You don't need to use it with Rails, but you still need to run
Configuration allows you to specify:
path- path to a folder where your static files are located.
views- path to a views folder used for rendering (Sinatra App).
template- name of a rails template (Rails Engine).
register_harvester(HARVESTER_KLASS)- register a Harvester class used for serving files.
Gem fallbacks to global configuration if custom configuration is not passed to method. You can do this by creating initializer, or calling it on the beginning of your ruby script.
Unfortunately there are three ways to configure
Trifle::Docs. And that depends on the way you plan to use it. Please refer to usage documentation for configuration for your usecase.
Trifle::Docs.configure do |config| config.path = File.join(Rails.root, 'docs') config.templates = File.join(Rails.root, 'app', 'views', 'trifle', 'docs') config.register_harvester(Trifle::Docs::Harvester::Markdown) config.register_harvester(Trifle::Docs::Harvester::File) end
You cannot register harvester once you call
harvester on a configuration. It's gonna raise an exception. You've been warned.