Thanks I’ll see what I can find. I appreciate you trying to help, I do but I’m finding online help to be a bit odd. I normally don’t search for online help I just don’t do things if I can’t figure it out.
What I am finding odd is that if I join a Python channel to learn Python once I tell them I use PyCharm they tell me it’s inferior use Vim. If I tell them I’m programming in 2.7.x then they tell me that Python 3 was released a long time ago, everything is updated now, and that 2.7 will be phased out by 2020 (or something like that) and then they link me to a meme with expletives that basically tells me to upgrade, but emphasizes that I am an idiot for staying with 2.7 and that I need to upgrade. So in the end instead of finding a learning environment all I got was someones opinion of what I should do.
People know of the golden rule, treat others as you want to be treated. Well I’m not doing that very well because I’m frustrated. So I am being a little difficult if not sarcastic with my questions. However, I am human. It just doesn’t make me a bad person to be frustrated trying to start with no knowledge of something and teach myself how to use it and the only way is to repeatedly upload to GitHub.
I like the platinum rule a bit more, and I’m not following it either much to my disappointment with myself. The platinum rule is treat others the way they want to be treated. So, getting all this set up by making accounts on websites I am unfamiliar with, or downloading programs from sources I am unfamiliar with just doesn’t work for me.
If GitHub uses jekyll to host their gh-pages then there should be an easy install from a fairly well known source that with one installer that sets up what I need. I work on projects that don’t include MS binaries or other binaries from other sources and I usually don’t pack them but the installer does automatically download them. So in the end it’s user friendly and sets up what they need, with one simple easy to use installer.