Delila Program: censor

censor program

Documentation for the censor program is below, with links to related programs in the "see also" section.

{version = 1.47; (* of censor.p 1996 January 28}

(* begin module describe.censor *)
(*
name
   censor: removes code from a program

synopsis
   censor(input: in, output: out)

files
   input:  input program with private text
   output: output program without private text

description
   The program allows one to maintain a Pascal program for personal use which
   contains features that are not yet to be made public.  The program contains
   special comment marks that delimit the text to be removed.  There are two
   situations.

   The first is the case of sections of text inside comments.  Any text
   surrounded by [[ and ]] will not be copied to the output.  This includes the
   double brackets themselves.

   The second case is sections of normal code.  Letting '@' represent the
   asterisk (so that this description does not run into trouble when it
   is inside a Pascal comment), the text between and including the symbols
   (@[[@) and (@]]@) is not copied to the output.

examples

documentation

see also

author
   Thomas Dana Schneider

bugs

technical notes

*)
(* end module describe.censor *)
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