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Marginalia has a new home.

Aug 12, 2013

A few days ago I posted that I was looking for a new home for Marginalia and today I am happy to say that I have found one. Gary Deer has graciously agreed to take the reins and push Marginalia in new and exciting directions. Two projects fall under the Marginalia banner: Marginalia https://www.github.com/gdeer81/marginalia lein-marginalia […]

Marginalia needs a home

Aug 7, 2013

A long time ago I wrote a blog post entitled The Marginalia Manifesto that described my motivations for developing the Marginalia documentation system. While much of what I wrote about documentation still holds in my own mind, I have long since become a mere user of my own software. That is, what Marginalia does right […]

Announcing Marginalia v0.7.1

Jun 8, 2012

Marginalia v0.7.1 Release Notes Marginalia is an ultra-lightweight literate programming tool for Clojure and ClojureScript inspired by docco*. To get a quick look at what the output looks like, visit the official Marginalia website. Usage notes and examples are found on the Marginalia Github page. Places Source code Ticket system manifesto Changes from v7.0.0 lein-marginalia […]

Announcing Marginalia v0.7.0

Mar 6, 2012 some comments

Marginalia v0.7.0 Release Notes this was a big one Marginalia is an ultra-lightweight literate programming tool for Clojure inspired by docco*. To get a quick look at what the output looks like, visit the official Marginalia website. Usage notes and examples are found on the Marginalia Github page. Places Source code Ticket system manifesto Changes […]

Marginalia v0.5.1 has landed

May 11, 2011

I just pushed out the latest bug-fix version of Marginalia, v 0.5.1. You can grab it via your chosen build system through Clojars or directly at the Marginalia downloads page. Some of the fixes/additions in this release are: Playing nicer with latest version of Hiccup Smarter parsing Documentation of Cake usage Better HTML escaping This […]

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