I've just finished the initial work on a script that will make a full-HTML website, driven by AJAX, out of the MarkDown (*.md) files in a git repository. It's currently geared toward GitHub, but could easily be adapted to other repository hosting services.
The problem I was trying to solve was that I wanted to build a web site
for a GitHub project I was working on, and I realized that I was
basically duplicating all of the content in the
README.md file. This
would have carried on even further, as the pages I wanted to link it up
to would themselves be duplicates of other MarkDown files from the
repository. So, repo2site works by using AJAX and
markdown-js to dynamically
build the site content from the MarkDown files themselves. When the
history API in order to allow the use of forward/back browser buttons
for seamless navigation.
If you've got a git repo with some MarkDown, and you want to make a web site out of it, look no further! (Or maybe look a little further, depending on how complex you want to get with it.)
To see a site making full use of repo2site, check out x84-extras.