Miril Gains Plack Support, Command-Line Interface, and More

A fresh new release of my pet project, Miril, is already on CPAN. Miril is the content management system that powers this blog: read about why Miril was created or have a look at some screenshots.

Here is a breakdown of the notable changes:

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Miril Is a Little More Developer-Friendly Now

A string of health problems kept me from coding and blogging for more than a month but I am finally back on track now and starting to work on my projects again.

I just released a new version of Miril, the static content management system, to CPAN, and while it does not contain any new features, it has seen a great deal of refactoring to make the code easier to read, as well as the addition of some developer documentation in Miril::Hacking. Hopefully this would make it a bit easier for others to join in.

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Miril Screenshots

Everybody likes screenshots, so here are some of Miril, the static content management system written in perl:

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Announcing Miril, a Static Content Management System in Modern Perl

I am proud to announce the availability on CPAN of my latest project, Miril. Miril is a static content management system - it takes data from some source, e.g. a database or plain-text files, and generates static html. What makes Miril different from other tools that do a similar job (such as ruby's Jekyll or homegrown solutions using the Template Toolkit), is that it provides a nice user interface for editing and managing content and you can safely install it for non-geeks to use.

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