With the release of our new SWISH extension for Jupyter Book – sphinx-prolog described here – in addition to creating content infused with interactive SWI Prolog code boxes, you can also author interactive cplint code blocks.
To help you get started with your executable Jupyter Book infused with interactive cplint code boxes, we published a simple template on GitHub. It is available in the simply-logical/cplint-book-template repository. This template is rendered and hosted on GitHub Pages at http://cplint-template.simply-logical.space/, which page also serves as a user guide to configuring the sphinx-prolog Jupyter Book extension for use with cplint.
Enjoy creating your interactive cplint materials!