[Chicago-talk] perl pretty-printing tools?

Jim Thomason thomasoniii at gmail.com
Tue Sep 7 15:19:35 CDT 2004

I once wrote a program that would take arbitrary text (such as program
code) and a photograph and format the text into a colorized rendering
of the photo.

Would that be of any help? I can dig it out. The output was pretty.

I had a photo of me rendered in the source to Mail::Bulkmail tacked up
in my cube a few jobs back. I thought it was very post-modern.


On Tue, 07 Sep 2004 15:00:26 -0500, Greg Fast <gdf at speakeasy.net> wrote:
> I'm looking around (again) for tools to pretty-print perl code (but
> not necessarily to a printer).  In Andy's "get a job" talk, I believe
> he suggested printing from BBEdit or another syntax-highlighting
> editor.  I'm also aware of enscript, though I don't know if that does
> more than black-and-white highlighting.
> Does anyone have any favorites?  How about a perl-to-html tool that
> does syntax coloring/hilighting?  The wiki running poe.perl.org has
> one, but I haven't discovered what it is.
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> Greg Fast
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