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Jekyll is a static website generator in Ruby, commonly used for blog-based webpages.

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Software to web display a source file directory tree

I have a need to display the source files of a project in a web format. I need to do this on-premise. This is very much what GitHub and Bitbucket will display to you for a given software project, ...
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Software wiki framework that jupyter's doc uses?

I'm looking at the jupyter platform docs https://jupyter-notebook.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ looks like this I've seen this platform many times What is it called? It looks similar to jekyll ...
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Free blog application that generates static content on site

On GitHub pages you can generate static content for blog using Jekyll (or similar). The problem is that for every change you make to a file, a full recompiling is needed. Plus, you need to have ...
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Putting a Jekyll site into a minimalist CMS

I built a site using Jekyll for my wife's coworker a while back. It's a simple site, three pages of text/images plus a Contact Us page calling a PHP script to send an email. Now, she wants a way to ...
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An application for website comments

I have a Jekyll-based blog hosted on GitHub Pages. I want a plugin or an API that would come as a script and allow people to add comments on a particular article. My requirements are as follows: ...