This week I wrote a Static Site Generator in C++ that takes a text file or folder structure and generates HTML files based on any text files found within. It's been 8 months since I've written any code so it was a big undertaking getting back into it, but it felt good to code in C++ again. There's a lot I could've written more efficiently, some code duplication etc. but it gets the job done and got me working with classmates to solve some problems open source style.
The SSG comes in .cpp form and should be compiled using C++17 to support the recursive file system searching feature from . It accepts command line arguments -i or --input to specify an input file or folder structure, -h or --help for info on the commands to use, and -v or --version for version information.
If there's a title with 2 blank lines following it, GAS will make this the title of the page. This line will also be be made an