Hugo is a static site generator written in GoLang. It is optimized for speed, easy use and configurability. Hugo takes a directory with content and templates and renders them into a full html website.
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Sculpin is a static site generator written in PHP. It converts Markdown files and formats Twig templates into a set of static HTML files that can be easily deployed.
A simple Ruby Gem to bootstrap dependencies for setting up and maintaining a local Jekyll environment in sync with GitHub Pages.
USSM is a static web site compiler. It generates a complete web site from a hierarchy of text files.
Blatter is a tiny tool for creating and publishing static web sites built from dynamic templates.
[A] blog editor for your Jekyll blog, heavily inspired by Svbtle and Obvtse.
PyGreen is a simple tool to generate small web sites. The concept is to put all files to serve in a folder and invoke the Mako template engine on all .html files. The result is quite similar to a classic PHP application, but with the good features of the Mako templates (like inheritance) and the cool syntax of Python.
wpXml2Jekyll is a tool that converts your Wordpress XML file to individual Jekyll & Octopress compatible markdown posts.
A fast, simple & powerful blog framework, powered by Node.js.
With quick deployment to Github Pages or Heroku, and plugins ported from Octopress.
What is phog? A static-site generator along the lines of Jekyll, Volt, nanoc etc. but for the purpose of generating image & video galleries and photo blogs. It’s not a general purpose blogging engine — galleries are the main focus.
Serif is the result of trying to find a suitably simple way of publishing blog posts. It’s file-based, but comes with a clean interface that sits atop its core.
I really like the approach developer Adam Prescott has taken here—all the advantages of a static site generator combined with a no-fuss web-based front-end.
Benjen is a tiny static blog generator. At its heart is a <100 line Python script, which takes in your templates and blog entries and produces a static site.
A Bash script that handles blog posting.
Some would say it’s a CMS, but I don’t like that word. It’s just a script that lets you write a blog post with your favorite editor, puts all the posts together into an index, and creates an RSS file and a list of posts.