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rawk (rage against web frameworks) - generates a static content from a tree of markdown files and other content. it was originally written by kyle isom based on the suckless webframework (sw) by nibblesec.

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  • posix-compliant
  • uses only standard shell tools - bourne shell, sed, grep, etc...
  • very customisable
  • lean code - less than 100 sloc of unix shell
  • very portable - runs on any posix system (the bsds, linux, os x, ...)
  • dual-licensed: public domain / isc - whichever is less restrictive in your locale


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Unix Shell



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