My sister needed a simple Web page to add Wedding information upon. The options sucked, so I wrote this.
Very low SLOC. Suck less inspired.
Editing a page on the Web is accomplished by appending /edit to the URL.
You can also edit the
*.mdwn directly on the filesystem. Just run
make in the top level directory when done.
First HTML comment becomes the page title.
There is a simple text area to edit the style.css and an ability to upload files.
First to /edit gets a random secret cookie id for authorising edits on the wiki. To give or restore edit rights, share the cookie like so:
echo http://$vhost/edit/?wordsister=$(ls cookies/)
Optional: Edit the site remotely via git
cat <<HERE > .git/hooks/post-receive #!/bin/sh export GIT_WORK_TREE=$(dirname $(pwd)) if ! git diff --quiet then echo WORDSISTER on $GIT_WORK_TREE: Local changes detected. Will NOT be running make! echo WORDSISTER: Commit them on the remote host and git pull to do a merge. exit 1 fi git checkout -f master cd .. make HERE chmod +x .git/hooks/post-receive git config receive.denyCurrentBranch ignore
On your local machine, you should be able to
git clone $vhost:/srv/www/$vhost, make edits and
git push back to the remote.
How to upgrade Word sister to latest upstream
git pull https://github.com/kaihendry/wordsister