary.rb:19:in `program'
/home/gojimmypi/gems/gems/mercenary-0.3.6/lib/mercenary/program.rb:31:in `go': invalid option: --drafts\r (OptionParser::InvalidOption)
Did you mean?  drafts

To fix:

dos2unix ./

see also: