Python Color Printing

Peter Hickman peter at semantico.com
Thu Jun 24 12:24:01 CEST 2004


Kamilche wrote:
> I'm pretty desperate to get color syntax printing. I just tried out
> the evaluation version of 'Komodo', which several people in here
> suggested, and its print features are terrible. The text is coming out
> huge when I print at 8 point, tiny when I'm printing at 14 point (so
> tiny that it looks like subscripts), the margins are reset at random,
> and so on. Plus it doesn't recognize all my fonts.
> 
> I don't care if the pretty printer is in an IDE. I just want color
> printing with headers and footers! And I wanted it automated - I don't
> want to have to print each one by hand, I want to start them all
> printing and walk away. It has to be able to print in larger fonts
> reliably, because 10 point is too small for my computer-weary eyes.
> 
> Does anyone have any suggestions?
> 
> --Kamilche

There is a GNU tool called source-highlight that handles python. It will create 
a html file with the colour coding. You could then print the html file.

You'll have to google for it.



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