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README.md

Web Spec framework

This is a Polymer-based HTML framework for writing W3C-flavored web specifications. It's heavily influenced in both spirit and code by Jeff Yasskin's HTML Document Framework for writing ISO C++ documents and papers. To use it for your document, you should

  1. Install Bower.
  2. Install this package by running bower install slightlyoff/web-spec-framework in the root directory of your document.
  3. Import this package into your main HTML file by adding two lines inside the <head> element:
<script src="bower_components/platform/platform.js"></script>
<link rel="import" href="bower_components/web-spec-framework/framework.html"/>

Before we can accept a contribution to this project, you'll need to sign the Contributor License Agreement at https://developers.google.com/open-source/cla/individual.

<spec-include href="other.html">jk

This one isn't really C++-specific: it allows partitioning a main document into multiple pieces. other.html's body will be copied in place of the <spec-include> element.