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From: Claude Marche <Claude.Marche@l...>
Subject: Re: When functional languages can be accepted by industry?

>>>>> "Vitaly" == Vitaly Lugovsky <vsl@ontil.ihep.su> writes:

    Vitaly> On Tue, 18 Apr 2000, Francois Pottier wrote:
    >> May I advocate Jean-Christophe Filliâtre's excellent literate
    >> programming tool, ocamlweb?
    >> 
    >> http://www.lri.fr/~filliatr/ocamlweb/
    >> 
    >> It nicely turns your O'Caml source code into a TeX document,
    >> including an identifier index. Comments are expected to contain
    >> TeX source.

    Vitaly>  But stupid "industry" don't like TeX. :( They wants HTML
    Vitaly> or somthing like that. Is there any HTML output formatter
    Vitaly> for ocamlweb? Industry knows nothing about literate
    Vitaly> programming, as well as about many other progressive
    Vitaly> technologies.

So, if industry people use Javadoc, they're doing literate programming
like Monsieur Jourdain :-) 

More seriously: the LaTeX output of ocamlweb is suitable for input to
HeVeA, which produces HTML. Check them out !

http://www.lri.fr/~filliatr/ocamlweb/
http://para.inria.fr/~maranget/hevea/

- Claude

PS: and please, nobody start a new thread "When LaTeX can be accepted
by industry?", or at least somewhere else.

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