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XHTML and XML are generated with Kid templates; a bare-bones web view and an Atom feed are included as examples. Mnemosyne is extensible in Python to add features such as input preprocessing (reStructuredText is used by default), metadata ("tags" are standard) and filtering entries for custom feeds.
mnemosyne-blog for Debian ------------------------- This package is named ``mnemosyne'' upstream. Because that package name was already used in Debian, the script and user configuration directory have been renamed (put your config in ~/.mnemosyne-blog, and run mnemosyne-blog). The Python module is mnemosyne_blog (with an underscore) in order to be a legal identifier. -- Decklin Foster <decklin@ more»
Introduction ============ Mnemosyne is a simple blogging system which generates static files. You provide it with some entries, which are stored in an ordinary Maildir, a layout, which is a directory tree indicating where these entries should go, and some styles, which are Kid templates that the layout can use to put pages together. The layout tree may contain ordinary files, such as images, sty more»
MNEMOSYNE(1) MNEMOSYNE(1) NAME mnemosyne-blog - Weblog compiler SYNOPSIS mnemosyne-blog [CONFIG] DESCRIPTION This manual page documents briefly the mnemosyne-blog com‐ mand. mnemosyne-blog compiles XML and XHTML files comprising a weblog from the contents of a Maildir. The locations of each more»
mnemosyne-blog (0.12-2) unstable; urgency=low * Don't stupidly install byte-compiled files (Close more»
This package was debianized by Decklin Foster <email@example.com> on Sat, 11 Oct 2008 21:43:46 -0 more»