Using packages like minted (thanks to Pygments), LaTeX can generate beautifully highlighted/colored source code. Literate programming tools such as noweb and cweb can generate beautifully typeset and readable documentation.

Ideally, I would like that the docs generated by noweb and cweb have high quality syntax coloring, and this seems like a problem that someone on either community may have tackled. So here is the question:

Does anyone know how to get noweb and related tools to use minted or a similar LaTeX package for syntax coloring?

closed as off topic by Marco Daniel, egreg, Joseph Wright Feb 4 '12 at 22:48

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    I have written pygnoweb, a noweb filter that uses Pygments to typeset the blocks of source code with LaTeX. It is available at bitbucket.org/romildo/pygnoweb. – Romildo Jun 4 '12 at 16:53