Syntax highlighting in Perl
nik at ngo.org.uk
Sun Oct 15 10:10:17 PDT 2006
Paul Johnson wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 15, 2006 at 12:02:39AM +0100, Nik Clayton wrote:
>> Can anyone recommend any modules (or an external tool that's efficient)
>> that can do HTML syntax highlighting -- at least diffs, but ideally source
>> code in various languages, HTML itself, and so on.
> Ooh - syntax highlighting in Svn::Web?
Yes. The next version of SVN::Web will support browsing remote
repositories (i.e., repos that are can be accessed with http:// or
svn:// URIs, as well as file:///).
One of the things I've done is use the Subversion libraries for diffing,
instead of Text::Diff and Text::Diff::HTML. This is *much* faster,
but means that I can only display a raw diff.
It's relatively easy to take the raw diff and convert it to HTML, but
before I go that route I'm looking for a more general solution that can
take text in various formats (obviously, one of them being diff) and
convert them to marked up HTML.
> And now a half-hearted moan. Every since I upgraded apache on debian a
> few weeks back SVN::Web seems to be displaying only what would have been
> in the body of the html. And also when any revision is requested the
> apache process hangs using 100% cpu.
> Since I can't even be bothered to investigate this enough to make a
> proper bug report I don't expect an answer, but I suppose there's an off
> chance that someone might be able to say, "oh yes, that's because of X,
> just do Y".
> Yeah, well, maybe. Or if I had spent the time it has taken to write
> this on investigating the problem I might even have fixed it my now.
> Dear LazyML, please help.
Apache 1 or Apache 2? What version of SVN::Web? Is it 100%
reproducible? Does it affect all revisions, or just a subset of them?
Does it happen with svnweb-server?
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