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ATTENTION: PieCrust 1.x is deprecated. Please update to PieCrust 2.x. See the official website for details.

PieCrust is a static website generator and lightweight CMS that's all managed with text files. No complex setup, databases, or administrative panels. Simple, beautiful, and yummy.

For more information, along with the complete documentation, visit the official website.

Quickstart

If you want to quickly give it a spin:

bin/chef init mywebsite
cd mywebsite
../bin/chef serve

It should create a new empty site in a mywebsite folder, and then start your default browser to show it to you. Use chef prepare page and chef prepare post to create pages and posts, and edit those in your favorite text editor.

When you're happy, run ../bin/chef bake to generate the final static website, which you'll find in _counter.

Branches

There are 2 branches:

  • default (in mercurial) or master (in git): that's the development branch. Everything in there is the very latest stuff, which means it may be broken, it may have backwards incompatible changes, and probably has secret undocumented features.

  • stable (in mercurial) or git-stable (in git): that's the, well, stable branch. It has all the latest bug-fixes, but new features and breaking changes are only introduced after some time being tested in the main branch. Also, this branch has version tags whenever changes are committed.

Changes

Check out the CHANGELOG file for new features, bug fixes and breaking changes.