This is ssic, a Server Side Includes Compiler.
ssic processes HTML documents with SSI directives formatted as SGML comments. It can be used to process documents without an HTTP server for local browsing or to generate static HTML documents to be efficiently served by an HTTP server. Documents could even be preprocessed, e.g. by a Markdown processor, before being parsed with ssic.
The set of commands, tags, and variables supported by ssic is mostly a superset
of those supported by the old NCSA HTTPd and a subset of those
supported by Apache HTTPd's
ssic uses the
CGI::SSI Perl module for directive processing.
ssic can be found on my files site by HTTP or FTP.
ssic is maintained in a Git repository, which can be cloned from
Debian packaging for ssic is maintained in a separate Git
repository, which can be cloned from
git://git.pehjota.net/ssic/ssic.debian.git. Prebuilt packages are not yet
This Web site is preprocessed with a markdown interpreter and
compiled with ssic. Compilation is directed by a makefile
that supports environments with (run
make) or without (run
make local) a Web
My résumé is compiled into an HTML file with ssic (and then rendered into a PDF file by WeasyPrint).