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You create new notes with
A card will be created with a timestamp and a CUID for a filename.
mk is used to compile each card to a
This representation is then uploaded to respective web servers with
A single Nim or Janet application that processes the files instead.
Currently site generation is very Unix-like but also very slow. It is slow because a Ruby interpreter is spun up twice for each card. When all the files are processed by a single worker set up one time then generation is very fast.
The move from Ruby to Janet is mostly to do with unifying around Nim and Lisp.