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9.12. SchemeWEB (Unsupported Tools - Literate Programming)




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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.

9.12. SchemeWEB (Unsupported Tools - Literate Programming)


Developer:
John D. Ramsdell

Version:
2.1

Hardware:
Unix and DOS platforms

Languages:
Any dialect of Lisp.

Formatter:
LaTeX.

Availability:
The Unix version is in the Scheme Repository and it is available
via anonymous ftp from:

o ftp://cs.indiana.edu/pub/scheme-repository/utl/

o CTAN:/tex-archive/web/schemeweb

o The DOS version is part of the PCS/Geneva Scheme system which is
available via anonymous ftp from: cui.unige.ch:/pub/pcs

Readme:
In bundle with above.

Description:
SchemeWEB is a Unix filter that allows you to generate both Lisp
and LaTeX code from one source file. The generated LaTeX code
formats Lisp programs in typewriter font obeying the spacing in
the source file. Comments can include arbitrary LaTeX commands.
SchemeWEB was originally developed for the Scheme dialect of
Lisp, but it can easily be used with most other dialects.

Support:
Bug reports to ramsdell@mitre.org.

 

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