[l2h] Anybody using listings?

Reed, Martin J mjreed@essex.ac.uk
Tue, 25 Sep 2001 21:35:46 +0100

On Tuesday 18 September 2001 1:47 pm, you wrote:

I include the source code as a file and use listings for pure latex/pdflatex 
and use an external package to generate an html version of the code. Not the 
simplest solution but as a hack it works very well. Currently I am using 
java2html (also has program called cpp2html) and I always use make now to 
generate the latex/pdflatex or html so java2html is run as necessary.

By including the file using markup if a version of listings becomes available 
for latex2html your code will not have to change just the def of your include.

Martin Reed.

> On Tue, 18 Sep 2001, Steffen Klupsch wrote:
> > I want to include several source code listings in latex2html documents.
> > For printing material I use 'listings.sty', has anybody written something
> > like a listings.perl?
> One nice way of obtaining listings in html (to be included in a document
> as htmlonly) is to use gvim, which highligts a lot of different languages
> and can produce an html version.

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