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presstatic 0.1.0

Deploy static websites to Amazon S3 easily.

presstatic

This is a little CLI utility that helps deploying static websites to Amazon S3.

Usage

$> pip install presstatic

$> pstatic -h

usage: presstatic [-h] [-http HOST:PORT] [-s3 bucket] directory

positional arguments:
        directory        directory containing the static website.

optional arguments:
        -h, --help       show this help message and exit
        -http HOST:PORT  creates an HTTP Server with <directory> as root dir.
        -s3 bucket       deploy on the specified S3 bucket.
  • upload your website:
$> export AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=<Your Key id>

$> export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=<Your Secret>

$> pstatic -s3 example.com ~/projects/example.com
  • preview your website while you develop it:

    Any change in files/directories will trigger the builder. Because of this and other reasons this http server is intended for development only.

$> pstatic -http ~/projects/example.com

Templates

We use the awesome Jinja template engine.

Assets

We are using webassets for asset bundling.

If you intend to use assets you need to add a configuration file (YAML) to your root project. Please see the webassets docs to see for more details.

Here's an example:

url: /static
debug: True
bundles:
    all_css:
        filters: yui_css
        output: static/css/packed.css
        contents:
            - static/css/style.css
            - static/css/jquery.fancybox.css
    all_js:
        filters: yui_js
        output: static/js/packed.js
        contents:
            - static/js/jquery-latest.min.js
            - static/js/jquery.fancybox.pack.js
            - static/js/app.js

TODO

  • Add Template support [DRAFT]
  • Add Asset support [DRAFT]
  • Add watcher support [DRAFT]
  • Upload only modified files [DONE]
 
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