A fork of Heckle, which is a minimal Jekyll clone in node.js.
I like the approach to managing a site taken by Jekyll. A lot.
I don't like Ruby, and I don't like strict logic-less templates.
Jekyll is Ruby with Liquid as the templating engine.
the templating engine.
- Because it is a synonym for Heckle.
- I had difficulties using Octopress and Jekyll for various reasons, all
of which have nothing to do with the quality of these tools but more with
my personal workflow and inability/unwillingness to learn Ruby to deal
with issues that arose. So I ended up looking for something similar written
that could be improved, such as supporting blogs with multiple languages and
I will work on them as time permits.
Don't use Heckle at this point if you want something stable and
finished. It's a work in progress, and may be radically changed or
pitilessly abandoned at any time.
If that didn't scare you off, you should be able to get dependencies
When the dependencies have been installed, you should be able to
change to the directory that contains your blog files, and run...
It parses a
_config.yml and treats
_includes dirs much like Jekyll. Your templates should be in
Mold syntax and read
$arg rather than
page to get