I noticed several places in the wiki talking about similar ideas, so I decided to put a page here to point to what I am working on.
I have implemented a simple wrapper around
source-highlight. You can find the latest version in
You must specify
highlight_lang=>"foo,bar" in your setup file.
where foo and bar are the (source-supported) languages you want to
- I would like to have a link to the raw source; using will_render() and then copying the file should work.
- Is there a way to configure the colors used by source-highlight (other than editing the globally installed "default.style" file)? It would help if I could pass the command arbitrary command-line arguments; then I could configure which config file it's supposed to use. For instance, I'm not a fan of hard-coding the colors into the HTML output. IMHO, css-style formatting should be preferred. All that can be set via the command line ... --Peter
I don't really have time right now, but it should be easy to add, if you look at how src-lang is handled. Patches are welcome --DavidBremner
Updated Now uses keepextension so multiple extensions should be OK