Nanoc - A powerful web publishing system

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Nanoc is a static-site generator, fit for building anything from a small personal blog to a large corporate website. It is a tool that transforms content from one format, such as Markdown or AsciiDoc, into another format, usually HTML, and lays out pages so that the site’s look and feel is consistent across all pages. Static sites can be deployed to any web server. Static site normally fast, secure and versionable.

http://nanoc.ws
https://github.com/nanoc/nanoc

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