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Re: Distinguishing code from not code

by turo (Friar)
on Dec 31, 2005 at 16:09 UTC ( #520161=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Distinguishing code from not code

If your pod files are editted by you, you can create a pseudo-tag or something else to comunicate your highlitghting engine to not render some chunk of text.
Or use the '=begin' perlpod tag

=begin code command --this --that something =end code

But, maybe, that is not the problem ... right?...

perl -Te 'print map { chr((ord)-((10,20,2,7)[$i++])) } split //,"turo"'

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Re^2: Distinguishing code from not code
by abcde (Scribe) on Dec 31, 2005 at 18:01 UTC
    It's mainly edited by me, but it'd be nice to be compatible with all the other docs out there.

    Currently I am making special cases for URLs and lines with no punctuation in them, and hopefully people will be clever enough to ignore it when it goes wrong (fingers crossed)

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