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file time data
set of utilities print file time data to standard output
They have been broken down due to portability considerations.
The utilities are:
lat - last access time
lmt - last modification time
lct - last change time
They all accept an optional -f argument that allow setting the format
of the displayed time in
$ lmt README
Fri Sep 4 17:53:46 EEST 2020 README
The default format is %a %b %e %H:%M:%S %Z %Y, it can be isolated
from the filename by piping to cut -d' ' -f1-7:
mkws looks really interesting, I'll check it out :D
Finally started playing around with mkws,
Lots of fun! :-)
I can’t express how happy I am to have a decent shell SSG.
You are now truly one of my heroes.
mkws is to be considered a proof-of-concept
The best parts of mkws
are the simplicity and the ability to tweak the script for your use
case. Putting everything in one binary or adding a bunch of extra
features like a web server would add unnecessary complication.
mkws for mine is both small and
minimal, but not remotely limiting, and packs a punch because
sh works surprisingly well as a templating language.
mkws uses shell scripting as templating, which is not a syntactic
Love the idea of mkws! Together with a
class-less CSS lib like new.css this
seems like a great way to get some content online fast and efficiently.
Wow, such simple yet useful idea. Great job! yes
[...]I’d like to have it
packaged for Void Linux[...] :)
[...]great work [...]! I was looking for something as simple
and extensible as mkws, after trying other static site
generators like hugo, zola, ... often great but too difficult to
I like the general idea. The more I think about it, shell script is
sort of a natural fit for templating.[...]Your code is great. It's very
concise and only does what it needs to do.
All kinds of nope. Dynamic typing being the preference of web devs is
bad, but stringly typed is insanely worse.
Wrong tool for the job.
Edit: looks like this entire thread came to the same conclusion