python html rendering

Duncan Booth duncan.booth at invalid.invalid
Wed Oct 4 11:39:42 CEST 2006


"GHUM" <haraldarminmassa at gmail.com> wrote:

>> Hi, Im looking for a way to display some python code
>> in html: with correct indentation, possibly syntax hiliting, dealing
>> correctly with multi-line comment,
> 
><tongue - in - cheek - mode>
> the usual way is to create your own web-framework
></tongue - in - cheek - mode>

Or you could use an existing web framework: Plone has the ability to 
colour python code built-in.

> If it is just "some" Python code and you have to do it "once", just
> look at scite. Scite can colour your code, and you can export it as
> HTML.

and if you need it more than once you can always find one of the existing 
chunks of colouring code and modify/reuse it. See Plone's 
PortalTransforms/transforms/python.py, or the MoinMoin code it was cribbed 
from.

https://svn.plone.org/svn/archetypes/PortalTransforms/trunk/transforms/python.py





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