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bekar

bekar is a command line static web-page generator. It means Useless in some language, hoping it doesn’t become so. This is inspired from git, jekyll, skf and wswsh.

If you are asking why again static web-page generator then this might not be for you. It aims to integrate org-mode and command-line, for generating a very simple static page. Since, there are many implementation which I found were either really complex, really simple and dull or requires extensive lisp or ruby hacking which is kinda not my thing.

THIS IS THE IDEA SKETCH

Still UNDER DEVELOPMENT, GENERATOR DOESN’T WORK

YOU ARE WELCOMED TO HELP

Setting up

configure can automatically check what you are missing.

Dependencies

  • emacs : org-mode
  • bash : GNU sed, GNU awk
  • markdown

Install

TIP: see make recipes for alternatives.

$ git clone https://github.com/rhoit/bekar-static-gen
$ cd bekar-static-gen
$ ./configure | bash
$ ./configure
$ make
$ sudo make install

How to Use

Features are still under development… The following shows the architecture and design for now.

$ bekar --help
bekar - A Static Page CLI Generator
 Usage: bekar <command> [OPTION(s)] [<args>]
        -c | --credits  Say hello to developers
        -h | --help     Display this message
 Commands:
     init    [PATH]     Create static pages source directory
     clone   [URL|PATH] Clone a templates.
     add     [FILE(s)]  Add the page to generation list
     rm      [FILE(s)]  Remove the page from generation list
     gen     [FILE(s)]  Generate a static page
     status             Show current status
     git                Integration with git
     version            Show version information

Getting Started

First initialize the generator to the directory.

$ bekar clone sample # skip it, if you want to set existing directory
$ cd sample
$ bekar init         # don't forget too see --help
$ bekar add .        # add files to generation list
$ bekar gen

Hacking

You might want to link it first, so changes can reflect directly without re-installation.

$ sudo make link

See src/README.org for more information.