The markdown files in this repo are parsed by a toolchain to generate the HTML files for Computer Archeology.
Even pure disassembly code benefits from markdown discussion sections. Everything the toolchain processes is thus markdown.
The markdown is also standard github flavor allowing files to be viewed there without the fancy HTML linking.
py -m computerarcheology.carender.app py -m counpterarcheology.carender.development_server
This repository contains the content and tools to generate my Computer Archeology website.
It also contains the archeology tools (disassemblers, assemblers, formatters, etc).
The "art" directory contains images for the READMEs here.
The "content" directory contains the raw files that make up the Computer Archeology website. This is the meat of the project.
The "oldjavasrc" directory contains assemblers and disassemblers and various older tools that need translating to Python.
The "pysrc" directory contains the Python source files. You should run command line tools with this as your current working directory.
Once you have cloned the project open a command line to the "pysrc" directory.
This command creates a "deploy" directory. This is a local copy of the webserver root directory.
This command starts a local web server. Point your browser to "localhost:8080".
All of the content is in github markdown. The process is described in markdownstyle.md.
My web server should watch this repo and automatically reploy when changes are made.