This is an example Newcomen project. You may use it as a starting point to create your own blog or website. This example project also contains some useful information regarding the structure of an Newcomen project and the article source files.
More information can be found in the API documentation, please see the Newcomen homepage.
The example project
This example project contains the following subdirectories:
||Contains the article source files.|
||Used to cache files, e.g. compiled templates.|
||Contains the configuration file
||Output directory for the generated files.|
||Contains static files, e.g. CSS.|
||Contains the page templates.|
All these locations may be changed in the configuration file, with the exception of the configuration directory and the configuration file itself. Note that when changing a directory name more than one option may need to be modified!
Please see the documentation of the example configuration file in the API documentation.
To build the example project, install Newcomen, go to the
project’s root directory and run
newcomen (modify the paths below as
~/Newcomen$ cd intro ~/Newcomen/intro$ newcomen
There should be no output unless an error occurs. As mentioned above,
the generated files will be saved in the
output folder. Simply open
the file output/index.html with your browser, there is no need
for an HTTP server.