My desktop is a Linux/Debian/Sid and I know Linux since 1993, and prefer to use it on the command line. I am also a free software developer and advocate. So I want to use just software with OSI-approved license on Linux. And I hate PHP with passion.
I am slightly color-blind, have a poor sight, and no infographics or web page design skills.
BTW, I am not against using some static HTML code generator to produce this tutorial. I heard in particular of GoHugo. I know that there are other such tools and several of them are free software. But I never used GoHugo (or any other HTML generating tool, except HeVeA). I could compile it easily, but then I might need some help (e.g. to have some shell script to generate my HTML pages).
But I have several requirements.
First and obviously, I need to visually have differences similar to what my poor current CSS already provide. Certainly, being able to highlight some Scheme keywords, and to show evaluation like I already do. In addition, I need to visually pair some matching parenthesis.
At last, I like generating with some other tool (maybe even GPP) some markup-kind file (in whatever syntax is convenient). And I would like to easily be able to generate my tutorial in a
Given my needs, what do you recommend me?