A few months ago Magnar Sveen released Stasis. A minimalistic Clojure library for generating static pages. I tried it out and decided, hey, this is pretty cool, I can use this, and probably also learn a bit of Clojure in the process (been doing Clojure on and off for the last year or so.)
It's taken some time, I've been pretty busy lately and have only been able to put in a few hours in the evenings now and then - but, it's ready! Or at least ready enough to crank out a few initial pages. There's still lots to do, but, release early and iterate I guess :)
The code is over at Github if you're interested: Bløggr-clj.
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