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My WordPress blog (http://blog.zarate.tv/) was hacked (you can read about it here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/116335321298644733410/posts/Twa8esjctBd) so I decided to at least recover the content. Luckily for me I had a recent backup and the DB looked good (no hacky HTML/JS on posts). I could just re-install WP and import the backup, but I can't be bothered with maintaining WP. This is a tool to go from WP's 3.2.1 backup file to a set of static HTML pages following the permalink structure. What it does: * Parses a WP backup XML file and outputs static HTML pages (index + a page per post or page *published*). * Allows for custom HTML template so you can customize a little bit the output. What it doesn't do: * Clean up your DB of dodgy-spamy links (you are royally screwed if this is your case). * Adapt to every single WP permalink structure (it follows the YYYY/MM/DD/post-title structure only). * Give you back your images or other files you hosted yourself. These are not part of the backup, so not much to do here. What it _might_ do: * Native binaries for simpler usage. * Work better with non-English characters in post titles. * Category support. * Comments support. Let me know if you need anything else. To compile simple call compile.sh (requires bin folder and XAPI, install by typing haxelib install xapi). Then call neko bin/wpbackup-2-html.n for how to use. Use at your own risk : ) JD