Motyl is an opinionated blog-aware static site generator written in Ruby. It uses Mustache as templating system, and all content is written in Markdown.
For the record, motyl means butterfly in Polish.
- Small and easy to understand codebase
- Minimal dependencies (only three gems)
- Pages and posts written in Markdown
- Templates are logic-less and use Mustache
- Support for multiple categories per post
- Syntax highlighting (using Rouge)
- Customizable URLs (constructed from filename)
- Atom feed generator
Motyl requires the following Ruby modules:
Installing dependencies via gem:
gem install kramdown mustache rouge
Alternatively, those modules can be installed directly via the operating system's package manager.
The 'examples' directory contains a sample site which can be used as a starting point.
Installing a theme
Clone the Chrysalide theme repository
and place it in the
motyl to build the site, it will generate posts and pages into
public directory, and will also copy static assets.
Motyl is released under the BSD 2-Clause license. See
Motyl is developed by Frederic Cambus.
- Site: https://www.cambus.net