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Wed Dec 10 17:15:22 EST 2008
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On Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 2:05 PM, Haakon Meland Eriksen wrote:
> Dear Haskell community,
> It was kindly suggested to me by John Peterson that I might reach you here and tell you a little bit about Fram, a small Mediawiki extension.
> Fram lets you intersperse your explanation with actual code, and then Fram extracts and concatenates the code, giving you a file with code for download.
> This means anyone with access to Fram can improve your code, either by explaining it or by enhancing the code itself. It is released under the GNU GPL version 3 at no cost.
> Fram is now at version 0.2, and equals the Mediawiki extension RawFile 0.2, written by Belgian developer Philippe Teuwen. Phil and I are collaborating to improve Fram into a fully fledged literate programming tool like "noweb" written by Norman Ramsey. It was originally Ramsey who suggested to me that Fram may be interesting to the Haskell community wiki, so here we are.
What advantages does Fram have over noweb? I've noodled around a
little on the Literate Programs wiki ( http://en.literateprograms.org/
) which uses noweb for providing the source files, and it seemed to
work as it should.
> Yours sincerely,
> Haakon Meland Eriksen
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