~stormdragon2976/bashtml

e83d55d7e3b5856d9ab8dac9e381b202b9fc2950 — Storm Dragon 10 months ago 1f459e4
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- No installation required. Download `bashtml.sh` and start blogging.
- Zero dependencies. It runs just on base utils (`date`, `basename`, `grep`, `sed`, `head`, etc)
- GNU/Linux and possibly BSD and OSX compatible.
- All content is static. You only need shell access to a machine with a public web folder.
  *Tip: advanced users could mount a remote public folder via `ftpfs` and run this script locally*
- All content is static. Create content on the server, or locally and sync to the server easily with the sync plugin.
- Allows drafts, includes a simple but clean stylesheet, generates the RSS file automatically.
- Support for tags/categories
- Support for Markdown, Disqus comments, Twitter, Feedburner, Google Analytics.
- Support for Markdown, Feedburner, Google Analytics.
- Optional powerful plugin system.
  Drop your plugins into a directory called plugins, or for system wide, /usr/share/bashtml/plugins.



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Plugins
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Simply drop your plugins into a directory called plugins. If you want them available system wide, put them in /usr/share/bashtml/plugins. This is a work in progress, so more documentation is coming soon. Until then, check the bashtml.sh code for details.
Simply drop your plugins into a directory called plugins. If you want them available system wide, put them in /usr/share/bashtml/plugins. This is a work in progress, so more documentation is coming soon. Until then, check the bashtml.sh code for details. A plugin repository is available at [https://gitlab.com/stormdragon2976/bashtml-plugins]([https://gitlab.com/stormdragon2976/bashtml-plugins).

*Features*