Commits

Author Commit Message Labels Comments Date
Christos Kontas
Fix code block at README
Christos Kontas
Use syntax highlighting at README
Fred T-H
Moving to rebar3
Fred T-H
Beating the code rot
Fred T-H
merge from default
Branches
stable
Fred T-H
removing Erlang release restrictions
Fred T-H
Merge from default
Branches
stable
Fred T-H
fixing RSS title through regular escape filter
Fred T-H
Fixing dependencies The new repository for markdown should fix errors happening before. Also using a stable point for markdown, and a typo fix in documentation.
Fred T-H
fixing auto-compile
Fred T-H
merge from stable
Fred T-H
update readme
Branches
stable
Fred T-H
changing to a nicer structure
Branches
stable
Fred T-H
Updating the rel file to handle the newer blogerl version
Branches
stable
Fred T-H
merge
Branches
stable
Fred T-H
Returning to main markdown implementation Version changes have been merged there and there is no reason to keep using the ferd fork.
Fred T-H
Merge from stable, after creating stable.
Fred T-H
updating minor version
Branches
stable
Fred T-H
reworking to make work with rebar without agner
Fred T-H
fixing RSS limits and entry sorting
Fred T-H
Abstracting away titles and dates This fix makes it so titles and dates for blog entries can be injected straight in the base template and overwritten on demand. The values are taken from the blog's index to avoid duplication of information. This introduces reserved variables under the name 'meta' that will be injected by blogerl into the namespace we have.
Fred T-H
fixing markdown format for bitbucket compatibility
Fred T-H
adding README
Fred T-H
ignoring stuff right
Fred T-H
Initial commit This ports ports and refactors the blog engine used for fred.ca so that it can be used for more general projects. This refactoring also adds basic support for markdown syntax to be used within the ErlyDTL templates by wrapping them in {% markdown %} {% endmarkdown %} tags (which can not be nested). Moreover, I've included a build system to create a release so custom binaries can be generated for…