Static website CMS
preaction drop support for Perl 5.10 and 5.12
Mojolicious's use of `length undef` throws warnings under Perl 5.10 and
causes Statocles's tests to fail. The official Mojolicious stance as of this
commit is:

> Note that Perl versions 5.10.x and 5.12.x are known to work very
> poorly with Mojolicious, and we strongly suggest you do not use them, to
> avoid stability and security issues. If it wasn't for a very vocal
> minority within the community we would not support these versions at
> all.

https://mojolicious.org/perldoc/Mojolicious/Guides/FAQ#Which-versions-of-Perl-are-supported-by-Mojolicious

Since Mojolicious is also discouraging 5.12, we might as well bump our
supported version to 5.14 (though 5.20 is where the most interesting and
useful features start appearing).
Latest commit 3e13a90 Oct 22, 2018

README.mkdn

NAME

Statocles - A static site generator

VERSION

version 0.093

STATUS

Coverage Status

SYNOPSIS

# Create a new site
statocles create www.example.com

# Create a new blog post
export EDITOR=vim
statocles blog post

# Build the site
statocles build

# Test the site in a local web browser
statocles daemon

# Deploy the site
statocles deploy

DESCRIPTION

Statocles is an application for building static web pages from a set of plain YAML and Markdown files. It is designed to make it as simple as possible to develop rich web content using basic text-based tools.

FEATURES

ATTRIBUTES

site

The site we're working with.

log

A Mojo::Log object for logging. Defaults to the current site's log attribute.

METHODS

run

my $exitval = $cmd->run( @argv );

Run the command given in @argv. See statocles for a list of commands and options.

GETTING STARTED

To get started with Statocles, consult the Statocles::Help guides.

SEE ALSO

For news and documentation, visit the Statocles website at http://preaction.me/statocles.

AUTHOR

Doug Bell preaction@cpan.org

CONTRIBUTORS

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2016 by Doug Bell.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.