Totoro is a featherweight blog engine for the Alpha-Geek.
- RSS feed
- All the posts are stored on the file system, in Markdown, Textile or HTML
- Simple file-based caching of pages
- Disqus comments are supported in the default theme
- Themeable (includes a simple default theme)
- The markdown pages that are in
pages/<name-of-page>.mdare accessible from /name-of-page
- copy the content of this repository into your document root folder
- modify the content of config.php to suit your needs (author_name, base_url, title, description, etc).
- remove demo posts in posts/, and write your own first post. Don't forget to add a
title in the first line of your post.
You'll also need to name your file using this format:
- make the cache directory writable:
chmod a+w cache/
- (optional) if you wish to have Disqus comments, first create an account on disqus.com. Then paste the 'disqus_shortname' in your config.php.
If you're using TOTORO_ENV in your config.php to detect the current environment, you might want to set the environment in your .htaccess file, like this:
SetEnv TOTORO_ENV production
When you're developing your blog locally, you shouldn't need to set the TOTORO_ENV environment variable.
Also note that Totoro only serve the cached versions of pages/posts when TOTORO_ENV is set to 'production'. With any other value, the cache will be refreshed on each requests.
Totoro is inspired by Toto. Give it a shot, it's pretty cool.