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9.8. Literate Programmer's Workshop (LPW) (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.

9.8. Literate Programmer's Workshop (LPW) (Unsupported Tools - Literate Programming)


Developer:
Norbert Lindenberg

Version:
1.1

Hardware:
Apple Macintosh

Languages:
C++, Object Pascal & others

Formatter:
self-contained WYSIWYG system

Availability:
Anonymous ftp from:

o CTAN:/web/lpw

o ftp://ftp.apple.com/pub/

Readme:
With bundle above. Also comes with 38-page manual.

Description:
The Literate Programming Workshop is an environment for the
integrated development of program source text and documentation
in combined documents. It consists of a WYSIWYG word processor
based on a style sheet approach, a mechanism to extract parts of
the text in a document, and a project management system that
handles multi-document projects. The system is designed to be
used in conjunction with the Macintosh Programmer's Workshop: it
prepares raw source text for the MPW compilers, accepts MPW
error messages, and shows them in the context of the original
documents. Automatic indexing and hypertext features allow for
easy access to both source text and documentation.

LPW is shareware.

Support:
Bugs, problems, and questions to lpw@aol.com

 

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