Welcome to MWEB (Matlab WEB) This is an experimental literate programming system for the Matlab programming language. It is based on the Spider system, which is in turn based on the CWEB system which resembles the original WEB system by Knuth. This distribution does not include the real sources. Compiling the programs from these would require the "tie", "nuweb", "spider", and "awk" programs to exist on your system, so instead the C code is distributed together with a Makefile that should compile them on most UNIX systems. A complete distribution will be available later. This distribution includes also some TeX and LaTeX macro files, among them the complete "webfiles" package which is also distributed separately. This package enables inclusion of multiple CWEB and MWEB programs in a single LaTeX document. A user manual is provided in the files "spiderwebman.ps" and "mwebman.ps". The first is a generic manual for all Web systems created with Spider, the second contains additional notes for MWEB. Usage and implementation of the webfiles package are explained in "webfiles.ps". Please read the Install file for an installation instruction. An example is provided in the files example.web : MWEB document ctest.web : CWEB document ctest.tex : cweave output from ctest.web driver.tex : driver for printing example with LaTeX This example should work with TeX and LaTeX. With TeX: mweave example tex example With LaTeX: mweave example latex driver The rationale for all this can be found in the documentation. If you have problems with tex/latex, read the comments at the beginning of example.web. Mark Potse M.Potse@amc.uva.nl Medical Physics Department, Academic Medical Center Meibergdreef 15, 1105 AZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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matlabweb – Literate programming system for Matlab
Matlabweb is a literate programming system for the Matlab language. Similar to CWEB, it is created with a slightly modified version of the Spider system. Matlabweb can be used with plain TeX or LaTeX, the latter with help from the webfiles package.
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