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  1. 6
      engine/dev.sh
  2. 4
      src/css/y.css
  3. 20
      src/posts/0018-makefile-as-static-site-builder-follow-up/index.org

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engine/dev.sh

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#!/bin/bash
set -e
tmux \
new-session './engine/serve.sh' \; \
split-window './engine/auto-build.sh' \;

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src/css/y.css

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html {
font-family: Georgia, serif;
font-size: 16px;
font-size: 18px;
line-height: calc(1ex/0.37);
}
#TOC {text-align: left;}
@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ hr { opacity: 0.3; }
#preamble, #postamble { text-align: center; }
#content,.content,#postamble {
padding: 0 1rem;
max-width: 70ch;
max-width: 62ch;
overflow: hidden;
margin: 0 auto;
}

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src/posts/0018-makefile-as-static-site-builder-follow-up/index.org

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#+TITLE: Efficient Static Site Build with make
#+TITLE: Fast Static Site with make
#+DESCRIPTION: A deeper view of my static site builder Makefile
#+KEYWORDS: blog static
#+AUTHOR: Yann Esposito
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A few goal reached by my current build system are:
1. Source file format agnostic. You can use markdown, org-mode or even
1. Be fast, try to make as few work as possible.
I don't want to rebuild all the html pages if I only change one file.
2. Source file format agnostic. You can use markdown, org-mode or even
directly writing html.
2. Support gemini
3. Optimize size: minify HTML, CSS, images
4. Generate an index page listing the posts
5. Generate RSS/atom feed (for both gemini and http)
3. Support gemini
4. Optimize size: minify HTML, CSS, images
5. Generate an index page listing the posts
6. Generate RSS/atom feed (for both gemini and http)
So make will just take care of handling the dependency graph to minimize
=make= will take care of handling the dependency graph to minimize
the amount of effort when a change occurs in the sources.
But for some features, I built specifics tools.
For some features, I built specifics small shell scripts.
For example to be absolutely agnostic in the source format for my articles
I generate the RSS out of a tree of HTML files.
But taking advantage of Make, I generate an index cache to transform those
But taking advantage of =make=, I generate an index cache to transform those
HTML into XML which will be faster to use to build different indexes.
To make those transformations I use very short a shell scripts.

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