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RDocSite is a tool to create websites. Several mechanisms are provided to allow you to concentrate on the contents:
The code has been hidden for long in thekode.net/misc. It’s now officially released as 0.0.1RC3: rdocsite-0.0.1rc3b.tar.gz. I tend to use very low version numbers, despite being 0.0.1, it’s AFAIK reasonably bug-free (a couple active users for several months, it’s been a long time since I had a bug report), and the documentation is fairly OK. However, it’s not polished, in the sense that it is sometimes assumed that you understand how it works (for instance, when an error occurs while processing a node, rdocsite will terminate & show the exception, instead of rescueing and printing a friendly message).
It is included in the tarball (the docs are written in rdocsite and will be built on install).
Here’s a copy of the docs included with the sources:
I’m using Ruby’s for your/my convenience. I’m no license facist.