[erlang-questions] [ANN] emdoc-1.0

Thomas Lindgren <>
Mon Mar 10 15:46:04 CET 2014


That's an excellent idea Gordon. I've added emdoc-lit for the same purpose to emdoc.

Best,
Thomas




On Monday, March 10, 2014 7:36 AM, Gordon Guthrie <> wrote:
 
I have been playing around with a literate-erlang markdown approach - specifically designed to make good looking GitHub repositories:
>https://github.com/hypernumbers/literate-erlang
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>The project I am using it on is LuvvieScript:
>https://github.com/hypernumbers/LuvvieScript
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>I originally wrote ErlMarkdown:
>https://github.com/hypernumbers/erlmarkdown
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>but for literate erlang abandoned that in favour of just using Git-flavoured markdown.
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>Gordon
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>On 28 February 2014 02:13, Leo Liu <> wrote:
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>On 2014-02-28 03:02 +0800, Sean Cribbs wrote:
>>> There's also edown: https://github.com/esl/edown
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>>Any plan to merge it with edoc?
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>>Leo
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