notebook-generator - (Auto) generate notebooks from your source code. Useful for ACM-ICPC

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The second one will create a 'notebook.pdf' file in the current directory. The notebook generator will add your source code with syntax highlight, additionally you can add .tex files which will be rendered as latex code.

https://github.com/pin3da/notebook-generator

Dependencies:

commander : ^2.15.1
latex : 0.0.1
through2 : ^2.0.0

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