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9.15. WinWordWEB (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.

9.15. WinWordWEB (Unsupported Tools - Literate Programming)


Developer:
Lee Wittenberg leew@pilot.njin.net

Version:
Unknown

Hardware:
Needs Microsoft Word for Windows, v.2.x, and, of course, MS-
Windows 3.x.

Languages:
Any programming language.

Formatter:
Word for Windows 2.x for text formatting and file maintenance.

Availability:
samson.kean.edu:pub/leew

Readme:
WORDWEB.DOC in the downloadable package describes the system.

Description:
WinWordWEB is a set of a Word for Windows macros (plus a
paragraph style) that provide a crude literate programming
environment. The ``look and feel'' of the system is based on
Norman Ramsey's noweb, but can easily be modified to suit
individual tastes.

Support:
None. WinWordWEB was written as a prototype to see if a WYSIWYG
literate programming system was possible. It is intended as a
jumping off point for future work by others. However, the system
is surprisingly usable as it stands, and the author is
interested in hearing from users (satisfied and dissatisfied).

Anyone interested in actively supporting (and improving) the
product should contact the author via email.

 

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