This is the file README for the CodeDoc class, v.0.3. You'll find complete documentation in CodeDoc-manual.pdf This class produces code and documentation in a single file without departing from LaTeX's ordinary syntax. TO PRODUCE THE DOCUMENTATION: Run LaTeX on CodeDoc-manual.tex (better in PDF). In the document class options of the latter file, you may uncomment the `obeystop' option and/or comment out the `index' option to remove the implementation from the documentation and/or the index. Don't forget to run LaTeX and MakeIndex as many times as necessary. TO PRODUCE THE CLASS ITSELF (codedoc.cls): Uncomment the `produce' option among the class options and run LaTeX on the same file (CodeDoc-manual.tex). This serves as an illustration only, since to do so you already need codedoc.cls, obviously. This file should thus be included in any distribution. Licensing of this package is covered by LPPL. Any reaction is welcome: firstname.lastname@example.org Paul Isambert
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codedoc – LaTeX code and documentation in LaTeX-format file
The CodeDoc class is an alternative to DocStrip (and others) to produce LaTeX code along with its documentation without departing from LaTeX's ordinary syntax.The documentation is prepared like any other LaTeX document and the code to be commented verbatim is simply delimited by an environment. When an option is turned on in the class options, this code is written to the desired file(s). The class also includes fully customizable verbatim environments which provide the author with separate commands to typeset the material and/or to execute it.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Contained in||TeXLive as codedoc|
|MiKTeX as codedoc|
macros and tools for preparing documentation|