A way to turn markdown into HTML and ebooks
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Words

A super simple publishing system. I assume you like standard UNIX tools. And Markdown. And Amazon S3.

Basically, you write some markdown files, and run make ship. In return, you have some HTML (and optionally an epub/mobi/pdf) on S3. You can then point a domain at it.

Simple is good.

Getting Started.

Check if you've got what it needs:

$ make check

It will tell you what you need installed, and error out if hard requirements can't be found.

Next, build:

$ make

Done! It's that easy.

License

Words is released as Free Software under the AGPLv3. See LICENSE for more details. If that's scary to you, it means that if you modify this code, and share it with others, you have to give them the code, too.

Of course, that's my code, not your writing. You can do whatever you want with that.