Literate Programming can be Quick and Dirty.
Side note - it's been a while since i've seen a Docco-style annotated-source-style documentation! http://ashkenas.com/docco/
Backbone.js was the first time i saw it, and I loved it! https://backbonejs.org/docs/backbone.html It demonstrated to me that the libraries I use are just normal code that other people write, and i myself can read it to understand a problem.
Literate-style documentation generator.
Thanks for the link! I think in that case it was made with https://pycco-docs.github.io/pycco/
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mal - Make a Lisp
Here is a lisp implementation (mal) with TCO, written in Python:
It's Python with a Lissp.
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GitHub - kanaka/mal: mal - Make a Lisp
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Found inside my compiler I've been writing for about 2 years
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