A couple of month ago I wrote that I switched to Pretzel to drive my site.
What I really like about Pretzel (except that it's written in .NET) is that it is
so easy to extend. You can
write plugins either as a .NET assembly, or—even simpler—throw in an
.csx file, because Pretzel supports ScriptCs.
One of the first extensions I wrote was a site map
plugin. By default Pretzel already creates a site map, but only for static pages.
Unfortunately, this doesn't include paginated pages like the home page. Those pages
are generated dynamically at runtime of Pretzel, and the default
take those dynamic pages into account.
Therefore I wrote this plugin which creates the
sitemap.xml including all generated
pages, even the paginated ones. It uses the same technique as
for each post and page it adds an
url entry to the sitemap. Additionally it checks
the page's front-matter if
paginate is specified, and adds relevant URLs to the sitemap
The plugin is hosted on Github including
some basic tests, but in fact you only have to copy
_plugin folder of your Pretzel site.