a simple website generator, it aims to generate static html files from markdown files, no databases and bloat-web, just texts.
git clone git://mahdi.pw/kaveh.git
Log | Files | Refs | README | LICENSE

commit 7276008409d11574cd52fc33780e49a0ce0a5852
parent d920af31af00b4096a93ec95948ef648cc655602
Author: Mahdi Mirzade <me@mahdi.pw>
Date:   Wed, 13 Apr 2022 18:26:21 +0430

Dump to 0.1, change license to MIT, rewrite README

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Dout/blog/index.md | 5-----
Dout/index.html | 57---------------------------------------------------------
Dout/index.md | 23-----------------------
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Dtpl/footer.html | 6------
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12 files changed, 179 insertions(+), 983 deletions(-)

diff --git a/Kaveh b/Kaveh @@ -1,137 +0,0 @@ -#!/usr/bin/env bash -# -# Kaveh is a simple website generator. -# https://github.com/MahdyMirzade/Kaveh -# -# Kaveh's version/copyright -KVH_VERSION="1.0.0" -KVH_COPYRIGHT="Copyright (C) 2021 Mahdy Mirzade" - -# Default configuration -KVH_SRC="${PWD}/src" -KVH_DST="${PWD}/out" -KVH_TPL="${PWD}/tpl" -KVH_DATETIME="%d %B %Y %H:%M:%S" - -# Help text -usage(){ - cat <<EOF -$0 [-i SOURCE_DIR] [-o OUTPUT_DIR] [-t TEMPLATE_DIR] [-d DATETIME_FORMAT] -EOF - exit -} - -version(){ - cat <<EOF - - _ __ _ Kaveh v$KVH_VERSION -| |/ /__ ___ _____| |__ $KVH_COPYRIGHT -| ' // _\` \ \ / / _ \ '_ \ -| . \ (_| |\ V / __/ | | | This program may be freely redistributed under -|_|\_\__,_| \_/ \___|_| |_| the terms of the GNU General Public License. - -EOF - exit -} - -# Custom options -while getopts :hvi:o:t:d: flag; do - case "${flag}" in - i) KVH_SRC=${OPTARG};; - o) KVH_DST=${OPTARG};; - t) KVH_TPL=${OPTARG};; - d) KVH_DATETIME=${OPTARG};; - v) version;; - h|*) usage;; - esac -done - -# Check KVH_* -check_config(){ - KILL_PROGRAM="FALSE" - if [[ ! -e "$KVH_SRC" ]]; then - echo "ERROR: '$KVH_SRC' doesn't exist." - KILL_PROGRAM="TRUE" - fi - if [[ ! -e "$KVH_TPL" ]]; then - echo "ERROR: '$KVH_TPL' doesn't exist." - KILL_PROGRAM="TRUE" - fi - if [[ "$KILL_PROGRAM" == "TRUE" ]]; then - echo "Terminating program..." - exit - fi -} - -# Find all pre-existed dirs -find_dirs(){ - KVH_DIRS=() - while IFS= read -d $'\n' -r dir ; do - KVH_DIRS=("${KVH_DIRS[@]}" "$dir") - done < <(find "$KVH_SRC" -type d -perm /u=r) -} - -# Prepare all pre-existed dirs to $KVH_DST -make_dirs(){ - find_dirs - for KVH_DIR in "${KVH_DIRS[@]}"; do - export KVH_DIR_NAME="${KVH_DIR/$KVH_SRC/}" - mkdir -p "$KVH_DST/$KVH_DIR_NAME" - done -} - -# Find all markdown goods -find_mds(){ - KVH_MARKDOWNS=() - while IFS= read -d $'\n' -r file ; do - KVH_MARKDOWNS=("${KVH_MARKDOWNS[@]}" "$file") - done < <(find "$KVH_SRC" -type f -perm /u=r -iname "*.md") -} - -# Get Markdown comments from file -parse_md_comments(){ - sed -n "/<\!---.*KVH.*/,/--->/p" "$@" -} - -# Parse variables from string -parse_md_variables(){ - echo "$2" | grep "$1" | sed 's/^.