+ [2017-01-14T16:30:54Z] travis-ci jekyll/classifier-reborn#298 The build passed. https://travis-ci.org/jekyll/classifier-reborn/builds/191934826
+ [2017-01-14T16:32:36Z] elliy parsnip: they are the same as the ones in the link. Maybe I'll write my full query later + share my repo. (After checking the channel rules) sorry, I know it's a very vague set of questions.
+ [2017-01-14T16:36:09Z] parsnip if only the stuff at site, maybe a git command does it, or travis command (I've never used), or maybe you're in wrong directory?
+ [2017-01-14T16:37:41Z] parsnip and you say "when I run the scripts", but I wonder if you can describe the last one and those leading up to the moment of overwrite
+ [2017-01-14T20:17:47Z] elliy parsnip: yeah it's probably a combination of a git command and a wrong directory, which is why I was only seeking general advice/guidance. I'll dissect the problem myself in the meantime, unless I find specific questions. Thanks!

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Posted by elliy in #jekyll at 2017-01-14T15:12:46Z

Hi all, I'm a newbie looking for some advice regarding using Travis CI and Jekyll. I've been following this guide (https://kjaer.io/travis/) but I can't seem to understand which files go into which folder. Otherwise, I sort of understand how the process is supposed to work.
+ [2017-01-15T01:31:22Z] singh hello
+ [2017-01-15T01:31:45Z] singh is there any1 who can help me?
+ [2017-01-15T01:32:03Z] singh i'm unable 2 compile sass into css
+ [2017-01-15T01:32:29Z] desnudopenguino can you provide some context? what errors are you getting?