From: Matias Capeletto (matias.capeletto_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-17 07:42:22
On 7/17/07, Kai Brüning <kai_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> (Positing this here because boost-docs_at_[hidden] currently rejects my mails although subscribing did work.)
Something strange is happening in that list.
Can someone take a look? Can we start thinking moving the boost-docs
list outside sourceforge?
> after volunteering help on boost.dev, Glyn Matthews and
> Matias Capeletto suggested that I take a look at IBD.
> I think the Trac Syntax Coloring project should be rather fast
> and simple for starters, so I like to give it a try.
> Looking around, I found that Trac is going to switch to Pygments.
I agree with the use of Pygments.
> Joel and Eric, your QuickBook doc
> (http://www.boost.org/doc/html/quickbook.html) seems to be incomplete.
> At least I am missing keywords like super, alpha or template.
You are reading Quickbook 1.3 docs.
> Is there a complete syntax guide somewhere or should I look at the
> source as definitive references?
Here it is a Quickbook 1.4 docs online version:
Before you start hacking at it, please read:
The idea is to make both syntax coloring similar.
Download boost::hs, and look for the file:
It is an already working syntax higlighting for Kate:
I think it may help you in your project.
This is other thing you may want to check:
The colors are already similar to the quickbook kate support definition.
Thanks for jumping in!
We really need this kind of energy at IBD :)
Please, be free to ask for anything you need.
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