About me: My name is Solène Rapenne. I like learning and sharing my knowledge related to IT stuff. Hobbies: '(BSD OpenBSD h+ Lisp cmdline gaming internet-stuff). I love percent and lambda characters. OpenBSD developer solene@.

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New cl-yag version

Written by Solène, on 12 October 2018.
Tags: #cl-yag #unix

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My website/gopherhole static generator cl-yag has been updated today, and see its first release!

New feature added today is that the gopher output now supports an index menu of tags, and a menu for each tags displaying articles tagged by that tag. The gopher output was a bit of a second class citizen before this, only listing articles.

New release v1.00 can be downloaded here (sha512 sum 53839dfb52544c3ac0a3ca78d12161fee9bff628036d8e8d3f54c11e479b3a8c5effe17dd3f21cf6ae4249c61bfbc8585b1aa5b928581a6b257b268f66630819). Code can be cloned with git: git://bitreich.org/cl-yag

New cl-yag version

Written by Solène, on 21 January 2017.
Tags: #lisp #cl-yag

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Today I just updated my tool cl-yag that implies a slightly change on my website. Now, on the top of this blog, you can see a link “Index of articles”. This page only display articles titles, without any text from the article.

Cl-yag is a tool to generate static website like this one. It’s written in Common LISP. For reminder, it’s also capable of producing both html and gopher output now.

If you don’t know what Gopher is, you will learn a lot reading the following links Wikipedia : Gopher (Protocol) and Why is gopher still relevant