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Tue, 30 Dec 2003
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skribe textproc  Deleted Broken Expired Ignore files touched by this commit A highly programmable document processing system
head/textproc/Makefile
New port: textproc/skribe (a highly programmable document processing system)

        Skribe is a text processor.  Even if it is a general purpose
        tool, it best suits the writing of technical documents such
        as web pages or technical reports, API documentations, etc.
        At first glance, Skribe looks like a mark-up language ala
        HTML.  So, there is no need to be provided with computer
        programming skills in order to use Skribe.

        A second look reveals that Skribe is actually a true
        programming language, provided with high level features
        (such as objects, higher order functions, regular and
        syntactic parsing, etc.).  Skribe is based on the Scheme
        programming language.

        WWW: http://www-sop.inria.fr/mimosa/fp/Skribe/

PR:             ports/60485
Submitted by:   Kimura Fuyuki <fuyuki@nigredo.org>

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