awful-static-pages provides a library and a command line application to generate static pages out of awful dynamic pages which respond to the GET method.
- awful (>= 0.40.0)
- (generate-static-pages! directory #!key resources) procedure
Generates static pages into directory based on the resources resources table. If resources is not provided, awful's resources table is used.
- (index-file ["index.html"]) parameter
The default index file to be created when the resource is a directory.
The default is "index.html".
- (request-pages ['()]) parameter
A list of page paths to be requested. That's useful when you have resource matches which can match an arbitrary (possibly infinite) number of inputs. For example, matches implemented as regexes or procedures.
The default value is '().
The command line tool is basically a wrapper over generate-static-pages!:
$ awful-static-pages --help Usage: awful-static-pages [ --config=<config file> ] <app1 app2 ... appn> <output dir>
Here's an usage example:
$ cat test-app.scm
(use awful regex srfi-13) (define-page "/foo" (lambda () "foo")) (define-page "/bar" (lambda () "bar")) (define-page "/baz" (lambda () "baz")) (define-page "/1/2/3/4" (lambda () "4")) (define-page (regexp "/regex/[0-9]") (lambda (path) (->string path))) (define-page (lambda (path) (and (string-prefix? "/procedure" path) (list path))) (lambda (path) path))
$ cat test-conf.scm
(use awful-static-pages) (request-pages '("/regex/3" "/regex/7" "/procedure/foo" ))
$ awful-static-pages --config=test-conf.scm test-app.scm static Writing static/baz/index.html Writing static/foo/index.html Writing static/procedure/foo/index.html Writing static/bar/index.html Writing static/regex/3/index.html Writing static/regex/7/index.html Writing static/1/2/3/4/index.html
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- Handle procedures and regex objects when sorting resources to write files (bug introduced in version 0.1.3)
- Sort resources to get a deterministic order when writing files
- Make awful-static-pages compatible with both awful's resource table formats (0.42.0 and previous)
- Fixed build of the command line application and tests
- Initial release