Commit ebb965fc authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert Committed by Glenn Morris

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@copying
This manual documents Htmlfontify, a source code -> crosslinked +
formatted + syntax colorised html transformer.
formatted + syntax colorized html transformer.
Copyright @copyright{} 2002, 2003, 2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
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@menu
* Introduction:: About Htmlfontify.
* Usage & Examples:: How to use Htmlfontify.
* Customisation:: Fine-tuning Htmlfontify's behaviour.
* Customization:: Fine-tuning Htmlfontify's behaviour.
* Requirements:: External programs used by Htmlfontify.
* GNU Free Documentation License:: The license for this documentation.
* Index:: Index of contents.
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Htmlfontify provides a means of converting individual Emacs buffers,
source files, or entire source trees to html, preserving formatting
and Emacs colorisation / syntax highlighting as much as possible
and Emacs colorization / syntax highlighting as much as possible
through careful application of CSS stylesheets and html tags.
It can also turn instances of functions, methods and (for some
......@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ languages) variables and other constructs and items into links
to their definitions, and create an index file (or files) of
all such symbols, also linked to their points of definition.
Htmlfontify also provides several customisation items, which should
Htmlfontify also provides several customization items, which should
allow it to mesh more-or-less seamlessly with various templating or
publishing systems (in the event, for instance, that you don't want
to produce the html pages directly).
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@menu
* Interactive:: Using Htmlfontify interactively.
* Non-interactive:: Using Htmlfontify from elisp.
* Variables:: Variables (other than customisation entries).
* Variables:: Variables (other than customization entries).
* Data Structures:: Important data structures.
* Examples:: Example(s) of Htmlfontify in use.
@end menu
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@end lisp
Return a @code{defface} style alist of possible specifications for
@var{face}, with any entries resulting from user customisation
@var{face}, with any entries resulting from user customization
(@code{custom-set-faces}) taking precedence.
See also: @ref{hfy-default-face-def}
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exposed and rendered, or until Emacs is idle for a while. Sometimes, in
non-interactive circumstances, or if it can't see X, it doesn't bother
with some of the harder stuff. While this is all great from the perspective
of a user waiting for Emacs to load a 20000 line file and colorise it,
of a user waiting for Emacs to load a 20000 line file and colorize it,
it's a pain from the point of view from non-interactive code. This function
lies, cheats, steals and generally bullies Emacs into fontifying a buffer
from start to finish, with all the extra frills, whether it thinks it nneds
from start to finish, with all the extra frills, whether it thinks it needs
to or not. Oh yes: it operates on the current buffer.
@item hfy-link-style-string
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(hfy-kludge-cperl-mode)
@end lisp
cperl mode does its damndest not to do some of its fontification when not
cperl mode does its best to not do some of its fontification when not
in a windowing system---we try to trick it@dots{}
@item hfy-href
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@section Variables
@cindex variables
Important variables that are not customisation items:
Important variables that are not customization items:
@table @code
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;; Here's the function I actually call---it asks me for a section label,
;; and source and destination directories, and then binds a couple of
;; customisation variable in a let before calling htmlfontify:
;; customization variable in a let before calling htmlfontify:
(defun rtfm-build-source-docs (section srcdir destdir)
(interactive
"s section[eg- emacs / p4-blame]:\nD source-dir: \nD output-dir: ")
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(htmlfontify-copy-and-link-dir srcdir destdir ".src" ".html")))
@end lisp
@node Customisation
@chapter Customisation
@cindex variables (customisation)
@node Customization
@chapter Customization
@cindex variables (customization)
Htmlfontify provides the following variable and customisation entries:
Htmlfontify provides the following variable and customization entries:
@table @code
@comment AUTOGENERATED BLOCK
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extracting potentially non-current face information doesn't necessarily
work for @code{default}).
For example, I customise this to:
For example, I customize this to:
@lisp
((t :background "black" :foreground "white" :family "misc-fixed"))
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@anchor{hfy-init-kludge-hooks}
List of functions to call when starting htmlfontify-buffer to do any
kludging necessary to get highlighting modes to bahave as you want, even
kludging necessary to get highlighting modes to behave as you want, even
when not running under a window system.
@item hfy-shell-file-name
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@vindex hfy-optimisations
@anchor{hfy-optimisations}
Optimisations to turn on. So far, the following have been implemented:
Optimizations to turn on. So far, the following have been implemented:
@table @option
@item merge-adjacent-tags
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@end table
Note: like compiler optimisations, these optimise the _output_ of the code,
Note: like compiler optimizations, these optimize the @emph{output} of
the code,
not the processing of the source itself, and are therefore likely to slow
Htmlfontify down, at least a little. Except for skip-refontification,
which can never slow you down, but may result in incomplete fontification.
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@anchor{hfy-link-extn}
File extension used for href links---useful where the Htmlfontify
output files are going to be processed again, with a rersulting change
output files are going to be processed again, with a resulting change
in file extension. If @code{nil}, then any code using this should fall back
to @ref{hfy-extn}.
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@item
A copy of etags (exuberant-ctags or GNU etags). Htmlfontify attempts
to autodetect the version you have and customise itself accordingly,
to autodetect the version you have and customize itself accordingly,
but you should be able to override this.
See: @ref{Customisation}
See: @ref{Customization}
@item
A copy of find (e.g., GNU find) that provides the @code{-path} predicate.
You may be able to work around this with a suitable clever shell
command and the customisation entry: @ref{hfy-find-cmd}
command and the customization entry: @ref{hfy-find-cmd}
@item
A copy of sed (e.g., GNU sed).
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@item Functions
@printindex fn
@item Variables & Customisation
@item Variables & Customization
@printindex vr
@end table
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