This is a simple web log that reads MarkDown text files to produce pages in HTML, with templates. Themeing is very easy. Categorization is supported by placing text files in subdirectories. "RSS" (ATOM) feed support. There is also a page 0 (index). It's inspired by Blosxom, an old perl blog engine.
You're viewing a slightly hacked version of wlog right now, in fact.
wlog.py3in a directory, and make it accessible via the web server.
pages" in wlog's directory, and add
wlog.py3are correct, and modify
index.py3and do a rewrite similar to this:
(lighttpd) "/wlog/(.*)?" => "/wlog/index.py3?title=$1"
To add blog entries:
./pages/*.mdis the default blog entry location)
date: y-m-d" on the first line, and the title you want for the entry on the second line.
<...>, followed by a space, to cut the blog entry short at that line in the index.
./pages/to give it a category.
To theme/configure further:
post.wlogand change the extension (example: