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WoC - A web of code

Web Of Code

http://idiki.dyne.org/wiki/WoC

WoC stands for Web Of Code.

The basic idea is to add hyperlink capacities to source code documents,
creating, in this way, a new Web, of code.

The Idiki article describes the idea and shows how it can be
implemented using
existing tools, f.e. ViewVC, cscope and Vim.

Another idea explored by the article is:

#!/usr/bin/python
from :openssl.org/ssl: import RSA*

The article is here: http://idiki.dyne.org/wiki/WoC

Best regards.

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