*: //' -} - -# Prepare all html files to $KVH_DST -make_mds(){ - find_mds - for KVH_FILE in "${KVH_MARKDOWNS[@]}"; do - export KVH_FILE_NAME="${KVH_FILE/$KVH_SRC/}" - export KVH_FILE_NAME="${KVH_FILE_NAME/%.md/}" - #markdown "$KVH_FILE" > "$KVH_DST/$KVH_FILE_NAME.html" - POST_COMMENTS=$(parse_md_comments "$KVH_FILE") - TITLE=$(parse_md_variables "Title" "$POST_COMMENTS") - DESC=$(parse_md_variables "Description" "$POST_COMMENTS") - H=$(cat "${KVH_TPL}/header.html") - C=$(markdown "$KVH_FILE") - F=$(cat "${KVH_TPL}/footer.html") - D=$(date -r "$KVH_FILE" "+$KVH_DATETIME") - KVH_CONTENT="$H -$C -$F" - KVH_CONTENT=${KVH_CONTENT//\$PAGE_TITLE/$TITLE} - KVH_CONTENT=${KVH_CONTENT//\$PAGE_DESC/$DESC} - KVH_CONTENT=${KVH_CONTENT//$POST_COMMENTS/} - echo "$KVH_CONTENT" > "$KVH_DST/$KVH_FILE_NAME.html" - done -} - -# Main program -main(){ - check_config - make_dirs - make_mds - # Copy the rest of files/assets - while IFS= read -d $'\n' -r file ; do - dest="$KVH_DST/${file#$KVH_SRC/}" - if [[ -e "$dest" ]]; then echo "'$dest' Already exists."; continue; else cp "$file" "$dest"; fi - done < <(find "$KVH_SRC" -type f -perm /u=r -print) -} - -main diff --git a/LICENSE b/LICENSE @@ -1,674 +1,21 @@ - GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE - Version 3, 29 June 2007 - - Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. <https://fsf.org/> - Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies - of this license document, but changing it is not allowed. - - Preamble - - The GNU General Public License is a free, copyleft license for -software and other kinds of works. - - The licenses for most software and other practical works are designed -to take away your freedom to share and change the works. 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But first, please read -<https://www.gnu.org/licenses/why-not-lgpl.html>. +MIT License + +Copyright (c) 2022 Mahdi Mirzade <me@mahdi.pw> + +Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy +of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal +in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights +to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell +copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is +furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: + +The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all +copies or substantial portions of the Software. + +THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR +IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, +FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE +AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER +LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, +OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE +SOFTWARE. diff --git a/README b/README @@ -1,39 +1,32 @@ -# Kaveh -Kaveh is a simple website generator, it aims to generate static html files from markdown files, no databases and bloat-web, just texts. - -## Dependencies -Kaveh requires a markdown parser in your `$PATH`, to install it: -```bash -pacman -S discount -``` - -## Installation -```bash -git clone https://github.com/MahdyMirzade/Kaveh.git -cp Kaveh/Kaveh /usr/bin -Kaveh -v -``` -> You may need to run some of these commands with root permissions. (sudo) - -## Usage -| Method | Description | -| --- | --- | -| **-i** | The source directory, where to read markdowns and copy other assets from. | -| **-o** | The output directory, where to generate html files and copy other files to. | -| **-t** | The template directory, where the `header.html` and `footer.html` is. | - -### Example of usage -Example of `build.sh` and scripting: -```bash -Kaveh -i /var/doc/mahdym.ir -o /var/www/mahdym.ir -``` -> Then just run the `build.sh` file, whenever you've updated the `/var/doc/mahdym.ir`'s files. - -### Example of output -I've made an example so you can understand what's going on, take a look at the [./src/index.md](https://mahdymirzade.github.io/Kaveh/src/index.md), then open the [./out/index.html](https://mahdymirzade.github.io/Kaveh/out/index.html). - -## How to edit pre-existing files? -1. Clone this repository and enter it. -2. Edit the files in `src` directory. -3. Write your other documents with `.md` in the end, like: `index.md`. -4. Go back to your parent directory, and generate your website into `./out` using: ```Kaveh -i ./src -o ./out``` +kaveh +===== +kaveh is a simple website generator, it aims to generate static html files from markdown files, no databases and bloat-web, just texts. + +Requirements +------------ +You need a markdown parser in your $PATH directory, for example install discount: + + pacman -S discount + apt install discount + dnf install discount + +Installation +------------ +Copy the script in your $PATH directory (if necessary as root): + cp kaveh /usr/bin + +Usage +----- + + kaveh + kaveh -i [INPUT DIRECTORY] -o [OUTPUT DIRECTORY] + +If you don't want to set the methods, these are the defaults: + [INPUT DIRECTORY] == empty, use $PWD/src + [OUTPUT DIRECTORY] == empty, use $PWD/out + +Automation +---------- +Example of scripting to automate the process of file generation: + + kaveh -i /var/doc/mahdym.ir -o /var/www/mahdym.ir diff --git a/kaveh b/kaveh @@ -0,0 +1,126 @@ +#!/bin/sh +# +# This is a simple statis website generator script. +# +KVH_COPYRIGHT="Copyright (C) 2021-2022 Mahdi Mirzade" +KVH_VERSION="0.1" +KVH_SRC="${PWD}/src" +KVH_DST="${PWD}/out" + +# Default page values +KVH_PAGE_NAME="Kaveh" +KVH_PAGE_ICON="/logo.png" +KVH_PAGE_DESC="Kaveh is a simple website generator, it aims to generate static html files from markdown files, no databases and bloat-web, just texts." + +while getopts :vi:o: flag; do + case "${flag}" in + i) KVH_SRC=${OPTARG};; + o) KVH_DST=${OPTARG};; + v) + printf "\n" + printf " _ __ _ \tKaveh v%s\n" "${KVH_VERSION}" + printf "| |/ /__ ___ _____| |__ \t%s\n" "${KVH_COPYRIGHT}" + printf "| ' // _\` \ \ / / _ \ '_ \ \t\n" + printf "| . \ (_| |\ V / __/ | | | \tThis program may be freely redistributed under\n" + printf "|_|\_\__,_| \_/ \___|_| |_| \tthe terms of the MIT License.\n" + printf "\n" + exit + ;; + *) + printf "%s [-v] [-i SOURCE_DIR] [-o OUTPUT_DIR]\n" "$0" + exit + ;; + esac +done + +getvalue() { sed -e "/.*<\!---.*KVH.*/,/--->/!d" "$1" | sed -n "/^$2/I p" | sed 's/^.*: //'; } +md2html() { markdown "$1" | sed -e '/.*<\!---.*KVH.*/,/--->/d'; } + +# Generate html files in source from markdowns. +find "${KVH_SRC}" -name "*.md" | while read FILE; do + FILE_NAME="${FILE##$KVH_SRC/}" + FILE_DIR="$(dirname "${FILE_NAME}")" + + [ -d "${KVH_DST}/${FILE_DIR}" ] \ + || mkdir -p "${KVH_DST}/${FILE_DIR}" + + PAGE_ICON="$(getvalue "${FILE}" "icon")" + PAGE_NAME="$(getvalue "${FILE}" "title")" + PAGE_DESC="$(getvalue "${FILE}" "description")" + + [ "${PAGE_ICON}" ] || PAGE_ICON="${KVH_PAGE_ICON}" + [ "${PAGE_NAME}" ] || PAGE_ICON="${KVH_PAGE_NAME}" + [ "${PAGE_DESC}" ] || PAGE_ICON="${KVH_PAGE_DESC}" + + printf "%s\n" \ + "$(sed '0,/^__HTML TEMPLATE__$/d' "$0" | sed -e '/PAGE_DATA/,//d')" \ + "$(md2html "${FILE}")" \ + "$(sed '0,/^__HTML TEMPLATE__$/d' "$0" | sed -e '0,/%PAGE_DATA%/d')" \ + | sed -e '/^\s*$/d' \ + -e "s/%PAGE_TITLE%/${PAGE_NAME}/g" \ + -e "s/%PAGE_DESC%/${PAGE_DESC}/g" \ + -e "s/%PAGE_ICON%/${PAGE_ICON}/g" \ + -e "s/%KVH_VERSION%/${KVH_VERSION}/g" \ + > "${KVH_DST}/${FILE_NAME%.md}.html" + + unset "${PAGE_ICON}" "${PAGE_NAME}" "${PAGE_DESC}" "${FILE_NAME}" "${FILE_DIR}" +done + +# Copy the rest files/assets into destination. +find "${KVH_SRC}" -type f | while read FILE; do + [ "${FILE#*.