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  • Subject: Re: [xml-dev] reaching humans (was Re: [xml-dev] Extract A Subset of a W3C XML Schema?)
  • From: "Thomas B. Passin" <tpassin@comcast.net>
  • Date: Fri, 1 Aug 2003 08:56:11 -0400
  • References: <5FC285666E68F542A3F8A0E8693BC41A02F173@corpmail01.mygazoo.com> <r02000000-1026-E093B245C3AF11D794470003937A08C2@[]> <16170.20891.294093.545697@megginson.com>

[David Megginson]

> Apologies if this point has already come up (and I've missed it), but
> it's worth noting how the software world has been creeping towards
> integrated documentation in source code for some time.  There were
> many early models, such as Knuth's Literate Programming, documentation
> lines in eLISP functions, and Perl's POD, but integrated API
> documentation really seized the collective imagination of coders with
> JavaDoc, something is now much imitated in C++.

Along these lines, the Leo tool is really quite lively.  I have used it for
developing in Python, javascript, html, and javascript.


Tom P


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