[toronto-lisp] LaTex for Scheme

Abram Hindle abram.hindle at softwareprocess.es
Fri Aug 13 02:56:49 UTC 2010

UW CS dept uses and recommends slatex for slides:


as it is very PLT oriented.

But if you're doing latex you should be have a toolchain anyways so it
shouldn't be a big deal.


On 10-08-12 10:31 PM, David Penton wrote:
> Do any of you use LaTeX?
> I am looking for something to typeset Scheme snippets in LaTeX article
> or amsart. I have tried slatex with so-so results. I am not happy to
> have to run it from the command line, and do not presently have time to
> hook it into emacs the way I want.
> I use the /listings/ package successfully for CL but this package does
> not really understand Scheme as far as I can tell.
> Any suggestions?
> Best,
> - Dave -
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