[ba-ohs-talk] Fwd: [xml-litprog-l] xmLP version 1.0 now available
As a brief introduction, literate programming is a way of writing stories
with source code in them. An LP compiler picks the code out of the story
and gives you an executable. (01)
Talk about self-commenting code!
>From: "ozabcoates" <Tony.Coates@reuters.com>
>xmLP is an XML literate programming tool, written using XSL-T. It is
>heavily influenced by FunnelWeb, a non-XML LitProg tool. I have now
>moved xmLP to SourceForge, and version 1.0 can be downloaded from
>The XSL-T scripts are usable, but the documentation is all but
>non-existent in this release, so please feel free to post any
>questions you may have (either here or on one of the xmLP forums at
>SourceForge). Documentation will be provided in a later release.
>More test cases are also needed to improve the regression testing.
>xmLP is designed to be used with any XML document markup, although the
>current test cases only use XHTML. DocBook is the next obvious
>candidate. In any case, your feedback on what xmLP should or could do
>would be very welcome.
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