OpTeXcount – Python script for counting words in OpTeX documents
OpTeXcount is a basic python utility that analyzes OpTeX source code. It is inspired by already existing TeXcount for LaTeX. The functionality is really lightweight and basic. It counts words and other elements of OpTeX document and sorts them out into individual categories. Users can print the source code with highlighted words using several colors,so they see what is considered as word, header etc.
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