Well, I’ve been learning a lot from this group, and of course I’ve
working on my first real Ruby project to exercise my new skills, and
I’d like to just let you know that Rote is up to 0.2.4 as of today.
Since my last post about Rote we’ve had a few releases, and I’ve had
great feedback and contributions - Jonathan Paisley has been very
adding those cool features I’d have never of thought of, and Lionel
has been a great help making my documentation useful. Big thanks to both
In case you missed my last announcement, Rote is a simple textual
templating build tool based on Rake that provides a lightweight solution
for building documentation, websites, or anything else using ERB,
plain-text formatting, and layout. Briefly:
* Build complex sectional page-based sites * Apply ruby code to any page or group of pages * Command-line or Rakefile-based build * Last-modified checking on all pages and resources * 'Monitor' functionality - render changed pages automatically * Little or no configuration - Convention throughout.
I feel with this release that Rote is starting to ‘come of age’, and I’d
love to know what others think of it, and any suggestions on how it
be improved. You can find us at:
Thanks for the bandwidth,