python html rendering
pierre at saiph.com
Wed Oct 4 05:27:58 CEST 2006
> On 10/3/06, Colin J. Williams <cjw at sympatico.ca> wrote:
>>Another approach is to use PyScripter (an editor and IDE). One can
>>generate documentation and then save the generated html doc.
>>Also PyDoc can be used directly.
> And if you want to go the traditional way, Emacs and Vim can both be
> used to produce colored HTML IIRC. Not sure about Vim (something like
> 2html.vim I believe), but Emacs has htmlize.el.
htmlize.el works fine, but I was looking for an automated process!
not that easy to call xemacs from cgi code!
Thanks anyway, nice tool, might help
> If someone already said this, pardon me; I just joined via python-list.
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