YASG is Yet Another Site Generator. It's implemented in Rust as a command line interface (CLI).
Since Rust comes with a good package manager called Cargo it is best to use it to install YASG as well. Obviously, if you did not do it yet, you need to install Rust by entering the following command in your shell.
curl https://sh.rustup.rs -sSf | sh
For more information about installing Rust you can visit the Getting Started page of the official Rust website.
If you already have Rust installed you might want to update it to the last version by executing the following commands.
rustup self update rustup update
This will make sure you have the latest version of Rust and Cargo.
Now you are ready to install YASG by entering the following command.
cargo install yasg
TODO write usage documentation.
YASG is released under a MIT License
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