Matedi creates static HTML webpages from Tedi sources.

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README.md

Matedi

Matedi is another static web page generator. It reads files in tedi format and writes HTML files.

Compilation

In order to compile matedi you need following software packages:

  • GCC compiler (C++ version)
  • Meson library
  • Use Makefile because C++17 and "" not working well for now.

    -You can use make for building the program but I recommend you to use Meson. Makefile is only for older or limited resources devices. -To compile and install run:

    • meson matedi/
    • ninja

    Installation

    To install run:

    ninja install
    

    Usage

    Add tedi sources to parts. Add .matedi or header and end files. You can read a .matedi example at src/.matedi

    More information

    For additional information about the project matedi visit alkeon web site:

    https://autistici.org/alkeon/