After making documentation changes, it is best to visualize those changes to check that the documentation is still generating correctly and readable.
This is pretty simple.
You need to make sure Hugo is installed:
brew install hugo
Then run the hugo server:
cd doc/src/hugo hugo server --disableFastRender -D
--disableFastRender means that hugo won’t cache results but read from
source on each request. The
-D option instructs to load all pages, even
the ones marked as drafts.
To view the site in your browser:
Note that if that port is busy, hugo may use another one. It will print out the URL it used so you should just be able to click on it from your terminal window.
You can continue editing while the server is running. This allows you to validate your work on the markdown files visually in the browser. Whenever you change a markdown file, Hugo will notice and reload the browser page automatically if the viewed markdown page changed.