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Tinaa is not an acronym
Friday, October 7, 2005

Tinaa is a Common Lisp documentation system I did some work on a year or two ago and then left stranded. I've brushed it off a little bit so that I could use it to document CL-Containers, metatilities and moptilities. Unlike some other documentation systems that trundle over the source, Tinaa relies on Lisp's introspection to build up its picture of a system. One thing it makes evident is that I have a lot of documentation to write! Oh well, at least many of the names are semi-self-explanatory.


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