[erlang-questions] Speaking of comments

Alain O'Dea alain.odea@REDACTED
Mon Dec 13 22:54:54 CET 2010

GitHub die this beautifully without any language specific
requirements.  Check out
to see how I used Otto annotate the interesting bits of a commit I
made.  If these GitHub annotations are available in the REST API it
would make for a powerful editor/IDE enhancement.

On Monday, December 13, 2010, Masklinn <masklinn@REDACTED> wrote:
> On 2010-12-13, at 20:56 , Joe Armstrong wrote:
>> Wiki text/edoc etc. are just toooo simplistic. I now like xslt-fo more
>> than LaTeX
> Have you ever looked at Python's ReStructuredText, and Sphinx? XML markup and transformers tends to have far too much noise for my tastes, and the un-transformed source code is pretty much unreadable. I find that RST strikes a pretty good balance between readability and writability on one hand (it's a lightweight markup language akin to Markdown) and extensibility on the other hand (via custom directives).
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