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docsify: Initialize a new documentation in the specified directory.
$ docsify init ${path-to-directory}
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The command "docsify init ${path-to-directory}" is a command used to initialize a new docsify documentation project in a specified directory. Here's how the command breaks down: - "docsify" refers to the docsify tool, which is a lightweight documentation generator for creating beautiful and easy-to-navigate documentation sites. - "init" is a command within docsify that initializes a new docsify project. - "${path-to-directory}" is a placeholder for the path to the directory where you want to create the docsify project. You need to replace this placeholder with the actual path to the desired directory. Putting it all together, when you execute the "docsify init ${path-to-directory}" command, docsify will create the necessary files and directory structure for a new docsify project in the specified directory.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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