This is the home page of The Java Elucidator.
The Java Elucidator
Elucidative programming is a variant of Literate programming,
as coined by Donald Knuth in the early eighties. Elucidative
programming focuses on special aspects like keeping the source
code intact by showing the source code and documentation side by
side in an Internet browser.
The Java Elucidator is (slowly) evolving and people outside our research unit have show interest in The Java Elucidator. Hence, we have decided to make The Java Elucidator public available. In addition, we have decided to make the project open source as past developers and researcher outside Aalborg University have an interest in evolving The Java Elucidator. Furthermore, The Java Elucidator might be of interest outside the research community, but people from e.g. industry may have special needs (hence, need to be able to change the source code).
For further information and papers on the elucidative programming project:
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask me:
Thomas Vestdam (current maintainer) - firstname.lastname@example.org
DevelopersThe past developers of The Jave Elucidator are: