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#!/usr/bin/perl -w # this has been edited to fit chromatic's suggestions below use strict; my $scs = shift or die "Usage: $0 <scsfile>\n"; (my $css = $scs) =~ s/\.scs\z/.css/; open(SCSFILE, "<$scs") or die "$!: cannot read $scs"; open(CSSFILE, ">$css") or die "$!: cannot write to $css"; my @scheme = <SCSFILE>; chomp @scheme; close(SCSFILE); select(CSSFILE); print<<"EOF"; /*** Webcpp 0.6.0+ compatible StyleSheet ***/ body {background-color: $scheme[0]} a:link {color:$scheme[5]} a:visited {color:$scheme[6]} a:active {color:$scheme[3]} a:hover {color:$scheme[1]} pre { color: $scheme[2]; font-size:100% } font {font-size:100%} font.preproc { /* preprocessor */ color: $scheme[1]; font-size:100% } font.nortext { /* normal text */ color: $scheme[2]; font-size:100% } font.keyword { /* keyword */ color: $scheme[3]; font-weight: bold; font-size:100% } font.numbers { /* number */ color: $scheme[4]; font-size:100% } font.strings { /* string */ color: $scheme[5]; font-size:100% } font.comment { /* comment */ color: $scheme[6]; font-style: italic; font-size:100% } EOF close(CSSFILE); select(STDOUT); print("woo-hooo!!\n");

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