Logiweb allows to web publish 'Logiweb pages', i.e.
journal quality articles which contain machine readable objects
like programs, testsuites, definitions, axioms, lemmas, and
proofs. Among other, Logiweb is suited for literate programming,
for publication of machine verified proofs, and for writing
proof checkers. Logiweb allows Logiweb pages to reference
previously published Logiweb pages such that programs on a page
may call programs on referenced pages, proofs on a page may
reference lemmas on referenced pages, and so on.
lgc The Logiweb compiler translates Logiweb pages from source format to a number of machine and human readable formats. Pages may contain free text mixed with... lgwam In normal use, the lgwam command is installed in /usr/bin/lgwam and is used as the first line of Logiweb scripts. The first line of such scripts typically read... lgc Source files of the Logiweb compiler lgc (lgc(1)) are expressed in the LoGiweb Source language (lgs). The lgs language allows to express mathematics in a... lgc.conf Logiweb compiler configuration files are used by the Logiweb compiler, c.f. lgc(1). Blank lines and lines starting with a hash mark (#) are ignored. Lines may... logiweb Logiweb is a system for storing, locating, and transmitting Logiweb pages. Logiweb pages may contain free text mixed with machine intelligible objects like... logiweb Logiweb is a system for storing, locating, and transmitting Logiweb pages. Logiweb pages may contain free text mixed with machine intelligible objects like...