Statocles - A static site generator
# 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
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.
- A simple format based on Markdown for editing site content.
- A command-line application for building, deploying, and editing the site.
- A simple daemon to display a test site before it goes live.
- A blogging application with
- RSS and Atom syndication feeds.
- Tags to organize blog posts. Tags have their own custom feeds.
- Crosspost links to direct users to a syndicated blog.
- Post-dated blog posts to appear automatically when the date is passed.
- Customizable themes using the Mojolicious template language.
- A clean default theme using the Skeleton CSS library.
- SEO-friendly features such as sitemaps (sitemap.xml).
- Automatic checking for broken links.
- Syntax highlighting for code and configuration blocks.
- Hooks to add your own plugins and your own custom applications.
To get started with Statocles, consult the Statocles::Help guides.
For news and documentation, visit the Statocles website at http://preaction.me/statocles.
Doug Bell email@example.com
- Ferenc Erki firstname.lastname@example.org
- Joel Berger email@example.com
- Kent Fredric firstname.lastname@example.org
- Konrad Bucheli email@example.com
- perlancar (@netbook-zenbook-ux305) firstname.lastname@example.org
- tadegenban email@example.com
- Vladimir Lettiev firstname.lastname@example.org
- William Lindley email@example.com
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.