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Using another static site generator...
Now it's time for Coleslaw: a great tool for that.
Common Lisp Implementation
Install instructions at the Github suggests two Common Lisp implementations:
My choice was SBCL because has a faster loading in regular terminal and Slime into Emacs. Considering my
skills with Elisp and recommendation at coleslaw
Then at FreeBSD:
sudo pkg install sbcl rsync
Quicklisp by Quicklisp:
"Quicklisp is a library manager for Common Lisp. It works with your existing Common Lisp implementation to download, install, and load any of over 1,200 libraries with a few simple commands."
The installation is very easy by following the instructions at Quicklisp website.
Create a directory for your blog:
mkdir -p ~/yourblog/pages mkdir -p ~/yourblog/posts curl https://github.com/kingcons/coleslaw/blob/3d2bb56a3ff23f8a7af491772d253761018754fa/examples/example.coleslawrc > ~/yourblog/.coleslawrc
~/yourblog/.coleslawrc(Lisp) according your settings:
(:author "Brit Butler" :deploy-dir "/home/git/blog/" :domain "http://blog.redlinernotes.com" :feeds ("lisp") :plugins ((analytics :tracking-code "foo") (disqus :shortname "my-site-name") ; (incremental) ;; *Remove comment to enable incremental builds. (mathjax) (sitemap) (static-pages) ; (versioned) ;; *Remove comment to enable symlinked, timestamped deploys. ) :routing ((:post "posts/~a") (:tag-index "tag/~a") (:month-index "date/~a") (:numeric-index "~d") (:feed "~a.xml") (:tag-feed "tag/~a.xml")) :sitenav ((:url "http://redlinernotes.com/" :name "Home") (:url "http://twitter.com/redline6561" :name "Twitter") (:url "http://github.com/redline6561" :name "Code") (:url "http://soundcloud.com/redlinernotes" :name "Music") (:url "http://redlinernotes.com/docs/talks/" :name "Talks")) :staging-dir "/tmp/coleslaw/" :title "Improved Means for Achieving Deteriorated Ends" :theme "hyde") ;; * Prerequisites described in plugin docs.
More details about configuration
The source of posts are stored at
~/yourwebsite/posts/ under the
.post extension and the content will be according heading of these files. Example:
;;;;; title: foo tags: bar, baz date: yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss format: html (for raw html) or md (for markdown) ;;;;; your post
The source of pages are at
~/yourwebsite/pages/ under the
.page file extension. The content is like the
.post files but
url are required.
Then to deploy at SBCL execute:
(ql:quickload "coleslaw") (coleslaw:main "/<full path to yourblog>/")
See the Coleslaw docs at Github.