Hello list, (I've been wanting to announce this for a while, but only got around to it now...) nanoc (<http://stoneship.org/software/nanoc/>) is a Ruby CMS that doesn't run on a server, but rather on a local machine. It "compiles" local source files (HTML, Markdown, eRuby, ...) into static output ready for uploading to any web host. Advantages of nanoc include being able to preview the entire site before uploading it, speed (server simply serves static files), security (no server-side code to exploit) and version control (ability to put the entire site in a subversion repository). Install nanoc using rubygems: "gem install nanoc", and read the documentation on the nanoc site at <http://stoneship.org/software/nanoc/>.
on 2007-05-28 12:19
on 2007-05-28 21:40
On May 28, 2007, at 3:19 AM, Denis Defreyne wrote: > http://stoneship.org Denis, this looks great -- it looks to be exactly what I have been looking for to put together a couple page-heavy sites that need a makeover. I'll be trying it out and let you know how it works out for me. -- Craig Beck AIM: kreiggers