Rewrote pyssg again

I’ve been wanting to change the way pyssg reads config files and generates HTML files so that it is more flexible and I don’t need to have 2 separate build commands and configs (for blog and art), and also to handle other types of “sites”; because pyssg was built with blogging in mind, so it was a bit limited to how it could be used. So I had to kind of rewrite pyssg, and with the latest version I can now generate the whole site and use the same templates for everything, quite neat for my use case.

Anyways, so I bought a new domain for all pyssg related stuff, mostly because I wanted somewhere to test live builds while developing, it is of course; as of now it is the same template, CSS and scripts that I use here, probably will change in the future. I’ll be testing new features and anything pyssg related stuff.

I should start pointing all links to pyssg to the actual site instead of the github repository (or my git repository), but I haven’t decided how to handle everything.

By David Luévano

Created: Tue, Dec 20, 2022 @ 04:31 UTC

Modified: Sat, May 06, 2023 @ 12:26 UTC