NanoBlogger 3.4.1 / 3.5 RC1
NanoBlogger is a small weblog engine written in Bash for the command line.
NanoBlogger is a small weblog engine written in Bash for the command line. NanoBlogger uses common UNIX tools such as cat, grep and sed to create static HTML content. It's free to use and modify under the GNU General Public License.
- intuitive commandline interface
- highly configurable and scriptable :)
- easy drafting, editing, and management of entries
- archiving by category, entry, and month
- permanent and navigational links
- templates and CSS style sheets for full control over layout
- placeholders for easy template manipulation
- support for multiple weblogs
- support for multiple categories
- support for relative and absolute links
- support for date manipulation of entries
- Atom syndication (comes with 1.0 format)
- RSS syndication (comes with RSS 1.0 and 2.0 formats)
- plugins for calendar, recent entries, weblog status, etc.
- plugins for text formatting (e.g. line breaks translate to HTML)
- global (nb.conf) and per-weblog (blog.conf) configuration
- intelligent build system - only updates relative files
- simple cache system for improved effeciency
- independent of java-script and server-side scripting (e.g. PHP)
- independent of external database (stores data in flat-files)
- multi-language support
- multi-platform portability (just bash and the required commands)
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What's New in version 3.5 RC1
- Merges language files to base and does away with nanoblogger-extra package.
- Bug Fix: Description was not being loaded from entry's metadata.
- Bug Fix: Archive template was subsequently being overwritten due to invalid file reference.
- Bug Fix: Title for year archives was not set.