The purpose of Nodepaper was strictly to get me writing more. I prefer authoring content as Markdown pages, and really appreciated the preamble-whitespace-content style of Wheat and Scriptogram. Making things even simpler, the feature supported by Nodepaper are the intersection of Wheat and Scriptogram, not the union. As such, there's no multi-author support, no comments, and no "advanced" options like "Slug" in the preamble.
npm install nodepaper --save.
npm startscript to
nodepaperwith the directories from step 3.
For an example project, see the schoonology.com source.
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