jekyll: ruby and versioning. docker should make it simpler
Why write it myself, when Grumbling about Jekyll has been written already. It's some grumbling about the fragile architecture of scripting environments with a shitload of dependencies.
I found this, because I also ran into a problem with
undefined method `deep_merge' for #<Hash:0x0000000277cb38>
This post gave me the clue, that one of the plugins was the problem. It saved me quite some time.
I believe, that because I have jekyll running in it's own docker container, I don't need stuff like rbenv or bundler and as long as I don't update, nothing should break. Right ? Right maybe, I will see.