Equiprose is a static website and blog generator built with Node.js.
0.10.0 or greater:
$ [sudo] npm install -g equiprose
Clone the master branch, add the
bin/ folder to your
make install in the project root directory to install dependencies.
Documentation is on the wiki, but below is a sample so you can see how simple it is to use.
$ equiprose -h: prints help.
$ equiprose create [path]: create a website at given path.
$ equiprose build [path]: build the website at given path.
$ equiprose serve [path] [-p port]: start a test server at given port (or 8888 by default).
$ equiprose new <page|post> [path]: create a new page or post for website at given path.
path always refers to a directory containing a
config.yml file. If no
path is provided, the command targets the current directory.
$ equiprose create ~/Desktop/test
$ equiprose serve ~/Desktop/test
http://localhost:8888. That's it. (By the way, pull requests about the new templates are welcomed too).
Clone the sources and run
$ make dev to install all dependencies.
$ make test: runs the tests.
$ make test-cov: runs the coverage.
Refer to the GitHub issues.
Copyright (C) 2013-2014 by Thibault Charbonnier.
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