[TxMt] Re: html pretty print
dougal at gmail.com
Thu May 24 02:16:29 UTC 2007
When you use the command, it spits out lots of <span class="text text_tex
text_tex_latex"> things, but the CSS definitions only seems to come when you
do a full document.
If you look at the command definition, this is right in there: :include_css
My guess is that this is so you can more easily paste different chunks into
one bigger document. If you want to always include the css, just change that
to :include_css => true. Or if you'd rather leave it as-is, just paste what
you wanted into a new document before HTML-izing it.
On 5/22/07, Jacob Rus <jacobolus at gmail.com> wrote:
> Juan Falgueras wrote:
> > ....but, why it doesn't colour when you give it selections? ehmmm
> > I usually need to cut functions, etc...
> > but anyway the Brad Choate solution is much much better than the
> > enscript one. Thanks
> > Is there some trick for make B. Choate script to colour portions of
> You're going to have to explain what you're having trouble with. I have
> no trouble turning selections to html with that command...
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