Thomas Sawyer wrote:
> 
> I would use a markup language for the files, probably Markdown*. HTML
> is the "universal language" so that should be the end product. But you
> can also generate PDFs for print. You can always write pre- and post-
> processors for any specialized patterns you might need --indeed 
> 
Thomas, I was thinking of something of that kind. I use Git-Wiki (and 
Textile, but Markdown is similar) for a personal CMS.

> you might find that others have already done it for you.
That is more or less what I was looking for ;-)

> Also, if I may
> toot my own horn for a second, have a look at QED which would allow
> you to test your code examples directly.
I'll have a look at it. Thanks
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