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mira - static site generator
This document describes mira version 0.07.
mira is an integrated content management framework for create multiple websites
you can create your blogs, photoblogs, image galleries, podcasts, books, portfolio, docs, manuals, projects pages and... in mira's floors. each floor is a separate website which can have its own config, template and fields or use main floor settings.
No need databases, just static content flies and a template body. mira performs all other tasks
Write your contetnt's body whatever you like, Markdown, Textile, BBcode, HTML or just simple texts.
no limit for make archive lists like categories, tags, seassions, chapters and... or single fields like title, sub title, thumbs and... just keep dreaming about what you need, mira will make them
simple, fast & perlish multiple website generator
mira structure based in floors, each folder in content directory is a separate site, which can have them config and template, or use main config seting
mkdir mira_Site_name cd mira_Site_name mira init
now you have a mira site in your mira_Site_name folder
title: YOUR MAIN SITE TITLE description: A Description about your site author: your name email: email@example.com url: PUBLISH.ADDRESS.COM # or something else like http://localhost:80 root: / # root address of your site, leave it / if you dont like publish in subfolders like ADDRES.COM/SUB/ static: /static # the site static files address, content of 'statics' folder in your root mira_Site_name folder will be copy here, ADDRES.COM/static imageurl: /static/img # in your entries if you use [% img %] will be replaced by this address permalink: :year/:month/:day/:title/ #your entry address static address follow this path default_body_format: markdown # default markup for your entry body, but you can change it for each post in header field: body_format default_floor: blog # default floor for when you use 'mira new' without --floor switch template: THEME_NAME # body template for make your static HTMLs, your template folder name in template directory in mira root lists: # the fields which your archive based on them - categories - tags - author
you can make config file for each floor in config directory in mira root, e.x: config/YOUR_FLOOR.yml
mira <CoMMand> [-?h] [options] -? -h --help show help
commands: list the application's commands help : display a command's help screen build : site builder init : mira structure generator new : new entry maker
command 'new' options: -f, --floor : make new post in your floor
mira new -t "YOUR POST TITLE" -f "FLOOR_NAME" this command your content file in: content/FLOOR_NAME/yy-mm-dd-YOUR_POST_TITLE.pen in header this file have your fields structures, from structure/FLOOR_NAME + utid, title, date...
NOTE: never edit utid
mira make your sites in public directory, if your floor have them config file, mira use it for make your floor, and if no config file mira make it in public/FLOOR_NAME by default configs stored in main config.yml
mira view [--host 127.0.0.1] [--port 5000]
a simple static file server based on your public directory
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.