static web mail archive generator https://projects.omarpolo.com/smarc.html
reminded by bentley@, thanks!
SMARC -- static web mail archive generator ========================================== A collection of scripts to generate a static mail archive from a Maildir; originally intended to provide a public web interface for the Game of Trees mailing list, now flexible enough to be used for other lists. The static site generator depends on perl and mblaze, the web search component on libevent and sqlite3. How it works ------------ smarc(1) incrementally generate a set of static files from a maildir, smingest(1) and msearchd(8) are used to populate an sqlite3 database to provide a web-based full text search on all the mails. smarc(7) documents the steps needed for a first setup, how to operate it and tips for maintaining multiple archives. Building -------- To compile it, run $ ./configure $ make # make install Several parameters can be passed to the `configure' script to customize the build: --mandir or MANDIR Where to install man pages --perllib or PERLLIB Where to install the perl module --prefix or PREFIX Where to install, /usr/local --realsysconfdir or REALSYSCONFDIR "Real" sysconfdir --sharedir or SHAREDIR $PREFIX/share by default --sysconfdir or SYSCONFDIR /etc --wwwuser or WWWUSER Name of the user used by msearchd and also: CC The C compiler CFLAGS Flags for the C compiler LDFLAGS Flags for the linker PKG_CONFIG pkg-config program, use `no' or empty to disable usage The variables can also be set in the environment for the configure script to pick them up. The difference between REALSYSCONFDIR and SYSCONFDIR is to accomodate the packaging on some systems. For example, on OpenBSD SYSCONFDIR is pointed at /usr/local/share/examples and the port then copies the files in /etc, to allow the user to freely change some files and keep edits across package updates. smarc always installs in SYSCONFDIR but at runtime looks into REALSYSCONFDIR. License ------- smarc, smingest and msearchd are released in the public domain. The configure script loosely based on oconfigure and is released under the terms of ISC license. Some OpenBSD-compats are included to build on multiple platforms, these are released under a BSD-style license. See the first lines of each file for the copyright owners.