haiku - Another static site generator.

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Haiku compiles Markdown, Mustache, and any of your other assets to a static site via a CLI or a Node.js code API. This project is very much still a WIP. If you want to contribute hit me up on github or irc. Create an instance of haiku using the src path or an options object, if the options or src are omitted the defaults described below are applied.

http://haiku.io

Dependencies:

command-router : 0.0.6
hogan.js : ~2.0.0
errno : ~0.1.0
graceful-fs : ~2.0.1
prr : 0.0.0
powerwalk : ~0.1.5
mime : ~1.2.11
front-matter : ~0.1.5
through2 : ~0.4.1
marked : ~0.3.0
string-humanize : ~1.0.0
string-capitalize : ~1.0.1
xtend : ~2.1.2
st : ~0.3.1
mkdirp : ~0.3.5
rimraf : ~2.2.6
ncp : ~0.5.0

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