lhs2TeX is a literate programming tool. It is implemented as a preprocessor that generates LaTeX code from literate Haskell sources. It allows for and provides different styles for the formatting of code. You can easily select between representing operators with mathematical symbols or with ASCII approximations, as well as deciding whether or not to highlight keywords. The formatting of your own defined tokens may be adjusted. Preprocessor-style conditionals are supported, and Haskell can be used to generate parts of the document.
Isn't this essentially obsolete due to the master-connection sharing ability of OpenSSH? (ssh -M, ControlMaster, ControlPath)
Diffrence from SPP?
How exactly does this differ from the Street Performer Protocol (http://www.counterpane.com/street_performer.html)? And if that hasn't caught on in four years, why should we expect this to? I'd love to have someone give it a try, mind you, but I don't expect much to come out of it.