Does anyone have recommendations for a static site generator?
Pluses but not required:
+ Emacs integration
+ Syntax coloring for ECMAScript
@baturkey Personally, I use Jekyll... Very happy with it!
@alcinnz Thanks, I'll check it out!
@baturkey Hmm, not sure on the ECMAscript part, not _directly_ - but
org mode does export to html?
(Just the first thing that popped into my head, not really a site _generator_ but ... )
@baturkey I use pelican (search pelican-python because pelican only is... an animal), I managed to add a pandoc renderer for my stuff so I can directly write markdown + some simple latex and filter it and magically render rich HTML
@baturkey I can't speak to Emacs but I was quite happy with Hugo and it's syntax highlighting
@baturkey I use Hugo. The templating is a bit complicated if you want to build your own themes, but it's really fast and flexible (which matters to me as I have 2700 posts to render each time).
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