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BLAZE-MAKE(1)						    BlazeBlogger Documentation						     BLAZE-MAKE(1)

NAME
blaze-make - generates a blog from the BlazeBlogger repository SYNOPSIS
blaze-make [-cpqrIFPTV] [-b directory] [-d directory] blaze-make -h|-v DESCRIPTION
blaze-make reads the BlazeBlogger repository, and generates a complete directory tree of static pages, including blog posts, single pages, monthly and yearly archives, tags, and even an RSS feed. OPTIONS
-b directory, --blogdir directory Allows you to specify a directory in which the BlazeBlogger repository is placed. The default option is a current working directory. -d directory, --destdir directory Allows you to specify a directory in which the generated blog is to be placed. The default option is a current working directory. -c, --no-css Disables creating a style sheet. -I, --no-index Disables creating the index page. -p, --no-posts Disables creating blog posts. -P, --no-pages Disables creating pages. -T, --no-tags Disables creating tags. -r, --no-rss Disables creating the RSS feed. -F, --full-paths Enables including page names in generated links. -q, --quiet Disables displaying of unnecessary messages. -V, --verbose Enables displaying of all messages, including a list of created files. -h, --help Displays usage information and exits. -v, --version Displays version information and exits. FILES
.blaze/theme/ A directory containing blog themes. .blaze/style/ A directory containing style sheets. .blaze/lang/ A directory containing language files. EXAMPLE USAGE
Generate a blog in a current working directory: ~]$ blaze-make Done. Generate a blog in the "~/public_html/" directory: ~]$ blaze-make -d ~/public_html Done. Generate a blog with full paths enabled: ~]$ blaze-make -F Done. SEE ALSO
blaze-init(1), blaze-config(1), blaze-add(1) BUGS
To report a bug or to send a patch, please, add a new issue to the bug tracker at <http://code.google.com/p/blazeblogger/issues/>, or visit the discussion group at <http://groups.google.com/group/blazeblogger/>. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2009-2011 Jaromir Hradilek This program is free software; see the source for copying conditions. It is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Version 1.2.0 2012-03-05 BLAZE-MAKE(1)

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BLAZE-EDIT(1)						    BlazeBlogger Documentation						     BLAZE-EDIT(1)

NAME
blaze-edit - edits a blog post or a page in the BlazeBlogger repository SYNOPSIS
blaze-edit [-fpqCPV] [-b directory] [-E editor] id blaze-edit -h|-v DESCRIPTION
blaze-edit opens an existing blog post or a page with the specified id in an external text editor. Note that there are several special forms and placeholders that can be used in the text, and that will be replaced with a proper data when the blog is generated. Special Forms <!-- break --> A mark to delimit a blog post synopsis. Placeholders %root% A relative path to the root directory of the blog. %home% A relative path to the index page of the blog. %page[id]% A relative path to a page with the supplied id. %post[id]% A relative path to a blog post with the supplied id. %tag[name]% A relative path to a tag with the supplied name. OPTIONS
-b directory, --blogdir directory Allows you to specify a directory in which the BlazeBlogger repository is placed. The default option is a current working directory. -E editor, --editor editor Allows you to specify an external text editor. When supplied, this option overrides the relevant configuration option. -p, --page Tells blaze-edit to edit a page or pages. -P, --post Tells blaze-edit to edit a blog post or blog posts. This is the default option. -f, --force Tells blaze-edit to create an empty source file in case it does not already exist. If the core.processor option is enabled, this file is used as the input to be processed by the selected application. -C, --no-processor Disables processing a blog post or page with an external application. -q, --quiet Disables displaying of unnecessary messages. -V, --verbose Enables displaying of all messages. This is the default option. -h, --help Displays usage information and exits. -v, --version Displays version information and exits. ENVIRONMENT
EDITOR Unless the core.editor option is set, BlazeBlogger tries to use system-wide settings to decide which editor to use. EXAMPLE USAGE
Edit a blog post in an external text editor: ~]$ blaze-edit 10 Edit a page in an external text editor: ~]$ blaze-edit -p 4 Edit a page in nano: ~]$ blaze-edit -p 2 -E nano SEE ALSO
blaze-config(1), blaze-add(1), blaze-list(1) BUGS
To report a bug or to send a patch, please, add a new issue to the bug tracker at <http://code.google.com/p/blazeblogger/issues/>, or visit the discussion group at <http://groups.google.com/group/blazeblogger/>. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2008-2011 Jaromir Hradilek This program is free software; see the source for copying conditions. It is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Version 1.2.0 2012-03-05 BLAZE-EDIT(1)

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