static site generator written in Ruby
nanoc is a static site generator, fit for building anything from a small personal blog to a large corporate web site. It can transform content from one format (e.g. Haml or Markdown) into another (usually HTML) and lay out pages so that the site's look and feel is consistent across all pages.
Extending nanoc is easy because of its modular architecture. It comes with only a couple of extensions, but allows new functionality to be plugged in quickly and easily.
The target audience of nanoc is Rubyists with some level of Ruby experience.
- IRC development channel
released on 29 October 2016
git clone https://github.com/nanoc/nanoc.git
17 November 2016
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 17 April 2018.
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