pelican(1) tool to generate a static blog


usage: pelican [-h] [-t THEME] [-o OUTPUT] [-s SETTINGS] [-d] [-v] [-q] [-D]
[--version] [-r] [--relative-urls] [--cache-path CACHE_PATH] [--ignore-cache] [-w SELECTED_PATHS] [path]

A tool to generate a static blog, with restructured text input files.

positional arguments:

Path where to find the content files. (default: None)

optional arguments:

-h, --help
show this help message and exit
-t THEME, --theme-path THEME
Path where to find the theme templates. If not specified, it will use the default one included with pelican. (default: None)
-o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
Where to output the generated files. If not specified, a directory will be created, named "output" in the current path. (default: None)
-s SETTINGS, --settings SETTINGS
The settings of the application, this is automatically set to if a file exists with this name. (default: None)
-d, --delete-output-directory
Delete the output directory. (default: None)
-v, --verbose
Show all messages. (default: None)
-q, --quiet
Show only critical errors. (default: None)
-D, --debug
Show all messages, including debug messages. (default: None)
Print the pelican version and exit.
-r, --autoreload
Relaunch pelican each time a modification occurs on the content files. (default: False)
Use relative urls in output, useful for site development (default: False)
--cache-path CACHE_PATH
Directory in which to store cache files. If not specified, defaults to "cache". (default: None)
Ignore content cache from previous runs by not loading cache files. (default: False)
Comma separated list of selected paths to write (default: None)