Typesetting Émile Littré’s “dictionary of the French language”, written in Python and LaTeX with less than 100 lines of code.
You can download the result (88 MB) or check the source code.
The structured data came from XMLittré, made by François Gannaz. Those files, stored in
/xml, are licensed under the CC-BY-SA license. The
xml files are extrated and transformed into a simple
tex file (located in
/tex) thanks to
littre.tex produces the final output
The source code is freely available on GitHub and published under the MIT license.