Brad Appleton | 1 Jul 05:16 2005
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Re: Re: Use of "Literate" Wiki or Fit/Fitnesse for stories + tests + code?

Thanks Jeff!
Im pretty sure it wasnt Ward's WikiBase and was something much more
recent (in the past 5 years).

Jeff Grigg wrote:
> --- Brad Appleton <bradpro <at> b...> wrote:
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>>I heard about someone doing this somewhere but dont remember
>>the details and was hoping someone here might remember or
>>have an example/story ...
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>>I seem to recall someone maintaining they were using some
>>kind of Wiki implementation (possibly with Fit or Fitnesse)
>>to do a sort of Wiki-style of Literate Programming:
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>>* Somehow their Wiki pages could easily take code snippets
>>  inside of "code" markup tags, with some optional directive
>>  regarding the file name/location in which to store the code.
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>>* They could use WikiWords to add hyperlinks to other wiki
>>  pages, and took advantage of this feature in their coding
>>  convention's so that names of methods, classes, and certain
>>  other things would automatically show up as wiki-links
>>  to wiki-pages
>>* The result was a fully "literate" hyperlinked Wiki with
>>  links from stories/tasks to tests to code
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> Are you thinking of WikiBase, the basis of Ward's Wiki?  See:
> http://c2.com/w4/wikibase/wiki.cgi?WikiInHyperPerl
> http://c2.com/w4/wikibase/
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>>* They did their "stories", tasks and tests in their Wiki, as
>>  well as the production code and the test code.
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> I don't think WikiBase does.  But it could.
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