For those wondering WTF a .w file is, the core of Typica is written in literate C++. The .w files get processed by ctangle to produce the files the compiler expects and you can optionally run the same stuff through cweave to get a .tex that pdftex can turn into a (currently) 649 page book of source code documentation (which is unfortunately not as nicely typeset as version 1.0 was).


I suspect this might contribute to the total lack of outside code contributions, but it does make me more productive, especially if it's been a while since I've modified the program.

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