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fBlog

fBlog is a weblog engine for static content written in Fortran

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fBlog is a stand-alone weblog page generator to be uploaded (website) or viewed on its own computer (diary or notebook).

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Features

  • No SQL (flat files);
  • No PHP;
  • No JavaScript;
  • No external templates;
  • Customization by CSS only;
  • Multilingual support (even for right to left languages);
  • Built-in client for console (line mode oriented);
  • Built-in client for terminal (command line);
  • Coded in Fortran 2008.

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Languages

French, English, Portuguese

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users

User Interface

Console/Terminal, Command-line

Programming Language

Fortran

Registered

2013-02-02

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