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Babel: active code in Org-mode
Babel is Org-mode's ability to execute source code within Org-mode documents.
orgmode  emacs  programming  code  reference  useful  inspiration  tech  technology  software  literate 
7 weeks ago by msszczep
Literate DevOps
Interesting article on "Literate DevOps" using Emacs Org-mode, Babel and TRAMP.
emacs  org-mode  sysadmin  operations  literate  devops 
7 weeks ago by sometimesfood
Literate Programming: Empower Your Writing with Emacs Org-Mode - OfferZen
Traditionally, programs are code first with maybe some blocks of prose in the form of code comments. If you then write an article about a program, you might copy some of the code out of that program to illustrate your point. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  emacs  literate 
july 2018 by bjbishop
Leo's Home Page
Leo is a fundamentally different way of using and organizing data, programs and scripts. Leo has been under active development for 20+ years with an active group of developers and users.

Leo is:

A fully-featured IDE, with many features inspired by Emacs.
An outliner. Everything in Leo is an outline.
A data manager, data manager and personal information manager.
A powerful scripting environment.
A tool for organizing and studying computer code.
Extensible via a simple plugin architecture.
A tool that plays well with IPython, Vim and Emacs.
Written in 100% pure Python
leo  python  ide  outliner  text  editor  literate  programming 
july 2018 by gdw
lambdaway is built on a wiki engine, lambdatank, and a small Lisp dialect, lambdatalk.
wiki  lambda  calculus  literate  programming 
may 2018 by gilberto5757
GitHub - hrs/dotfiles: Let's be honest: mostly Emacs.
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
emacs  dotfiles  org  literate 
march 2018 by cjitlal
termtris: A Game like Tetris in Ten Functions
This is a literate implementation of a tetris-like game called termtris. You may be reading this as an html-ified version - but the original, termtris.lua, is simultaneously a Lua file and a markdown file. In the original file, all the text between the --[​[ and --]​] comment delimiters are markdown while everything else is code.
literate  programming  games  lua 
march 2018 by anderspollack
Introduction to Literate Programming
Lately I've become quite excited with treating my computer programs as art that I can craft. I figured a simple introduction to literate programming may be in order.
code  emacs  org  knuth  literate 
march 2018 by cjitlal

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