This contains sample files to build a static file website with redo. It is a test to see if these ideas are feasible.
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This is a set of do files, intended to provide a jumping off point for a website. It takes a series of .mime files and at the other end spits out sorted, tagged, templated static files based on the .mime files. As its engine it uses redo, which is a build-system. (https://github.com/apenwarr/redo) This means it should only build what is necessary to be built. If you don't have redo, you can check the above source to get it, or to get a minimal script that builds everything every time. It still, though, builds it all properly. One can try it out by executing: redo deploy This should build the example files, run them through bad templating, and populate the end directories with stuff.