[toronto-lisp] LaTex for Scheme

David Penton djp at arqux.com
Fri Aug 13 15:50:58 UTC 2010

Oh yeah - I totally forgot about Scribble. I had heard of it and have been meaning to check it out, but the "too be checked out" list is pretty long!


- Dave -

On 2010-08-13, at 9:44 AM, Brian Connoy wrote:

> By coincidence, I stumbled across this last night;  it might address your need:
> “Scribble”
> http://lambda-the-ultimate.org/node/4017
> BC
> From: David Penton [mailto:djp at arqux.com] 
> Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2010 10:32 PM
> To: toronto lisp
> Subject: [toronto-lisp] LaTex for Scheme
> 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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