# 6. Interaction with Documenter.jl

Literate can be used for any purpose, it spits out regular markdown files, and notebooks. Typically, though, these files will be used to render documentation for your package. The generators (Literate.markdown, Literate.notebook and Literate.script) supports a keyword argument documenter that lets the generator perform some extra things, keeping in mind that the source code have been written with Documenter.jl in mind. So let's take a look at what will happen if we set documenter = true:

### Literate.markdown:

• The default code fence will change from
julia
# code

to Documenters @example blocks:
@examples $(name) # code  • The following @meta block will be added to the top of the markdown page, which redirects the "Edit on GitHub" link on the top of the page to the source file rather than the generated .md file: @meta EditURL = "$(relpath(inputfile, outputdir))"


### Literate.notebook:

• Documenter style @refs and @id will be removed. This means that you can use @ref and @id in the source file without them leaking to the notebook.
• Documenter style markdown math
math
\int f dx

is replaced with notebook compatible
$$\int f dx$$

### Literate.script:

• Documenter style @refs and @id will be removed. This means that you can use @ref and @id in the source file without them leaking to the script.