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Merge remote-tracking branch 'stone/config'

Incorporate fixes and features from stone
  - Switch to Go1 support
  - Switch config to JSON, remove old config
  - Add flags

Add Url value to page object

Change "template" directory name to "source", more accurately
represents what the directory is. Template is confusing.

Remove generated files, no need to be in repo

Switch blackfriday library to fork which works with Go1

Conflicts:
	README.md
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2 parents aebc71e + 6467540 commit 2468e0a1f08a8e335c2bc19c1ea1c0d07572c77d @mkaz committed Mar 2, 2012
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## Hastie - Static Site Generator in Go
-Author : Marcus Kazmierczak
- http://mkaz.com/
+Author :
+
+ - Marcus Kazmierczak, http://mkaz.com/
+ - Fredrik Steen, http://github.com/stone
Started: Feb 13, 2012
Project: https://github.com/mkaz/hastie
-
Hastie is intended as replacement of jekyll (for myself), but jekyll has a robust plugin, extensibility and community that I do not expect to even attempt. If you are looking for a flexible tool to publish your site use jekyll.
If you are looking for a tool to tweek and play with the Go language, then this might be your choice. Most customizations will probably require code changes. The reason I created the tool was to learn Go, I'm publishing to hopefully help others with playing with the language.
@@ -18,27 +18,36 @@ Note: The name Hastie also comes from the novel Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
## Install Notes
-You need Go binaries already installed see: http://golang.org/doc/install.html
+Untill Go v1.0 is released you need to install Go Weekly: <http://golang.org/doc/install.html#fetch>
-For my Mac I use homebrew, so it was simply a matter of: `brew install go`
+ $ cd $HOME
+ $ hg clone -u weekly https://go.googlecode.com/hg/ go
+ $ cd $HOME/go/src; ./all.bash
+ $ echo "GOROOT=$HOME/go" >> $HOME/.bashrc
-For my Linux environments I use a Debian variant so you can install with: `apt-get install golang`
#### Libraries
-Uses **blackfriday** for markdown conversion. `goinstall github.com/russross/blackfriday`
+Uses **blackfriday** for markdown conversion. `go get github.com/russross/blackfriday`
-Uses **goconf** for reading configuration file `goinstall goconf.googlecode.com/hg`
-If the above does not work for gconf, try
+--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+## Usage
- cd $GOROOT/src/pkg/goconf/googlecode.com/hg
- gomake install`
+ usage: hastie [flags]
+ -c="hastie.json": Config file
+ -h=false: show this help
+ -v=false: verbose output
+Configuration file format (default ./hastie.json)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+ {
+ "TemplateDir": "posts",
+ "LayoutDir": "layouts",
+ "PublishDir": "public"
+ }
-## Usage
Hastie walks through a templates directory and generates HTML files to a publish directory. It uses Go's template language for templates and markdown for content.
@@ -67,7 +76,6 @@ A few current limitations:
* all files must be have .md extension
* sub-directories are only one level deep
-
The usage of hastie is just as a template engine, it does not copy over any images, does not have a built-in web server or any of the other features that jekyll has.
I keep the `public` directory full with all of the assets for the site such as images, stylesheets, etc and hastie copies in the html files. So if you delete a template it won't be removed from `public`
@@ -96,16 +104,30 @@ Data available to templates:
* Read .html files and apply template, no markdown
* Add ability to support rss.xml
-* Command Line Arguments (--verbose, --help)
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### CHANGE LOG
-ver 0.2
-* In config, renamed `template_dir` to `source` This more accurately describes the directory, what I was thinking was templates to be expanded are really the source files for the site.
-* Added Url parameter to templates
+ver 0.3
+
+ * Merged Fredrik Steen changes in github.com/stone/hastie
+
+ * Switched config to json format
+ - removed dependency on old config
+
+ * Moved to Go1 support
+
+
+
+
+ver 0.2 (unreleased)
+
+ * In config, renamed `template_dir` to `source` This more accurately describes the directory, what I was thinking was templates to be expanded are really the source files for the site.
+
+ * Added Url parameter to templates
+
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