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Hablo is a minimalist tool written to generate a simple blog structure from markdown articles.
Its key principles are to keep your blog a collection of markdown files while being completely static, leveraging the fediverse to handle comments. The best image you can have of a hablo blog is a HTML/JS article viewer. Despite this heavy usage of JS, it strives to provide a clean site that can still be displayed if JS is disabled and used to get links to the markdown files themselves.
Hablo is written in haskell and uses cabal for installation. The following instructions assume your version of cabal is fairly recent (≥ 1.24) please adapt them if you're running an older version of it, for instance on a Debian Jessie (the same command without the
new- prefix roughly work but you might want to use sandboxes — read about it).
Simple install with cabal
Just issue the following line in a terminal
cabal new-install hablo
Alternatively, if you prefer to do things yourself you can do a
Simple install with nix
Want to give hablo a quick try using nix ?
nix-env -f 'https://git.marvid.fr/Tissevert/mynixpkgs/archive/main.tar.gz' -i hablo
Visit my Nix packages for a more declarative setup.
Manual install from this repository
Get a copy of this repository
git clone https://git.marvid.fr/Tissevert/hablo.git
Build the binary
cabal new-update cabal new-build
Install the result
cabal new-install hablo
cd /tmp git clone https://git.marvid.fr/Tissevert/UnitJS.git cd UnitJS mkdir -p ~/.sjw cp -r src/ ~/.sjw/unitJS
Using hablo (tutorials)
Wanna give it a try ? Start by generating your blog
Want to see your blog in a web browser ? How about reading a bit about deployment to get your local environment ready or setup a publicly available one ?
A bit of stretching (how-to)
Got the basics ? Wondering how to turn the dummy blog project you've created into a magnificent blog ? You should read about customization.
Exploring things in depth
If you know everything you need to start your blog and use hablo, here are some full references to help you when you need a precise description of how some option works or what metadata you can include in your articles.
If you want a more general view of the project to understand its background and the logic behind the way the various options work, read about the architectural choices