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Title       : 	ingsoc
Author      : 	Remy van Elst
Date        : 	02-12-2014
URL         : 	https://raymii.org/s/software/ingsoc.html
Format      : 	Markdown/HTML
ingsoc is a static site generator written in Python with the purpose of
generating raymii.org. It differs from other static site generators because it
does not create a blog-like site, but it is focused on pages and structure. It
also does not use a template engine. It generates categories, pages, tags, an
XML sitemap and a RSS feed. It takes markdown files with a yaml config header as
input, and outputs html.
I sometimes write updates on new changes in ingsoc, those articles can be found
[on this page][1].
### Usage
ingsoc requires three directories and content to work. The directory structure
can be as below:
    $ tree
    |-- ci.sh
    |-- config.yml
    |-- minify.py
    |-- newspeak.py
    |-- inc
    |   |-- css
    |   |   |-- example.css
    |   |-- img
    |   |   |-- example.png
    |   |-- js
    |   |   |-- example.js
    |-- src
    |   |-- software
    |   |   |-- ingsoc.md
    |   |   |-- Awesome_Example_Application.md
    |   `-- tutorials
    |       |-- Awesome_Tutorial_1.md
    |       |-- Tutorial_2.md
    |-- out
    |   |-- everything.html
    |   |-- feed.xml
    |   |-- inc
    |   |   |-- css
    |   |   |   |-- example.css
    |   |   |-- img
    |   |   |   |-- example.png
    |   |   |-- js
    |   |   |   |-- example.js
    |   |-- index.html
    |   |-- sitemap.xml
    |   |-- software
    |   |   |-- ingsoc.html
    |   |   |-- Awesome_Example_Application.html
    |   |-- tags
    |   |   |-- tag1.html
    |   |   |-- tag2.html
    |   |   |-- tag3.html
    |   `-- tutorials
    |       |-- Awesome_Tutorial_1.html
    |       |-- Tutorial_2.html
    `-- tests
        |-- broken-link-check.py
        |-- dead-link-checker.py
        |-- spell-check.py
        |-- w3-validate.sh
        `-- words-to-ignore.txt
I have a `src` directory with my content, which is written in markdown. The
`inc` directory gets copied over to the output folder, it has the css, js,
images and other static content. The `out` folder is the folder where ingsoc
puts its generated html.
### Content
A content item is a markdown file, with a yaml header. The header looks like
    title: "Example Title"
    author: "John Doe"
    category: "software"
    date: "29-06-2015"
    lastupdate: "05-10-2019"
    summary: "This is a great article about some stuff related to Lorum Ipsum. The summary of this article is even more awesome."
      - example
      - lorum
      - ipsum
      - tag
Then below the three dashes (`---`) the actual markdown content is placed. The
`category` item is what also end up in the menu. The date and summary are used
in the RSS. The summary is the only field which is not required.
There is a post generation step in which the css and generated html are
minified. The `minify: False` optional option (default is True) allows a page to
be excluded from the minification.
### Configuration
There is also a `config.yml` file. It looks like this:
    title: "Awesome Website"
    subtitle: "Awesome Slogan!"
    rootdir: "./src"
    outdir: "out"
    incfolder: "./inc"
    breadcrumbs: "yes"
    tags: "yes"
    rsstitle: "Awesome Website RSS Feed"
    rssdescr: "The Awesome Website RSS feed, all about awesome stuff"
    rssurl: "https://raymii.org/s/"
    homepagetext: >


        This is the most awesome site on the entire internet.
The `homepagetext` item is the raw html code which is put on the index.html
code. the `tags` and `breadcrumbs` are used to define if tags and breadcrumbs
should be generated and placed or not.
### Requirements
  * python 2.7+ (fully Python 3 compatible)
  * [Sundown/Misaka][2]
  * dateutils
  * [pyyaml][3]
The minification also requires the `cssmin` and `htmlmin.minify` modules. It is
fully threaded, minifying at least 4 pages at once.
To install them in a standard ubuntu/debian:
    sudo apt-get install python-pip
and then:
    sudo pip install misaka pyyaml dateutils
   [1]: https://raymii.org/s/tags/ingsoc.html
   [2]: https://github.com/FSX/misaka
   [3]: http://pyyaml.org/
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