Static website generators?


#1

Are there any static site generators people particularly like that are written in OCaml? I’m about to set up a web site for the NYC Formal Verification meetup and now that I’m an OCamler using a Ruby based one seems wrong. :slight_smile:


#2

Hi ! I know :

Personnaly, I use Hakyll (in Haskell).


#3

Canopy is a PoC which uses MirageOS’s framework. It stills experimental and you need to pin irmin and a branch of it but it works :slight_smile: ! If you are interesting by it, we can do something to be usable by people.


#4

https://github.com/Armael/stone

I wouldn’t particularly recommend using it; it is quite basic, and I’m not convinced by its design anymore. It should still work though (I use it for my webpage).


#5

I use Canopy on https://hannes.nqsb.io (with an old irmin, and some branch of Canopy). Once irmin 2.0 is released, this should be in a better shape :slight_smile:

Canopy itself uses omd (https://github.com/ocaml/omd/); other generators are https://github.com/mirage/ocaml-cow/ (IIUC deprecated, but still used for mirage.io) and https://github.com/samoht/ramen


#6

Logarion is written in Ocaml.

https://logarion.orbitalfox.eu/start-your-own-logarion-archive.html