jkl
It just lacks Bitbucket support, but maybe I'll find the time to submit a PR for it one day. :-)
robotchaos
@jkl, please forgive me but I don't understand the meaning of your post. Could you please elaborate?
jkl
The first, longish list only lists GitHub stars but not Bitbucket stars, although some (including mine) are on Bitbucket. That'll need a code improvement on the website. :-)
robotchaos
I gotcha. Sorry, not so good at discerning from context alone.

Anyhow, pretty interested in blogcpp. I'll grab it later on and test it out :)
jkl
Great! If anything's missing: I probably know (see the roadmap). :-)
renken
I wonder if there is a minimalistic static blog generator that I can use with basic HTML/markdown files while adding a simple css file that I've made to it, Jekyll and all modern gen seem too much for me and my 2 posts.
acg
(17-02-2018, 12:15 AM)renken Wrote: I wonder if there is a minimalistic static blog generator that I can use with basic HTML/markdown files while adding a simple css file that I've made to it, Jekyll and all modern gen seem too much for me and my 2 posts.

If that's it, you're probably better off writing your own script with Pandoc or something similar.
zge
I use a mix of zodiac[0] and lowdown[1], and it works for the most part. The main thing for me is the leanness of the setup, it's just a shell script with some awk + an external (and rather fast) markdown parser. Sadly it's not quite what I want, the whole setup is rather "unstable"? I can't quite find the words, but I guess that anyone who reads into zodiac would get the feeling. Can anyone recommend something that goes in this direction (for example letting me use my own markdown parser) while being overall a bit more "coherent"?

[0]: https://github.com/nuex/zodiac
[1]: https://kristaps.bsd.lv/lowdown/
strang3quark
I made my blog platform in PHP, it's really simple, the website pages go on the "pages" directory, the styling in the "template" directory and the articles in the "articles" directory.

The articles are written in Markdown and the "platform" translates it in proper HTML, the RSS is also automatically generated.

The source code is here: https://github.com/strang3quark/strang3quark-website




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