Jek.el is a static website generator written in emacs lisp. As the name of the project suggests, the functionality of jek.el is inspired by the famous static website generator Jekyll which is written in Ruby.
- simple configuration via `defjekel` macro
- basic blogging features
- optional integration of disqus as commenting engine
- layout support via markup.el
- predefined publishing functions for
- less css
- sass/scss css
- markup.el documents
Yet to come…
Copyright (c) 2012 Arthur Leonard Andersen
Author: Arthur Leonard Andersen <email@example.com> URL: http://github.com/leoc/jek.el Version: 1.0.0 Keywords: Convenience, Markup, HTML
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