A gemini static site generator
Apart from the feed, no other files will be generated. gssg will only act on files from the source directory.
Initialize a new site with
gssg -init example.com
This will create the following structure:
example.com ├── config.toml ├── content │ └── index.gmi └── templates ├── atom.xml ├── index.gmi └── page.gmi
The default template expects posts on the
content/posts folder, and it will
display them on the
index.gmi page ordered by date.
At this point, you have a working gssg installation. To generate the site, just run:
Dates will be populated on the page information via the filename or the contents of the file.
If the filename has a YYYY-MM-DD string, that will be counted as date, if not, gssg will search in the file contents for the first entry of YYYY-MM-DD and use that as date.
Configuration will be made through the
config.toml file in the root of the site.
Available configuration options:
# Mandatory options title = "anon's gemlog" # Title of the gemlog url = "example.com" # URL of the gemlog source_dir = "content" # Directory of the source files dest_dir = "public" # Directory of the generated files # Optional template_dir = "templates" # Directory for the templates feed_title = "posts anon's gemlog" # Atom Feed name feed_path = "posts/" # Directory on source_dir to search for articles for the feed
There's three available templates at the moment,
make make install