[racket] in-line documentation program? Like Javadoc or Doxygen

From: Deren Dohoda (deren.dohoda at gmail.com)
Date: Tue Apr 5 15:02:31 EDT 2011

Have you looked at literate programming tools like noweb, and the literate
tools in Racket?
On Apr 5, 2011 2:52 PM, "Charles Hixson" <charleshixsn at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Is there there a program roughly similar to doxygen or javadoc for
> Scheme or Racket?
> I know myself to well to believe that I will document something, and
> keep the documentation current, unless it is right next to the code
> being documented. (It didn't work in Fortran or C when that's one of
> the things I was being paid to do, so it's not likely to work now.) But
> javadoc and doxygen are things I find easy to just update the
> documentation when I change the code. If I understand correctly
> Scribble wants the documentation to be in a separate file, so I need a
> different method.
> From past history I prefer documentation embedded in comments preceding
> the code item that it documents. I never did take to Python
> documentation strings. And I'd like to be able to produce two kinds of
> documentation: one that documents everything and one that only
> documents externally visible items. My ideal output forms are HTML and
> odt (OpenOffice) files.
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