sblg is a utility for creating static
It knits articles together with templates, generating static HTML
files, Atom feeds, and JSON files.
It's built for use with
make-style build environments insofar as a
blog depends upon articles.
Benefits? No "CMS", no CGI, no PHP, no funny-markup, no databases. Just a simple open source tool for pulling data from articles and populating templates. The only dependency is libexpat for parsing article content.
This GitHub repository is a read-only mirror of the main repository, which is held on BSD.lv. I keep it up to date between versions; so if you have issues to report, please do so here.
sblg works out-of-the-box with modern UNIX systems.
Simply download the latest version's source
archive (or download
the project from GitHub), configure with
./configure, compile with
sudo make install (or
doas make install, if you're on
All sources use the ISC (like OpenBSD) license. See the LICENSE.md file for details.