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Build static webpages with Jinja2, Markdown, LESS, Coffeescript

Project description

Build static webpages with Markdown, reStructuredText, Jinja2 templates, LESS or some recent tools.

  • Built in Twitter Bootstrap template
  • Built in web server for development
  • linkdown watch your file changes and convert them automatically
  • Automatic content list generator for Markdown and reStructuredText in Bootstrap template (Shown in bottom)

Requirements

  • Python
    • Python 2.7
    • jinja2
    • markdown
    • watchdog
    • Docutils
    • rst2html5
  • Nodejs
    • less
    • coffeescript

How to install

  1. Install Python 2.7 and NodeJS
    • I recommend to use MacPorts or Homebrew to install them if you are Mac OS X user.
  2. Install LESS and CoffeeScript
  3. Install pip
  4. Install linkdown
    • just pip install linkdown
    • All dependencies will be installed automatically

Quick Start

  1. Initialize project directory

    linkdown init --template bootstrap projectdir

  2. Change directory

    cd projectdir

  3. Run server, file observer and converter. linkdown detects file modification event and convert automatically.

    linkdown all -ws or make

  4. Make your content under source directory

References

Read jinja2, markdown, coffeescript and less documents to write. Of course, you can use plain JavaScript and CSS (But not plain HTML).

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