[Haskell-cafe] WYSIWYG literate programming
m.gubinelli at gmail.com
Tue Jan 27 16:19:42 EST 2009
>>>>>> "Mads" == Mads Lindstrøm <mads_lindstroem at yahoo.dk> writes:
> Mads> I have never tried TexMacs, but newer versions of LyX do seem to
> Mads> have a more modern interface than TexMacs. I do not know have easy
> Mads> LyX is to modify to your needs though.
> Right. And LyX has(had) support for literate programming.
Thanks, I know LyX. Of course this is mostly personal taste but I think
TeXmacs as a technically superior piece of software (even if it does not
seems so at first look) and moreover the idea is also to have interactive
sessions and I'm not sure LyX allows this. In any case I do not want to
start some quarreling about "the best editor" or whatever, just take a nice
software to the attention of the list.
sorry for the noise.
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