Source files used to generate https://blog.lenzplace.org
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README.md

blog-lenzplace

This repository contains the source files that are used to generate the website at https://blog.lenzplace.org. The makehtml utility toolkit is used to generate the html files.

Installing

To install, clone the git repository and ensure you have the dependencies installed.

In addition you will need to download the latest "cogit" file set from the release folder. This is a tar archive containing any images or video etc. used by this website. From within the main git repository you can then extract the tar archive as follows (assuming the downloaded cogit tar archive is in your ~/Download folder) and it will populate the cogit files into the "src" directory.

$ tar -xf ~/Download/blog-lenzplace-cogit-20XX-XX-XX.tar

You should then execute the configure script which selects the appropriate Makefile version depending on which operating system you are using (linux or bsd).

$ ./configure

Lastly, you can then execute "make loc" to generate a local set of files that you can browse with your default web browser.

$ make loc
$ xdg-open bld/loc/index.html

If you want to view the same files that are hosted on the website you can instead execute "make pub". Note however that links and paths within files will point to the public web server rather than your local files in "bld/pub".

Contributing

If you have a bugfix, update, issue or feature enhancement the best way to reach me is by following the instructions in the link below. Thank you!

https://blog.lenzplace.org/contact

Versioning

I follow the SemVer strategy for versioning. The latest version is listed in the releases section.

License

This project is licensed under a BSD two clause license - see the LICENSE file for details.