POOJA YADAV commented on CAMEL-14709:


I am Pooja , an outreachy applicant. I am interested to contribute in Apache 
camel website. Since all good first issues are taken up, [~zregvart] can u help 
me to get started. 

> Make sure that the website can be built in Windows
> --------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: CAMEL-14709
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CAMEL-14709
>             Project: Camel
>          Issue Type: Task
>          Components: website
>            Reporter: Zoran Regvart
>            Priority: Major
>              Labels: help-wanted
> Right now we [run the hugo 
> build|https://github.com/apache/camel-website/blob/21dbd4d74b5f0270a697e8de300eeff30dca14dd/package.json#L6]
>  from a npm/yarn script.
> This includes the {{--cacheDir}} parameter which specifies where Hugo puts 
> cached data, e.g. data fetched via {{getJSON}}.
> When we build the website on the build server we wish to take advantage of 
> previously cached data, and to do that we [set the {{HUGO_CACHE_DIR}} 
> environment 
> variable|https://github.com/apache/camel-website/blob/21dbd4d74b5f0270a697e8de300eeff30dca14dd/Jenkinsfile#L41].
> The shell interpolation used: {{${HUGO_CACHE_DIR:-$(pwd)/.hugo_data}}} makes 
> sure that if {{HUGO_CACHE_DIR}} is not defined {{.hugo_data}} in current 
> directory is used instead.
> This doesn't work on Windows as it relies on Unix shell variable 
> interpolation.
> We need a solution that has the same functionality, i.e. we can specify the 
> cache directory via {{HUGO_CACHE_DIR}} environment variable and if the 
> {{HUGO_CACHE_DIR}} variable is not set use {{.hugo_data}} in current 
> directory, but works on both Unix and Windows systems.
> I think there could be a way to use some cross platform npm packages to do 
> this intended to be used in scripts; or we could create a helper JavaScript 
> file for this and invoke hugo binary from it.

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