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SchemeWEB: Generate Lisp and LaTeX code from the same
SchemeWEB provides simple support for literate programming in Lisp.
SchemeWEB version 2.0 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.
A SchemeWEB file is a Lisp source file which contains code sections
and comment sections, but each section is identified in a novel way.
A code section begins with a line whose first character is a left
parenthesis. It continues until a line is found which contains the
parenthesis that matches the one which started the code section. The
remaining lines of text in the source file are treated as comments.
Version: 2.0 (25-FEB-94)
Copying: Copyright 1994 by The MITRE Corporation
Use, copying, modification, and distribution permitted.
CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1
Author(s): John D. Ramsdell
Authors!Ramsdell, LaTeX, Lisp!Utilities,
Literate Programming!Lisp, Literate Programming!Scheme,
Last Web update on Mon Feb 13 10:38:23 1995