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Hakyll, since it has Haskell type safety goodness and is very customizable (it's basically a Haskell EDSL for static site generation):

http://jaspervdj.be/hakyll/

The other nice thing about Hakyll is that it uses Pandoc, so it supports different input and output formats (such as HTML slide generation from Markdown).




I just started using Hakyll and it's really awesome. It's very configurable, and integrating with Pandoc makes it very versatile.

Maybe this doesn't matter to most people, but having Pandoc means support for math (e.g. TeX) is standard.

I have a fairly complicated setup at the moment, and yet it still has less than 100 lines of configuration.

Also, being in Haskell, I've found it pretty fast so far despite being written in and configured with a very high-level language.

I'm short, Hakyll is awesome. Much better than my old solution which was a bunch of hacked-together php. (I was using my school's shared Apache server, a don't judge me :P.)

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  > I'm short, Hakyll is awesome.
A good solution for the vertically challenged. :)

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Ah yes, phone typos strike again. You'd think I would have learned to proof-read my posts by now...

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> Maybe this doesn't matter to most people, but having Pandoc means support for math (e.g. TeX) is standard.

I like the optimism in that "maybe" at the beginning of the sentence.

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1+ for hakyll, has built in customizable deploy command too

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Started to learning Haskell few weeks ago. Love to see it. BTW, nice site theme.

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