Text::VimColor 0.11 reviewDownload
Text::VimColor is a syntax color text in HTML or XML using Vim. SYNOPSIS use Text::VimColor; my $syntax = Text::VimColor
Text::VimColor is a syntax color text in HTML or XML using Vim.
my $syntax = Text::VimColor->new(
file => $0,
filetype => 'perl',
This module tries to markup text files according to their syntax. It can be used to produce web pages with pretty-printed colourful source code samples. It can produce output in the following formats:
Valid XHTML 1.0, with the exact colouring and style left to a CSS stylesheet
Pieces of text are marked with XML elements in a simple vocabulary, which can be converted to other formats, for example, using XSLT
A simple Perl data structure, so that Perl code can be used to turn it into whatever is needed
This module works by running the Vim text editor and getting it to apply its excellent syntax highlighting (aka 'font-locking') to an input file, and mark pieces of text according to whether it thinks they are comments, keywords, strings, etc. The Perl code then reads back this markup and converts it to the desired output format.
This is an object-oriented module. To use it, create an object with the new function (as shown above in the SYNOPSIS) and then call methods to get the markup out.
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