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Atlas48's Neocites Archives

Welcome to the technical documentation for my Neocities page, which also contains a rudimentary static site generator cobbled together out of unix tools, and Ruby scripts, that I've taken to calling the "tape-and-string" framework for obvious reasons.


All markup is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license.

Any runnable computer code or Sass/CSS definitions are licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0

All fonts belong to their respective owners.



You will need the following tools to render and upload the site


Wraps for the most part.

Makefile Options


Lists all components in a heading-annotated list


Lists markup files, sass files, directories, and other files respectively.


Removes the out/ directory that is generated on running of

The primary worker script, sets up the directory structure, transpiles the markup, then the Sass, then copies the contents of in/ to out/