#!/usr/bin/env perl
use strict; use warnings;
use App::unbelievable(); our $VERSION = $App::unbelievable::VERSION;
use App::unbelievable::CLI;
exit App::unbelievable::CLI::run(\@ARGV);

=encoding utf-8

=head1 NAME

unbelievable - Yet another site generator (can you believe it?)


    unbelievable new <sitename>
    cd <sitename>
    unbelievable build

Say C<unbelievable --man> for full documentation.  Available subcommands
are C<new>, C<build>, and C<help>.


C<unbelievable> makes static sites using L<Dancer2> and L<wallflower>.
The inputs are UTF-8 encoded Markdown files, or HTML files or other assets.
Your site is a full Dancer2 application, so can do anything you want!
Databases, fancy templating --- the sky's the limit.

To build your static site, C<unbelievable> requests every file in the
C<public/> and C<content/> directories of your application.  C<public/>
usually holds your static files (e.g., images and CSS), just like in a regular
Dancer2 application.  C<content/> generally holds your Markdown files.
For example, C<content/foo.md> will be accessible (unless you say otherwise
in your Dancer2 code) as C</foo> and C</foo/>.

For now, don't use C<request.uri_base> in your templates.  The generated
templates assume they are mounted in C</>.  Please open an issue if that
turns out to be a problem.


=head2 new


=head2 build

=head3 Options


=item C<-s>, C<--route-style> B<style>

Request routes in B<style>.  Valid values are:


=item C<htmlfile>

Request each route as a file ending in html (e.g., C</foo.html>.

=item C<dir>

Request each route as a directory (e.g., C</foo/>).



=head1 LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2020 Chris White.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the same terms as Perl itself.

=head1 AUTHOR

Chris White E<lt>cxwembedded@gmail.comE<gt>


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