'simiki' command available after installed Simiki.
# View help documentation $ simiki -h # Generate html pages to output directory (must under root directory of site) $ simiki g # Generate html pages(include draft pages) to output directory (must under root directory of site) $ simiki g --draft # Local preview mode (develop mode) $ simiki p # Local preview mode, with bind IP and port, such as bind to every available IP address and port 8888 $ simiki p --host 0.0.0.0 --port 8888 # Local preview mode, with watch content directory # Auto update and generate html pages if there is change $ simiki p -w # Check and update builtin scripts and themes after upgrade Simiki (such as fabfile.py and simple theme) $ simiki update
Simiki use Fabric as extended tool, based on Python. The
fabfile.py provide some management for remote operation.
Make sure you have installed Fabric before using it, with
$ pip install fabric
fabfile.py will exists after initialled wiki site.
Some operation need support form
_config.yml, more details view Configuration
# View sub-commands $ fab -l Available commands: commit Git commit source changes with all tracked/untracked files deploy Deploy your site, support rsync / ftp / github pages # Use commit sub-command to fast commit changes if wiki site is managed with git. $ fab commit # Make sure the `deploy` settings in `_config.yml` $ fab deploy # If configured multiple deploy items, you can only run one specified item $ fab deploy:type=rsync