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Re: [xml-dev] static site generators

Hi Lucas,

On Sat, 14 Jan 2017 17:08:17 +0000
Lucas Vogel <lucas.vogel@endpointsystems.com> wrote:

> One thing I've noticed a big uptick in lately are static site generators,
> where you use a CLI app to create a site template and you use the tool
> features (typically the language features the CLI was written in) to put the
> site elements (themes, templates, content, etc.) together, and then use the
> tool to compile, deploy and host the site itself. You can find a list of them
> by popularity rankings here: https://www.staticgen.com/ If you look at the
> site generators, you see them written in Javascript, Go, .NET, PHP, Python;
> even bash and awk have a couple. But only one (Stog) have anything to do with
> XML. 

I think a more comprehensive list of static site generators is
https://staticsitegenerators.net/ and it includes two that I maintain which
staticgen.com does not.

> Does anyone know of any static site generators written around the XML format?
> I know of one on the .NET side for product documentation (Sandcastle) but
> it's increasingly becoming an obsolete framework (mainly because of the awful
> tags Microsoft put into its MAML markup language). Are there any others out
> there? 

I've incorporated some documents that were translated to XHTML from several XML
grammars into my static website's build system:

* https://github.com/shlomif/shlomi-fish-homepage

A lot of it was not directly incorporated into Latemp
( http://web-cpan.shlomifish.org/latemp/ ; https://github.com/thewml/latemp )
which is its publicly published static site generator.

I recall that once upon a time an acquaintance's website was generated using


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