SchemeTeX---Simple support for literate programming in Lisp. SchemeTeX is a Unix filter that translates schemeTeX source into LaTeX source. Originally developed for the Scheme dialect of Lisp, it can easily be used with most other dialects. Installation: 1) Processes the file "st.tex" with LaTeX and read that one page document. 2) Decide if you plan to use your Lisp system's standard LOAD procedure or a modified one. I recommend you start by using your Lisp system's LOAD, which means all text lines must begin with ";". 3) Assuming you do use the standard LOAD, edit "st.sh" so that it contains the correct extension, i.e. ".scm", ".lisp", or ".clisp". Otherwise do not modify "st.sh". 4) Edit "Makefile" to reflect the correct destination of the executables(DEST) and the correct destination of the style file(TEXDEST). 5) The command "make install" installs schemeTeX. 6) If you plan to modify your Lisp system's standard LOAD, follow the model given in "st.t", a schemeTeX for the T dialect of Scheme.
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schemeTeX – Typesetting Scheme programs with LaTeX
A sort of literate programming mechanism for Scheme. Prettily formats documentation and comments, leaving the Scheme code unchanged.
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|Maintainer||John D Ramsdell|