tim.arnold at sas.com
Mon Apr 11 18:39:50 CEST 2011
"Hans Georg Schaathun" <hg at schaathun.net> wrote in message
news:aca678-b87.ln1 at svn.schaathun.net...
> On Fri, 8 Apr 2011 12:58:34 -0400, Tim Arnold
> <tim.arnold at sas.com> wrote:
> : If you already know LaTeX, you might experiment with the *.dtx docstrip
> : capability.
> Hi. Hmmm. That's a new thought. I never thought of using docstrip
> with anything but LaTeX. It sounds like a rather primitive tool for
> handling python code, and I would expect some serious trouble getting
> sensible highlighting in vim/eclim (or most other editors for that
> matter). But I'll give it a thought. Thanks.
> : It has some pain points if you're developing from scratch, but I use it
> : I've got a system in reasonable shape.
> Hmmm. I wonder if I am every going to reach that stage :-)
> : You have full control over the
> : display and you can make the code files go anywhere you like when you
> : pdflatex on your file.
> If you use docstrip with python, what packages do you use to highlight
> code and markup programming concepts (methods/classes/variables)?
> If I may ask ...
> :-- Hans Georg
I don't use anything special, just the verbatim environment is fine for my
purposes. But you might like the listings package which iirc has syntax
highlighting built-in for python. ah, yes:
There's also the 'fancyvrb' package:
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