Simple and extensible static site generator powered by Grunt.
Learning about Cabin
To learn about Cabin, check out the Cabin website.
Contributing To Cabin
Cabin's goal is to be a static site generator that encourages designers and developers to make themes and share them with the open source community. We want to make it easy to create and install themes so that theme authors can focus on developing themes, and users can quickly get up and running with their static sites.
Cabin should be usable by everyone who knows how to edit markdown, templates, and css. At the same time, we want to provide support for Grunt power users and evolve with the Grunt ecosystem. As such, we plan on having a minimal default Gruntfile and providing options for power users to scaffold a more advanced Gruntfile.
The recomended way to develop Cabin is to run
npm link in the repo folder to create a symbolic global reference to
cabin. You can then work on bugs/features using the latest code that you author in the repo.
We provide a
debug grunt task to debug Cabin using node-inspector. Once you have node-inspector launched in a separate terminal tab,
grunt debug command and set breakpoints in your browser.
You also debug integration and unit tests using the
grunt debug-test command or the
grunt debug-test-dev command to ignore remote tests for faster debugging.
There are integration tests located in this file which verify that the html files were created as expected, and unit tests in this file which verify the logic implemented in methods is working as expected.
The goal is to test any new features in the integration test file and test any changes to method logic in the unit test file.
0.2.0 - Project wide naming convention standardization, added
--noInstall CLI flag
0.1.8 - Corrected
templateLang flag description, fixed bug with single template engine in cabin.json.
0.1.7 - Added Windows support, preprocessor and template engine CLI flags, and support for additional theme location formats (GitHub URLs).
0.1.6 - Use themes' package.json file to determine the grunt-pages version rather than the gruntPagesVersion property in the cabin.json.
0.1.5 - Have
cabin new download theme's master branch instead of default branch.
0.1.4 - Added
-l flag to test local themes during development. Slimmed down generated Gruntfile.
0.1.3 - Use
0.0.0.0 as hostname for mobile debugging. Removed extra whitespace and connect folder from generated Gruntfile. Added
gruntPagesVersion to cabin.json config.
0.1.2 - Built-in LiveReload functionality added.
0.1.1 - The Gruntfile now copies fonts from the src/styles/fonts folder.
grunt server is now the default task. The Gruntfile template now copys images, vanilla css, and scripts and no longer copies .ico and .htaccess files.
0.0.2 - Use git clone instead of downloading theme zips from GitHub repos.
0.0.1 - Only copy specified file extensions from themes.
0.0.0 - Initial push.
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Copyright (c) 2013 Colin and Christopher Wren
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