BEWARE ALPHA SOFTWARE!
I use this library for my own website w/o problems, but it has not been tested with different setups yet, and is not complete. Use at your own risk. That said, the source code is rather brief, so you can review easily and decide for yourself.
Makas generates websites from a tree of Textile files. It does not try to deduce any meaning from the structure of that tree (i.e. where files are in the directory hierarchy), but can generate a blog from a directory of files named a certain way, if enabled. See this example for how that can be done. Multiple blogs, RSS feed generation and copying over static files are supported.
Documentation is TBD as this was just extracted from my own personal blog. But in the meantime the example files can be used to make a working website.
Please open an issue or mail me a patch. Document your changes accurately and completely, and write nicely formatted, readable, elegant, and carefully produced code.
Copyright (C) 2017-2019 Göktuğ Kayaalp <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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