Pass through syntax tag for PRE blocks.
It's just Prolog and Python.
Cleanup and merge highlight into gemtext.
Add arrows to links; don't add extra PRE tag.
Update the README to reflect reality.
This is a Gemini-to-HTML5 converter, not a site generator. (For that
you need make.)
Remove unused code.
Now that I'm just using this as a Gemini-to-HTML converter and driving
it with make there's no reason to keep the original script around.
Implement prolog syntax highlighting with pipe/3.
I realized that if I just had a Gemini-to-HTML converter I can do
everything else "outside" the tool using existing tools (e.g. make and
friends.) As cool as Prolog is, I'm not trying to reinvent every wheel.
(Like how, since I already depend on Python 3 for Pygments I also use it
for HTML escaping.)
Comment out gemtext stand-alone clauses.
That's why the program appeared to hang, it was waiting to read from
"Inline" the python doggerl for HTML escaping.
A handmade index file for now.
Removed my old cruft.
Gemini going forward.
Should pre text be escaped too? I think so...