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Re: (OT) Presenations Involving Code

by perrin (Chancellor)
on Mar 07, 2007 at 21:46 UTC ( #603729=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to (OT) Presentations Involving Code

It sounds to me like any one of those applications would be fine for presenting code. Probably Acrobat is the easiest one to dump the code into. Or use perltidy's HTML generation to make pretty color-coded HTML pages out of your code and bring them on a disk. You can be sure there will be a web browser on the machine.

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Re^2: (OT) Presenations Involving Code
by dorko (Parson) on Mar 08, 2007 at 09:00 UTC
    That's exactly the nudge I was looking for. Turns out Komodo (my editor of preference) has a nice "Print to HTML file..." function that prints the code exactly as I'm used to seeing it with the syntax highlighting from Komodo and line numbers too boot.



    -- Yeah, I'm a Delt.
      Eclipse with the Epic plugin can do the same.
      Menu: Source->Export->HTML
      Not implemented in perl, but i've discovered that pygments is a very good syntax highlighter, I like to install it along with my trac installations so i get highlighting on the browse source pages. Not sure how to use it outside trac honestly, but I bet you can find a command that will print an html-highlighted version of any input file.

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      It's what you’re doin' when you’re doin' what you look like you’re doin'!
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