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subroutine do_something(isz,jsz,ksz,array…) integer, intent(in) :: isz,jsz.ksz real, intent(inout) :: array(isz,jsz,ksz)
@szaghi Well, Pelican is certainly very easy to use and can generate pages from Markdown (in addition to RestructuredText and ASCIIDocs). One of its big advantages is that it has quite a few plugins available and a lot of pre-existing themes (which can be tweaked as needed). I know nothing about how Jekyll compares in those regards. That said, Jekyll certainly has tighter integration with GitHub--I'm under the impression that you don't have to regenerate the website manually because GitHub can build it for you.
I certainly agree that some sort of static-site generator is the way to go. Even though I, personally, would be comfortable enough editing the HTML for the pages, HTML is an extremely clunky and inconvenient language to work in directly.
subroutine foo(array) real, intent(INOUT):: array(1:,1:,1:) ...