A simple technical documentation site with markdown files
Easydoc is a tiny web server that publish your documentation written in markdown.
It provides you a file index for browsing, and a full-text search.
It's very basic, and very easy to use and customize.
Once the server is running, simply drops your documentation files written in markdown and with the 'md' extension in the docs folder.
Let's say your file is named 'myfile.md' With a browser, go to [http://localhost/myfile.md]: that's it !
For the markup, just edit the two template files inside the _assets folder:
They are using the mustache templating language. Very easy to use.
Fot rendering customizations, all is in the style.css file.
When launching the server, you can specify your root folder.
Here is the command line documentation of the server:
Usage: ./easydoc [options] Options: -h, --help output usage information -V, --version output the version number -r, --root [docs] Absolute or relative path to the root folder containing static and markdown files. -p, --port  Local port of the created Http server. -h, --host [0.0.0.0] Hostname of the created Http server. --no-cache Disable mustache template caching (for dev purposes)
Yes, plenty ! But i'll enrich it latter ^_^
have fun !