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5. What internet nodes are of interest to literate programmers?




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This article is from the Literate Programming FAQ, by David B. Thompson thompson@shelob.ce.ttu.edu with numerous contributions by others.

5. What internet nodes are of interest to literate programmers?

The principal nodes of interest to literate programmers are the
Literate Programming Archive (LPA hereafter) and the CTAN
(Comprehensive TeX Archive Network).

5.1. Web Ring (Literate Programming)

There is a web ring for literate programming. It is at the URL
www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=litprog;list

5.2. The Literate Programming Archive (LPA)

The Literate Programming Archive (LPA) is:

o Node: ftp.th-darmstadt.de [130.83.55.75]

o Directory: /pub/programming/literate-programming

o Notes: Fastest response during off-U.S. [yep] business hours.

However, the LPA seems to be defunct in that no files are available in
the /pub directory. If anyone knows anything about the status of the
LPA, please send email.

 

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