webgen is a Web site generator implemented in Ruby. It is used to generate static Web sites from templates and page files. It is fast, easy to use, and extensible.
Release Notes: There are two minor changes and some bug fixes. The output of the meta information tag is now escaped by default. This can be changed by setting the 'tag.metainfo.escape_html` option in the configuration file. A rake task for showing outdated translations has been added.
Release Notes: Two new content processors have been added: kramdown for better and faster Markdown support (which is also the default from now on) and LESS for easy CSS file creation. The content processor head has been updated to handle arbitrary link tags. Aside from these changes, many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is just a small interim release with some new features. It paves the way for bringing image gallery and blog support to webgen. Additionally, error reporting has been much improved.
Release Notes: This release includes some very useful new features and paves the way for more new features in the next versions. The most notable change is that there is no distinction between Web site styles and templates anymore; both are called bundles now. There is a new CLI command called "apply", which can apply bundles to an existing Web site. Both the "apply" and the "create" command can now use bundles in the form of tar archives. Apart from that, some minor enhancements, many bugfixes, and many documentation updates were made.
Release Notes: This stable release includes some small feature enhancements as well as some bugfixes.