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An easy system for generating (and local development of) static sites, using variables and templates.
$ npm install -g serenity
Note: may require sudo to install globally!
Running the serenity command will immediately start watching the current directory and build the site within ./_site. It will also serve the site on localhost:4000.
|--no-server||If specified, no server will be started and the process will exit after generating the site.|
|-p||--port||Number. Specify the port for the server to use, defaults to 4000.|
|-v||--version||Print the current version of serenity|
|-a||--asset_host||Define an asset host (such as a CDN) for all compiled assets|
|-l||--live_load||Generate assets on the fly as they're requested, rather than generating the entire site every time there's a change (default: false)|
|-w||--watch||Watch the current directory for changes and regenerate (default: true)|
|-c||--convert||Boolean. Default false. This will attempt to convert a Jekyll static site into a Serenity one. Very beta. BEWARE!|
Configuration options can also be specified in a file named serenity.js in the root of your directory. Usage and options for this can be seen in the