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Literate Clojure Programming: Anatomy of a Org-Mode File (fgiasson.com)
105 points by type0 on Sept 5, 2016 | hide | past | web | favorite | 10 comments

Shameless plug: more examples of literate Clojure in Emacs here, https://github.com/limist/literate-programming-examples

Let me plug 'Leo', the programming editor here which brings literate programming to lots of other programming languages.

Actually "plugging" it : http://leoeditor.com/

Which would, weirdly, seem to imply that you can't use org-mode for literate programming in any language you have an Emacs mode for. But, you can, while still having your normal editor (at least for Emacs users), which is a big win over adopting and learning a special-purpose editor.

Now, how does it compare to Emacs+org-mode?

Been using org-mode for a few years.

What's up with people posting cache links o_O

Besides, what do I need a cache for when there are custom rss feeds and Inoreader (https://www.inoreader.com/article/3a9c6e7f9664fe00/literate-...) :p

The link was down for many hours earlier, so providing a link where you can actually read the content is nice.

This is hardly news: if anyone has dug the org-mode website hard enough, they would have found this: https://www.jstatsoft.org/article/view/v046i03

Link is: "A Multi-Language Computing Environment for Literate Programming and Reproducible Research" and it is basically an overview of org-mode for literate programming and paper writing.

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