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Genit is a framework that builds a static Web site, which does not require a server side programming language or database. Generated sites consist only of XHTML code (plus CSS and media). It runs from the command line, is based on XML, and is designed to be simple, readable, and minimalist.

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Last announcement

A web site for Genit 30 Jul 2011 14:56

Genit have now a web site. And of course, it is made with Genit.

Recent releases

  •  02 Apr 2013 14:28

    Release Notes: This version adds support for Haml and Sass.

    •  29 Mar 2013 16:37

      Release Notes: This release improves the project folder structure, which leads to faster compilation and reduced size on disk. Genit is now HTML 5 only. It provides a Web server for development. The config file is no longer a hidden file. All CSS templates were removed. An error message is now displayed if the main template is malformed.

      •  02 Oct 2011 10:49

        Release Notes: Genit creates a sitemap.xml file. It puts nicer error messages. It puts a warning message when a here tag is used without its counterpart. The version is added to the .genit file.

        •  25 Sep 2011 17:10

          Release Notes: Genit creates an RSS feed for your news articles.

          •  04 Sep 2011 15:08

            Release Notes: You can add news to your site with ease. The tag 'var' does not exist anymore. It is replaced by the two-part tag 'here' & 'what'. Put your public files (photo, text, PDF, etc.) in the 'public' folder. Put your JavaScript in the 'scripts' folder. Relative links should be written relative to the root (the index.hmtl file). There is a new '--empty' switch for the 'create' command. There is a new '--doctype' option for the 'create' command. This release fixes bug #38: named anchor crashes the compiler.


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