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Date: Tue, 1 Sep 2009 15:17:46 +0200
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At 12:35 01.09.09, Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard wrote:
>As a matter of personnal feeling, I'm really tired of the dtx format. If 
>find it
>too complicated to write, read and modify. In general (for my normal documents
>also) I prefer rather light markup and dtx format seems like the opposite of
>light to me.
>I didn't have time to look too deeply in gmdoc, but I tend to think it is 
>a more
>usable approach.

That's why I made niceverb and makedoc (in; 
somewhat clumsy still difficult with hyperref, but it serves me to maintain 
a book class), and I find Paul Isambert's CodeDoc very nice which extracts 
package code while typesetting the documentation.