stog

AuthorMaxence Guesdon
LicenseGNU General Public License version 3
Homepagehttps://www.good-eris.net/stog/
Issue Trackerhttps://framagit.org/zoggy/stog/issues
Tagspublication, xml, documentation, blog, web and website
Maintainerzoggy@bat8.org
Dependencies
&higlo>= 0.6
lwt>= 2.5
ocamlfind
ocf>= 0.5.0
omd>= 1.3.0
ppx_blob>= 0.1
ptime>= 0.8.2
uri>= 1.9.2
uutf>= 1.0.0
xtmpl>= 0.17.0
Optional dependencies
|cryptokit
js_of_ocaml
ojs-base
websocket
xmldiff
Availableocaml-version >= "4.03.0"
PublishedJul 7, 2018
Source [http] https://framagit.org/zoggy/stog/-/archive/0.18.0/stog-0.18.0.tar.gz
014dcec7fabf0beb546ff490ed54b909
StatisticsInstalled 5 times last month.
Edithttps://github.com/ocaml/opam-repository/tree/master/packages/stog/stog.0.18.0/opam

A static web site compiler, handling blog posts, or XML document in general.

Main features:

  • generate static XML/HTML documents: easy to deploy, less security problems,
  • handling of blog posts, with dates, topics, keywords and associated RSS feeds,
  • no new syntax,
  • based on a XML rewrite engine allowing to apply substitutions (rewrite rules) on some tags. Some substitutions are pre-defined, and others can be defined in your documents or added by plugins. Content can then be written with semantic tags,
  • support multi-language sites,
  • a lot of predefined functions can be used to handle sectionning, table of contents, verified cross-references, ...,
  • OCaml code can be interpreted at compilation time and the result included in the generated documents, which is nice to write tutorials on OCaml libraries,
  • some plugins ease the inclusion of graphviz graphs, and pictures generated by Aysmptote or LaTeX,
  • ...
No package is dependent