}" = "md" ] || continue; # Skip *.md files. + FILE_NAME="${FILE##$KVH_SRC/}" + FILE_DIR="$(dirname "$FILE")" + [ -d "${FILE_DIR}" ] || mkdir -p "${KVH_DST}/${FILE_DIR}" + [ -e "${FILE}" ] || cp "${FILE}" "${KVH_DST}/${FILE_NAME}" + unset "${FILE_NAME}" "${FILE_DIR}" +done + +exit $? + +__HTML TEMPLATE__ +<!DOCTYPE html> +<html lang=en> +<head> +<meta charset="UTF-8"> +<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"> +<meta name="generator" content="Kaveh v%KVH_VERSION%" /> +<meta name="description" content="%PAGE_DESC%"> +<link rel="icon" href="%PAGE_ICON%"> +<title>%PAGE_TITLE%</title> +<style> + body{ + margin:1em auto; + max-width:40em; + padding:0 .62em; + font:1.2em/1.62 sans-serif + } + blockquote, pre, code { + background-color: #f0f0f0; + border-color: #222; + } + h1,h2,h3 { + line-height:1.2 + } + @media print{ + body{ + max-width:none + } + } + @media (prefers-color-scheme: dark){ + body {color:#fff;background:#000} + a:link {color:#cdf} + a:hover, a:visited:hover {color:#def} + a:visited {color:#dcf} + } +</style> +</head> +<body> +<div> +%PAGE_DATA% +</div> +<footer style="text-align: right;"> +<p><small>Powered by <a href="https://github.com/MahdiMirzade/Kaveh">Kaveh</a></small></p> +</footer> +</body> +</html> diff --git a/out/blog/index.html b/out/blog/index.html @@ -1,27 +0,0 @@ -<!DOCTYPE html> -<html lang=en> - <head> - <meta charset="UTF-8"> - <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge"> - <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"> - <meta name="generator" content="Kaveh v1.0.0" /> - <link rel="icon" href="$PAGE_ICON"> - <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/water.css@2/out/water.min.css"> - <title></title> - <meta name="description" content=""> - </head> - <body> - <div> -<h1>What is this?</h1> - -<p>This is my simple template to create minimal websites.</p> - -<h2>How do you use it?</h2> - -<p>I write my blog posts like <code>blog/*.md</code>, using Markdown, It&rsquo;s easier for me to read and write.</p> - </div> - <footer style="text-align: right;"> - <p><small>Powered by <a href="https://github.com/MahdyMirzade/Kaveh">Kaveh</a></small></p> - </footer> - </body> -</html> diff --git a/out/blog/index.md b/out/blog/index.md @@ -1,5 +0,0 @@ -# What is this? -This is my simple template to create minimal websites. - -## How do you use it? -I write my blog posts like `blog/*.md`, using Markdown, It's easier for me to read and write. diff --git a/out/index.html b/out/index.html @@ -1,57 +0,0 @@ -<!DOCTYPE html> -<html lang=en> - <head> - <meta charset="UTF-8"> - <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge"> - <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"> - <meta name="generator" content="Kaveh v1.0.0" /> - <link rel="icon" href="$PAGE_ICON"> - <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/water.css@2/out/water.min.css"> - <title>Kaveh | Home Page</title> - <meta name="description" content="This is about Kaveh."