NAMEwebgen - a template based static website generator
SYNOPSISwebgen [global options] command [command arguments] [command [command arguments] ...] [args]
DESCRIPTIONwebgen is used to generate web pages from page and template files. You create one template file in which you define the layout of your pages and where the content should go. After that you create page files in which you only define the content. webgen merges the page's content into the template and generates the final HTML output.
GLOBAL OPTIONS-d, --directory DIR Set the website directectory. if none specified, the current directory is used. -V, --verbosity level Set verbosity to the given level. -h, --help Show generic help. -v, --version Show the version of the program and exit.
COMMANDScheck Executes check command by default. check config Checks validity of configuration file. check libs Checks presence of optional libraries. create Creates the basic directories and files for webgen. This includes the source and output directories, the log and the plugin directory. Also, a basic template plus a CSS and an index file are created. Takes the directory to create the webgen structure in as an argument. help Provides help for the individual commands. run Runs webgen which will result in the generation of the HTML data in the output directory from the files in the source directory. This command is used as the default command when no command was issued. show Shows all available plugins or their configuration items. Takes either config or plugins as an argument. use Changes configured gallery style, sipttra or website style. Takes either gallery_style, sipttra_style or website_style as an argument plus the gallery, sipttra or website style name you want to configure. version Shows the version of the program and exit.
SEE ALSOThe webgen website, //webgen.rubyforge.org/ for more information.
AUTHORwebgen was written by Thomas Leitner <email@example.com> This manual page was written by Paul van Tilburg <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian project (but may be used by others). This manual page was update to reflect webgen 0.4 change by Arnaud Cornet <email@example.com>. This manual page was updated to reflect webgen 0.4.2 changes by Thomas Leitner <firstname.lastname@example.org>. February 2007 WEBGEN(1)