Hobix - flexible generation of static blogs
hobix command [weblog-name] [command-options]
Hobix is a complete blogging system, designed to be managed on the file
system and accessed through a command-line application. It brings
together Textile, YAML and erb to create a powerful system for static
generation of blog sites.
General Hobix commands:
Checks for Hobix upgrades and upgrades when there is a new
version. This command is disabled when using the Debian package
The following commands can be used for managing the weblogs known to
add weblog-name /path/to/hobix.yaml
Adds a pre-existing Hobix weblog to your list.
blogs List your weblogs.
create weblog-name /path/to/
Create a brand new weblog.
Remove weblog from your list.
druby Start the DRuby daemon for weblogs in your config.
The following commands are Hobix weblog specific:
Edit weblog’s configuration
list weblog-name search/path
List all posts within a given path.
patch weblog-name patch-name
Applies a patch to a weblog.
post weblog-name shortName
Add or edit a post with identifier ’shortName’. (You can use
paths, for example: ‘blog/weddings/anotherPatheticWedding’)
Regenerate the all the pages throughout the site.
Update site with only the latest changes.
See also the Textile format that can be used in your weblog entries at
Hobix was written by Why The Lucky Stiff <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Paul van Tilburg <email@example.com>
for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
Apr 15 2005