NanoBlogger 3.3 reviewDownload
NanoBlogger is a small weblog engine written in Bash that uses common UNIX tools such as cat, grep and sed.
NanoBlogger is a small weblog engine written in Bash that uses common UNIX tools such as cat, grep and sed. It's free to use and modify under the GNU General Public License.
NanoBlogger has an intuitive commandline interface and supports multiple weblogs.
intuitive commandline interface
support for multiple weblogs
support for multiple categories
easy editing and management of entries
archiving by category, entry, and month
RSS syndication (comes with RSS 1.0 (RDF) format)
Atom syndication (comes with 0.3 format)
templates and CSS style sheets for full control of appearance
placeholders for easy template manipulation
plugins for calendar, recent entries, weblog status, fortunes, etc.
auto-formatting, e.g. line breaks translate to HTML
support for relative and absolute links
extensibility through parts (e.g. news.htm, 2003-06.htm)
global configuration to set defaults (nb.conf)
per-weblog configuration to override global defaults (blog.conf)
auto-detection of weblog from current directory
no dependency on any special database (uses flat-file)
multi-platform portability (or wherever there's bash)
Support for user plugins
Fix: command line parsing prevented mixing order of arguments
Fix: some fonts displayed poorly on other platforms
Fix: edited entries updated regardless of modification
Patch (#351596 at bugs.debian.org) calendar output
Modularized extra language support and docs as separate downloads
Support for changing chronological order.
NanoBlogger 3.3 keywords