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Parse a list of markdown files to a website with index.

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    for default usage, or

  • –help

    for getting help


–help - get help

–force-update - reparse all sites and update all date tags.

  • If an index.mdwn is present use that instead of parsing one ourself.

  • Too many, so I keep them out just now :)

Website: U{}

Source URL (Mercurial): U{}



pymarkdown_minisite 0.2

  • Added the option to create a table of content (“[TOC]” as marker).

  • Requires at least python-markdown 2.0 (because of the [TOC]).

  • Only build an index, if no index.mdwn file is present (allows for customizing the index at some place).

  • Added the option to parse files with several different suffixes - currently .mdwn and .txt

  • Updated help/usage output.

  • Added simple_usage and improved readme.

  • Added copyright entry in Python style.

  • Added static website information for PyPI.

  • Moved project to

  • FIX: Now it takes utf-8 content correctly.

  • FIX: Usage as Mercurial hook failed with relative source dir.

pymarkdown_minisite 0.1.2

  • Added the –force-update option which tells the script to parse ALL files again and update all date lines.

  • Added date lines which automatically get updated when the content changes.

pymarkdown_minisite 0.1.1

  • Smaller fixes for things which showed themselves after the upload.

pymarkdown_minisite 0.1

  • Added Python implementation and uploaded it to PyPI.

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