[Edu-sig] Writing books/manuals containing code

Peter Bowyer peter at mapledesign.co.uk
Wed Aug 31 14:30:52 CEST 2005

At 11:43 31/08/2005, Nicola Larosa wrote:
>You want Leo ( http://leo.sourceforge.net/ ). It is a versatile outliner
>that lets one compose documents including references to external files,
>that are automatically tracked. It's a very powerful "literate programming"
>tool (also known as "executable documentation").

Do you have any .leo files doing this that you can share, or links to 
documentation?  I've been reading Leo's site and googling, and still 
don't understand enough to make the program work.

>No Word, no Docbook, no LaTex (but output in those formats, if you need it).
>You want Docutils ( http://docutils.sourceforge.net/ ), with ReStructured
>Text markup, much simpler than those alternative. It is well integrated
>within Leo via plugins.

That sounds good.


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