thank-you for your consideration. inline:
On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 08:59:11 +1100, David Sitsky
> Actually it may not be lots of work, but a medium amount of it. :)
> We will only be able to support it for those topics that are linked to a
> repository. That way, we'll be able to generate the entire original
> source file and the entire new source file with the changes applied. We
> should then be able to run enscript on both of these temporary files, so
> that it is marked up in HTML. This will need to be done for each file
> being displayed.
> Assuming enscript doesn't add newlines, we then should be able to carefully
> apply the codestriker-specific formatting that is required to each line,
as far as i can see new lines (or <br>) are not added. it is a shame
however that enscript does not use CSS, but straight html formatting.
> most of which doesn't involve the code itself, but around it. Enabling
> LXR linking at the same time will be more complex, but may not be
> impossible, with the right regular expressions.
I haven't been able to get LXR to work so far (just not enough time to
much with it), but I guess a problem there might be (depending on how
codestriker and LXR interact), supoose the actual code has html like
(or even html) passages embedded. It will be a challange to
distinguish between the enscript added and the original html.
> People have asked for this before... it would be a nice feature. I don't
> know if I'll have time before the new year to look at it though, most
> likely at the start of next year.
again, thanks for considering this. please let me know if there is
anything specific i may be able to help out in.
> On Sun, 19 Dec 2004 14:44, Jason Remillard wrote:
> > Hi,
> > It think would be difficult to use enscript. Codestriker needs to do its
> > own html formatting for adding comments, handing diffs, etc. ViewCVS can
> > just use the output file almost as is. Codestriker is heavily used with
> > patches, so the enscript rules are not quite right for a patch file.
> > However, it sure does have a lot language filters setup. I bet with a
> > some work it would be possible to make CS read (or translate) the
> > enscript .st files that has the formatting rules for 70 languages. Of
> > coarse it makes the rendering code more complicated.
> > It is a good idea, but lots of work to do it in Codestriker.
> > Thanks
> > Jason.
> > > Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2004 17:08:08 -0500
> > > From: Aamer Akhter <aakhter@...>
> > > Reply-To: Aamer Akhter <aakhter@...>
> > > To: codestriker-user@...
> > > Subject: [Codestriker-user] integration with enscript / other language
> > > colorizing tool
> > >
> > > Hello,
> > > 0
> > > Is there a way to add language colorization to codestriker (much like
> > > viewcvs).
> > >
> > > eg:
> > > enscript -Etcl --color --language=html connectlib.tcl -o /tmp/o.html
> > >
> > > will generate colorized html using the enscript provided tcl context
> > > rules. a problem that comes up is that the html output will need to
> > > parsed to insert the codestriker links for line comments.
> > >
> > > IMHO this would go a long way to make reviewing much quick/easier.
> > >
> > >
> > > --
> > > Aamer Akhter / aakhter@...
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