# _config.yml lsi: true
With only a few posts, this worked fine out of the box.
But recently, I started having second thoughts about whether I wanted to
run a local server because I was unsure whether it was hanging and
as a result I found myself using
CTRL-C more than usual.
To fix this, I needed the classifier-reborn gem to take advantage of
GNU gsl, which appeared in warning messages when I started the
Notice: for 10x faster LSI support, please install http://rb-gsl.rubyforge.org/
Unfortunately, the instructions on http://rb-gsl.rubyforge.org/ didn’t direcly tie back to my Jekyll project, so I had just ignored them. In hindsight, I should have paid more attention to a potential 10x performance improvement.
gsl working on my Mac took me a little longer than expected,
so I wanted to share some quick tips, so you can avoid the same confusion.
$ brew install gsl
And then add the following gems to your
gem "gsl" gem "narray" # This is the gem that I didn't know about
After adding this, the indexing is basically instantenous.
Hope this can help you stay focused on your writing.