webby version 0.8.1
    by Tim Pease
    http://webby.rubyforge.org/
    (the "Wandering Wookie" release)

== 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 create 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 (still in progress).

Webby has friends:

http://www.codefluency.com/
http://reinh.com/
http://radr.ca/
http://lug.boulder.co.us/
http://webby.rubyforge.org/

Webby needs to be installed on your computer right now!

sudo gem install -y webby

== CHANGES

* 2 major enhancement
  - Added support for UltraViolet syntax highlighting
    (code provided by Guillaume Carbonneau)
  - Added rake tasks to validate the hyperlinks for the HTML files
    in the output directory
* 2 minor enhancements
  - Improved error handling and reporting during the build process
  - Added site defaults for the helpers (coderay, graphviv, latex,
    etc.)
* 1 bug fix
  - Fixed an error with the prev / next calls in the paginator and
    rendering links to those pages

== FUN FACT

A Boeing 747's wingspan is longer than the Wright brothers first flight.

== POST SCRIPT

Blessings,
TwP