A static web site generator, able to handle blog posts as well as regular pages.
Description

In one sentence, Stog is a kind of Jekyll in OCaml: It is a static web site generator, able to handle blog posts as well as regular pages.

The main differences are:

  • It is developped in OCaml and can be extended with OCaml plugins.
  • It is based on a xml engine allowing to apply substitutions on some tags. Some substitutions are pre-defined, and others can be added by plugins.
  • It easily supports multi-language sites.
Install
Last Published
18 May 2014
Authors
Maintainers
Sources
stog-0.12.0.tar.gz
md5=1e4d8686da2d20ce17da714f36aaa06a
Dependencies
higlo >= "0.3"
ocamlnet >= "3.6" & != "4.1.9"
config-file >= "1.2"
xtmpl >= "0.9" & < "0.13.0"
xmlm >= "1.1"
ocaml >= "4.01.0" & < "4.02.0"
Reverse Dependencies
stog-rdf = "0.11.0"
stog-writing = "0.12.0"