bashblog is a simple blog system written in a single bash script.
Download, run, write, done!
bashblog is free and open source software.
- Ultra simple usage: Just type a post with your favorite editor and the script does the rest. No templating.
- No installation required. Download bb.sh and start blogging.
- Zero dependencies. It runs just on base utils (date, basename, grep, sed, head, etc).
- Linux, BSD and Mac OS X compatible out of the box, no need for GNU coreutils on a Mac. It does some magic to autodetect which command switches it needs to run depending on your system.
- All content is static. You only need shell access to a machine with a public web folder. Tip: advanced users could mount a remote public folder via ftpfs and run this script locally.
- Allows drafts, includes a simple but clean stylesheet, generates the RSS file automatically.
- Support for tags/categories.
- Support for Markdown, Disqus comments, Twitter, Feedburner, Google Analytics.
- Everything stored in a single ~1k lines bash script.
Developer: Carlos Fenollosa
License: GNU General Public License, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version
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