Static website generation

Anyone have a static site generation tool to recommend? I’m looking at
webgen, which seems pretty good, but if there are other nice ones out
there I’d like to spend a few days comparing them before diving in.

martin

On 7/10/06, Martin DeMello [email protected] wrote:

Anyone have a static site generation tool to recommend? I’m looking at
webgen, which seems pretty good, but if there are other nice ones out
there I’d like to spend a few days comparing them before diving in.

martin

I just write all my source in [Markdown][1] (processing it with
[BlueCloth][2]) and have a little script rummage through them
processing the ones that are newer than their generated html
counterparts. Actually, I should probably be using rake for that, but
am doing it manually at the moment.

—John

On 7/10/06, John G. [email protected] wrote:

counterparts. Actually, I should probably be using rake for that, but
am doing it manually at the moment.

—John

Gah!

On 7/10/06, John G. [email protected] wrote:

counterparts. Actually, I should probably be using rake for that, but
am doing it manually at the moment.

Thanks John; I did consider that sort of approach, but this is a
rather large site, so I’m looking for something that will give me a
bit more of a “helping hand” in terms of standardised navigation,
central configuration of repeated elements, etc.

martin

Martin DeMello wrote:

rather large site, so I’m looking for something that will give me a
bit more of a “helping hand” in terms of standardised navigation,
central configuration of repeated elements, etc.

Never used it but…

http://www.zenspider.com/ZSS/Products/ZenWeb/

I’ll be curious know what you end up with.

On 7/11/06, Joel VanderWerf [email protected] wrote:

Martin DeMello wrote:

rather large site, so I’m looking for something that will give me a
bit more of a “helping hand” in terms of standardised navigation,
central configuration of repeated elements, etc.

Never used it but…

http://www.zenspider.com/ZSS/Products/ZenWeb/

I’ll be curious know what you end up with.

Thanks - will give it a spin too!

martin

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