by Tim Pease
(the "Cuddly Death Monkey" release)
Webby builds websites. It's not a framework. It's not a webserver. It's not a content management system.
Webby builds websites very, very well.
Webby will take text files written in your favorite markup language, combine them with some fancy layouts, and output HTML files. You can upload these HTML files to a webserver, and PRESTO!!! There's your website!
Webby makes it dead simple to do all this.
Webby has documentation (in progress).
Webby has friends:
Webby needs to be installed on your computer right now!
sudo gem install -y webby
For current users of Webby, you will need to update the rake tasks in any websites you've created with Webby. The Growl notification task needs to be updated to conform to the new version of Logging that is out there:
webby -u path/to/your/website
* 3 minor enhancements
- Added "limit" and "sort_by" options to the pages find method
- Removed dependency on RedCloth for outline generation
- Added some more options for outline generation, numbering, and
table of contents generation
* 1 bug fix
- Fixed incompatibility with the new logging library
== Fun Fact
43.7% of all statistics are made up right on the spot
== Post Script