polo is a static blog rendering tool created with Golang.
I’m happily using it on my blog: http://agonzalezro.github.io, which means that works fine :)
Yes, I know that there a lot of them out there but I just want mine to learn a little bit of Go coding.
- Markdown support with Metadata parsing compatible with Jekyll, Pelican & others
- Embedded daemon with autoregeneration of the htmls in case of any change on the input files.
- Archive, tags, RSS & pages support
- Disqus comments
- Google Analytics support with just a change on the settings
- Share this support as well
- Cool & easy way to re-template it, check the documentation or my blog post about it
- Download your version from Gobuild
- Get a JSON config from here
polo -config [path_to_your_conf] [your_folder_with_mds] [your_output_path]
If the config is called
config.json and it’s on your current directory, you
don’t even need to specify it.
One more thing
You can run polo with the
-daemon option which will start a server serving
your generated content and in case that you change any of the files in the
input folder it’s going to autoregenerate the site.