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How can I convert Perl code into HTML with syntax highlighting?

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Contributed by Massyn on Jun 16, 2002 at 03:06 UTC
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Answer: How can I convert Perl code into HTML with syntax highlighting?
contributed by ChemBoy

Use Perltidy's HTML formatting options (-html etc.) As shown in the Perltidy manual, you can generate a whole page or a simple preformatted section, with embedded or linked style sheets, and set different colors for all manner of different constructs.

Answer: How can I convert Perl code into HTML with syntax highlighting?
contributed by yodabjorn

vim can do it.

:runtime! syntax/2html.vim
To view the help page:
:help 2html
Details are in the vim help under "convert-to-HTML".

Answer: How can I convert Perl code into HTML with syntax highlighting?
contributed by epoptai

Code2HTML is a free Perl script that syntax highlights 15 different programming languages.

Answer: How can I convert Perl code into HTML with syntax highlighting?
contributed by choroba

Emacs can do it. I often use the htmlfontify library.

Answer: How can I convert Perl code into HTML with syntax highlighting?
contributed by togotutor

There is a robust online Source Code to HTML option at ToGoTutor - Code2Html . The website has tools for Perl, Java and other languages.

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