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Declt, Documentation Extractor from Common Lisp to Texinfo
Created by didier on: Tue, 21 Sep 2010 09:53:50 GMT, Last modification: Tue, 23 Oct 2012 05:44:09 GMT
Declt (pronounce dec'let) is a reference manual generator for Common Lisp.
It extracts and formats documentation from ASDF systems, including the system itself and its components, the packages defined in the system and definitions like constants, special variables, symbol macros, compiler macros, macros, functions, generic functions and methods, conditions, structures and classes.
Reference manuals are generated in Texinfo format which can be subsequently converted into info, HTML, DVI, PostScript or PDF. The generated manuals are fully indexed and provide a complete set of cross-references between documentation elements. For instance, files and packages point to the definitions they provide, and those definitions point back to package and file in which they can be found.
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Human Languages | Open Source | GPL | HTML | TeX | Common Lisp | Applications | Libraries | Software
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