> - </head> - <body> - <div> - - - - - -<div style="text-align: center;"><img src="./logo.png"></div> - - -<h1>What is this?</h1> - -<p>This is my simple template to create minimal websites.</p> - -<h2>How do you use it?</h2> - -<p>I write my blog posts like <code>blog/*.md</code>, using Markdown, It&rsquo;s easier for me to read and write.</p> - -<h2>Team <img src="https://img.shields.io/github/contributors/mahdymirzade/gip" alt="GitHub contributors" /></h2> - -<p>This project is maintained by the following people and a bunch of <a href="https://github.com/MahdyMirzade/gip/graphs/contributors">awesome contributors</a>.</p> - -<table> -<thead> -<tr> -<th> <a href="https://github.com/mahdymirzade"><img src="https://github.com/mahdymirzade.png?size=100" alt="Mahdy Mirzade" /></a> </th> -</tr> -</thead> -<tbody> -<tr> -<td> <a href="https://github.com/mahdymirzade">Mahdy Mirzade</a> </td> -</tr> -</tbody> -</table> - - -<h2>Donate</h2> - -<p>You can use <a href="https://git.io/JB2BO">this page</a> to find more about supporting this project.</p> - </div> - <footer style="text-align: right;"> - <p><small>Powered by <a href="https://github.com/MahdyMirzade/Kaveh">Kaveh</a></small></p> - </footer> - </body> -</html> diff --git a/out/index.md b/out/index.md @@ -1,23 +0,0 @@ -<!---------------KVH---------------- -Title: Kaveh | Home Page -Description: This is about Kaveh. ------------------------------------> - -<div style="text-align: center;"><img src="./logo.png"></div> - -# What is this? -This is my simple template to create minimal websites. - -## How do you use it? -I write my blog posts like `blog/*.md`, using Markdown, It's easier for me to read and write. - -## Team ![GitHub contributors](https://img.shields.io/github/contributors/mahdymirzade/gip) -This project is maintained by the following people and a bunch of [awesome contributors](https://github.com/MahdyMirzade/gip/graphs/contributors). - -| [![Mahdy Mirzade](https://github.com/mahdymirzade.png?size=100)](https://github.com/mahdymirzade) | -| --- | -| [Mahdy Mirzade](https://github.com/mahdymirzade) | - -## Donate -You can use [this page](https://git.io/JB2BO) to find more about supporting this project. - diff --git a/src/index.md b/src/index.md @@ -13,4 +13,3 @@ I write my blog posts like `blog/*.md`, using Markdown, It's easier for me to re ## Donate You can use [this page](https://git.io/JB2BO) to find more about supporting this project. - diff --git a/out/logo.png b/src/logo.png Binary files differ. diff --git a/tpl/footer.html b/tpl/footer.html @@ -1,6 +0,0 @@ - </div> - <footer style="text-align: right;"> - <p><small>Powered by <a href="https://github.com/MahdyMirzade/Kaveh">Kaveh</a></small></p> - </footer> - </body> -</html> diff --git a/tpl/header.html b/tpl/header.html @@ -1,14 +0,0 @@ -<!DOCTYPE html> -<html lang=en> - <head> - <meta charset="UTF-8"> - <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge"> - <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"> - <meta name="generator" content="Kaveh v1.0.0" /> - <link rel="icon" href="$PAGE_ICON"> - <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/water.css@2/out/water.min.css"> - <title>$PAGE_TITLE</title> - <meta name="description" content="$PAGE_DESC"> - </head> - <body> - <div>