Literate programming keeps code and its (extensive) documentation in a single source file. The documentation is typically typeset with TeX or LaTeX. Tools are used to extract the code (for compilations) and the documentation (for processing with (La)TeX) from the source file.

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Different approach to literate programming for LaTeX

I have spent a couple of hours rethinking the literate style tools we have for LaTeX, which are essentially doc, docstrip and ltxdoc. Although the traditional workflow with a good editor can be less ...
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How can I loop thru a list of inputs that come after \maketitle, yet use that list as part of the \maketitle command?

Multilingual Document Question I would like to follow the principle of "don't repeat yourself" and create a single list of inputs, which are actually various versions of the same document in ...
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Is there a PythonTex equivalent to \Sexpr{} in R?

I started to use the excellent PythonTex package to write reproducible reports but can't seem to get it to evaluate Python code inside a LaTeX command. R has Sweave & knitr which provide the ...
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How to create step by step annotated programming tutorial in LaTeX?

(question inspired by How to create a crossword puzzle in LaTeX? and provided solutions) How to make in most comfortable way in LaTeX (I use pdfLaTeX, but I am open for LuaTeX solutions) annotated, ...
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Polyglossia doesn't work with the ltxdoc document class

I have a package that uses the ltxdoc document class and the docstrip program for code and documentation generation. The package deals with some multilingual stuff and needs XeTeX (to be precise, ...
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Listings: syntax for literate

In the documentation for the listings package it says: literate = [*]<replacement item>. . .<replacement item> First note that there are no commas between the items. Each item ...