in reply to Re: heuristic to detect (perl) codein thread heuristic to detect (perl) code
thanks but you forgot to link to PPI.js
PPI is fairly straightforward, s/// is easily converted to .replace, the regex are the simple variety, it is possible
OTOH :) Re^2: CSS Show and Tell: Colored Code
(EDIT: Please keep in mind that posted code is not necessarily valid code)
> OTOH :) Re^2: CSS Show and Tell: Colored Code
Thanks looking into code-mirror might help.
OTOH I tried Free Nodelet hack: Syntax colouring some time ago and had to deactivate it because of the caused overhead.
So the most highest detection rate per necessary code lines is my goal.
> PPI is fairly straightforward, s/// is easily converted to .replace, the regex are the simple variety, it is possible
I suppose this was already done within perlito
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