Hi, I think you can take over the plugin if the original maintainer and developpers are inactive and do not answer


On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 12:03 PM, Romain François <francoisromain@free.fr> wrote:

I have recently put some effort at making the Code2HTML generic so that:
- other markup languages can be exported by extending a few abstract
classes, which can be done through a service (ServiceManager). There is
an implementation to generate latex markup in the plugin
- the output document can contain hyperlinks, again this happens by
implementing a LinkProvider service for a specific mode. There currently
is no implementation, but I plan to do at least one separated from this
plugin for the work I do on the biocep project:

I have tried to contact the two developpers I found related to the
plugin, but did not get any answers. It looks like Andre Kaplan is not
active anymore and David Moss did commit some work to the plugin in 2007
but never released it.

Since it is now generic, should I create a new plugin with a more
generic name as a fork to Code2HTML, or should I just stick with taking
Code2HTML over, if such a thing is possible ?


Romain François wrote:
> Thanks to those who suggested the Code2HTML plugin. I did a quick and
> dirty latex implementation of a latex output. Please see
> http://romainfrancois.blog.free.fr/index.php?post/2009/01/22/Code2html-speaks-Latex-too
> Ideally, the code should be somehow abstracted so that new output
> languages be easy to add, I'll get on that later.
> Shlomy Reinstein wrote:
>> There's a plugin named Code2HTML, which you can install from the
>> Plugin Manager. Is that what you were looking for?
>> Shlomy
>> On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 5:29 PM, Romain François <francoisromain@free.fr> wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I was wondering if someone has started/done something that would export
>>> the formatted syntax that jedit makes into markup languages, such as
>>> html or latex ? I am aware of the existence of geshi, highlight, ... but
>>> not one based on jedit mode files
>>> If I were to look into that, would this be the best place to start:
>>> org.gjt.sp.jedit.textarea.TextAreaPainter$PaintText ?
>>> Romain
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