We’re using the Octopress framework for Jekyll. Since octopress required some extinct fork of jekyll to render HAML, we did horrible, horrible monkey things to make it render HAML text and layouts, but not require a special fork of Jekyll.
We also use a tiny little sinatra shim inspired by Jesse Storimer’s Jekyll on Heroku post. We added two tweaks: one is to allow no-extension permalinks (redirects
/2010/09/foo/index.html), the other is to render the custom /404.html page.
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Posts are composed in Textile using Emacs (except for Jesse, who has some insane Dvorak-inverted notation textmate retroclone thing going).