== Webby
     by Tim Pease
     http://webby.rubyforge.org

== Description

Webby builds websites. It's not a framework. It's not a webserver.  
It's not a content management system.

Webby builds websites very, very well.

Webby will take text files written in your favorite markup language,  
combine them with some fancy layouts, and output HTML files. You can  
upload these HTML files to a webserver, and PRESTO!!!  There's your  
website!

Webby makes it dead simple to do all this.

Webby has documentation (in progress).

Webby has friends:

   http://www.codefluency.com/
   http://lug.boulder.co.us/
   http://webby.rubyforge.org/
   http://www.pea53.com/    <-- my personal site that is still just  
Lorem Ipsum right now <sigh />

Webby needs to be installed on your computer right now!

   sudo gem install -y webby

== Changes

* 4 minor enhancements
   - Created a URI base path rewriter filter
   - Create an outline filter for generating table of contents
   - Pages can be created as files or as directories
   - The @pages find method now recurses into sub-directories
* 3 bug fixes
   - Fixed a bug in the graphviz filter where the wrong map ID was
     being generated
   - Now passing the binding of the Renderer to the HAML filter
     (this makes the @page, @pages availabe in HAML pages)
   - The created_at attribute was not being created as a YAML
     time object

== Enjoy

== Fun Fact

American Airlines saved $40,000 in 1987 by eliminating 1 olive from  
each salad served in first-class.

== Post Script

Blessings,
TwP