[Tugindia] Documenting C++ Codes...

S. venkataraman svenkat at ignou.ac.in
Thu Apr 10 08:03:20 CEST 2008

On Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 3:34 AM, kaushik k <kaushik.kalyanaraman at yahoo.co.in>

> Dear List Members,
> I am interested in documenting C++ codes (several file chunks) in pdf
> format. Ideally, I would like to have to the programs flowing on the right
> hand side sheets while I insert explanations on the left side (in addition
> to, possibly, having comments interspersed distinctively within the code).
> Is there some tool that does this?
> A google search led me to learning about 'literate programming' and tools
> such as 'Noweb' and 'CWEB'. Can list members share their experience in using
> any of these tools? Other tools? Or, can members kindly suggest how to go
> about documenting the codes? The documentation is needed for private
> circulation within an academic  group.
> Regards,
> kaushik k
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Sorry, I meant listings package.

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