lloyd.io is the personal website of Lloyd Hilaiel, a software engineer who works for Team Ozlo and lives in Denver.

All the stuff you'll find here is available under a CC BY-SA 3.0 license (use it and change it, just don't lie about who wrote it). Icons on this site are commercially available from steedicons.com. Fonts used are available in Google's Web Font directory, and I'm using Ubuntu and Lekton. Finally, Jekyll is used for site rendering.

Finally, Atul, Pascal, and Stephen inspired the site's design. And in case you're interested, this site's code is available on github.

Redcloth/Textile to PDF conversion
2009-09-09 00:00:00 -0700

A little make magic (leveraging redcloth and htmldoc) seems to have done the trick. Now high quality print output it ain't, but a good start!

bridges.pdf: bridges.html
    htmldoc -t pdf14 --webpage bridges.html > bridges.pdf

bridges.html: bridges.textile redcloth < bridges.textile > bridges.html

.PHONY: view view: bridges.pdf xpdf bridges.pdf

.PHONY: clean clean: @rm -f bridges.html bridges.pdf *~