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- Available Commands
- Configuration Parameters
- Available Bindings During Page Evaluation
- To Do
A static website compiler
Since there is no native Markdown parser available in Chicken at the moment, you'll also have to have a markdown program available in your PATH to use Markdown in your pages.
Hyde can be run through the hyde executable contained in this egg.
A website is, in Hyde's sense, a directory containing at least a hyde.scm file. This file is evaluated before any command and can be used to set parameters or define helper functions. It should also contain a directory of source files (unless the (source-dir) parameter points somewhere outside the current directory). Invoking the compilation process will recursively traverse (source-dir) and do one of the following things for each file it finds:
- If the file's extension is unknown to hyde, copy the file to the same relative path within (output-dir) unchanged.
- If the file's extension is known to hyde, translate its contents, possibly wrap the result in one or more layouts and write it to the same relative path within (output-dir), possibly changing its extension.
In the latter case, the translator used is determined by the source file's extension (see translators for a list of available translators). Before translation, the file is (read), i.e. the first s-expression in the file is read from it. This s-expression must be an alist (or a null list) holding arbitrary page-vars which are made available within the page's as well as the layouts' evaluation environment. This can be used to set a page title, for example. The rest of the file is considered the page's body and is left to be translated by the translator.
Hyde's functionality is probably best understood by an example session. Let's start by initializing a site:
$ mkdir cool-site $ cd cool-site $ hyde init creating layouts creating src creating out creating hyde.scm creating layouts/default.sxml
We now have a basic site structure. The next step would probably be to add some pages, so let's start by creating an index page in markdown format:
$ hyde new md index src/index.md $ cat src/index.md ((title . "index"))
As you can see, Hyde created the source file and inserted the file name as a page-var called title, too (actually it's the other way around: the argument for hyde new is the title and Hyde transforms this into a suitable file name, i.e. it removes special chars and substitutes spaces with dashes). This is handy as the default layout uses this to fill the <title> tag in the resulting HTML document:
$ cat layouts/default.sxml () `((xhtml-1.0-strict) (html (head (title ,($ 'title))) (body (h1 ,($ 'title)) (inject ,contents))))
As we can lean from that example, page-vars can be referred to through the $ function which is made available by Hyde in the environment which SXML (ans SCSS) pages are evaluated in. Also note the inject transformation rule which allows injection of unescaped HTML into the document. Finally, the variable contents contains the translated page contents (see Available Bindings During Page Evaluation).
Let's add a little content to our page and compile the site:
$ echo 'Hey, welcome to my cool site!' >> src/index.md $ hyde cleaning output directory preparing compilation compiling pages * index.md -> index.html
$ cat out/index.html <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"> <html> <head> <title>index</title></head> <body> <h1>index</h1><p>Hey, welcome to my cool site!</p> </body></html>
As you can see, Hyde renamed index.md to index.html. This can be changed through the default-extension or by adding a page-var ext to the page:
$ cat src/index.md ((title . "index") (ext . "xml")) Hey, welcome to my cool site!
$ hyde cleaning output directory preparing compilation compiling pages * index.md -> index.xml
The hyde executable understands the following commands:
- hyde init
- Initializes a site in the current directory
- hyde new <page-type> [<title> ...]
- Creates a new page with the given page type and title
- hyde serve
- Serves the current site with spiffy, (re-)compiling the site on each request (useful for development)
- Compiles the current site
The following parameters are available to configure hyde's behavior. They are usually set in a site's hyde.scm.
source-dir[parameter] (source-dir [dir])
The directory in which source pages are kept. Default: "src"
layouts-dir[parameter] (layouts-dir [dir])
The directory in which layouts are kept. Default: "layouts"
output-dir[parameter] (output-dir [dir])
The directory compilation results will be written to. Default: "out"
default-layouts[parameter] (default-layouts [layouts])
A list of default layouts which are applied when no other is specified. Default: '("default.sxml")
clean-before-build[parameter] (clean-before-build [bool])
Indicates whether to purge the output-dir before compilation or not. Default: #t
excluded-paths[parameter] (excluded-paths [regexes])
A list of regular expressions matching paths which are to be ignored when compiling. Default: `((irregex (seq "~" eos)))
default-extension[parameter] (default-extension [extension])
The file extension to use for compiled pages which don't explicitly specify an extension. Default: "html"
default-page-vars[parameter] (default-page-vars [page-vars])
An alist of page-vars which are available by default. Default: '()
page-eval-env[parameter] (page-eval-env [env])
The environment for evaluating SXML and SCSS files. Default: (environment-copy (interaction-environment) #t)
translators[parameter] (translators [translators-alist])
An alist of source language translators indexed by file extensions. Default:
`(("sxml" . ,hyde#translate/sxml) ("scss" . ,hyde#translate/scss) ("md" . ,hyde#translate/markdown))
Available Bindings During Page Evaluation
In pages which are evaluated as Scheme (currently SXML and SCSS pages), the following bindings are available:
$[procedure] ($ page-var)
Returns the value of page-var (a symbol identifiying the page-var) or #f if no page-var of that name exists.
An alist of all available pages in the following format:
<pages> ::= ((<relative-source-file-path> <absolute-uri-path> <page-vars>) ...) <relative-source-file-path> ::= the page file path relative to (source-dir) <absolute-uri-path> ::= the absolute URI path of the compiled page (i.e. the target file path relative to (output-dir) prefixed with "/") <page-vars> ::= an alist of page-vars for this page
The translated contents of the current page. Only available in layouts.
- document layout nesting
- change default extension to be an alist mapping source extensions to target extensions
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