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Static Site Generators with AsciiDoc Support
Application AsciiDoc Support Source Lang Template Lang Web Resources Notes

AsciiBinder

native

Ruby

Tilt, ERB

  • Maintainers now recommend Antora!

Antora

native

Node.js

Handlebars

  • Maintained by lead contributors to the Asciidoctor project.

AweStruct

native

Ruby

Haml

DocPad

plugin

Coffeescript

Eco, Jade, Haml

docToolChain

native

Groovy

arc42

  • For documenting software architectures

Grain

native

Groovy

Groovy

Hugo

plugin

Go

Go

JBake

native

Java

Freemarker, Groovy, Thymeleaf, Jade

Jekyll

plugin

Ruby

Liquid

  • Most-popular SSG of all

  • The jekyll-asciidoc plugin is maintined by Asciidoctor.

LiquiDoc

native

Ruby

Liquid

  • Uses Jekyll and Asciidoctor to generate sites, PDFs.

Metalsmith

plugin

JavaScript

Handlebars

Middleman

native

Ruby

ERB, Haml

Nanoc

native

Ruby

ERB

Nikola

plugin

Python

Mako, Jinja2

Pelican

native*

Python

Jinja2

(* Uses legacy AsciiDoc for conversion)

Spring REST Docs

native

Gradle

Mustache

@robb-romans

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commented Aug 9, 2018

Nice.

@benelog

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commented Apr 12, 2019

Jbake also supports AsciiDoc.

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commented Apr 16, 2019

The link for jekyll is wrong, it should be https://jekyllrb.com/

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commented Apr 25, 2019

Thanks @schauder, and what an awesome entry, @benelog. Updated and alphabetized.

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commented May 4, 2019

Thank you for the update.
I found one more, Orchid supports AsciiDoc.

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commented May 17, 2019

I am working on a way to source this in YAML and convert with AsciiDoc. The tooling is not quite ready, but I found some new SSGs and wanted to get them added before Write the Docs Portland, so we can show off the growth and reach of AsciiDoc! So I used the tool to generate this and will eventually automate publishing this Gist on update. I'll be releasing it all shortly.

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commented May 17, 2019

I just added GitBook but immediately removed it when someone noted that the currently supported version does not support AsciiDoc. Bummer.

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