This blog post is the fifth of a series of blog posts about Literate [Clojure] Programming in Org-mode where I explain how I develop my [Clojure] applications using literate programming concepts and principles.
This new blog post introduce a tool that is often necessary when developing literate applications using Org-mode: the
tangle all script. As I explained in a previous blog post, doing literate programming is often like writing: you write something, you review and update it… often. This means that you may end-up changing multiple files in your Org-mode project. Depending how you configured you Emacs environment and Org-mode, you may have missed to tangle a file you changed that may cause issues down the road. This is the situation I will cover in this post.
This series of blog posts about literate [Clojure] programming in Org-mode is composed of the following articles:
- Configuring Emacs for Org-mode
- Project folder structure
- Anatomy of a Org-mode file
- Tangling all project files (this post)
- Publishing documentation in multiple formats
- Unit Testing