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NAME

Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Simple::HTML - (EXPERIMENTAL)HTML code highlighting class

VERSION

This document describes Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Simple::HTML

SYNOPSIS

Constructor

        use Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Simple::HTML;
        
        $highlighter =
                Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Simple::HTML->new();
                
        or
        
        use Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Simple;
        
        $highlighter =
                Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Simple->new(type => 'HTML');

Highlighting stage

        $highlighter->doStr(
                str => $str,
                tab_width => 4);
        
        $highlighter->doFile(
                str => $str,
                tab_width => 4,
                encode => 'utf8');

DESCRIPTION

This is a sub class of Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Simple.

A working example of This module is at bellow.

http://jamadam.com/dev/cpan/demo/Syntax/Highlight/Engine/Simple/

INTERFACE

new

type

File type. This argument causes specific sub class to be loaded.

setParams

html_escape_code_ref

HTML escape code ref. Default subroutine escapes 3 characters '&', '<' and '>'.

appendSyntax

Append syntax by giving a hash.

            $highlighter->setSyntax(
                syntax => {
                    class => 'quote',
                    regexp => "'.*?'",
                    container => 'comment',
                }
            );

doStr

Highlighting strings.

        $highlighter->doStr(
            str => $str,
            tab_width => 4
        );
str

String.

tab_width

Tab width for tab-space conversion. -1 for disable it. -1 is the default.

doFile

Highlighting files.

        $highlighter->doStr(
            str => $str,
            tab_width => 4,
            encode => 'utf8'
        );
file

File name.

tab_width

Tab width for tab-space conversion. -1 for disable it. -1 is the default.

encode

Set the encode of file. utf8 is the default.

array2regexp

This is a utility method for converting string array to regular expression.

getClassNames

Returns the class names in array.

setSyntax

This is a method for initializing the syntax. It is called by constructor so you may not have to call it manually.

Example

Here is a sample of CSS.

        pre.program_code span.keyword {color: #00f}
        pre.program_code span.keyword2 {color: #808}
        pre.program_code span.number {color: #f00}
        pre.program_code span.identifier {color: #a66}
        pre.program_code span.function {color: #a66; text-decoration: underline}
        pre.program_code span.method {color: #a66; text-decoration: underline}
        pre.program_code span.variable {color: #f80}
        pre.program_code span.statement {color: #00f}
        pre.program_code span.comment {color: #080}
        pre.program_code span.perlpod {color: #080}
        pre.program_code span.quote {color: #a66}
        pre.program_code span.wquote {color: #600}
        pre.program_code span.value {color: #a66}
        pre.program_code span.regexp_statement {background: #ffa}
        pre.program_code span.tag {color: #00f}
        pre.program_code span.url {color: #00f; text-decoration: underline}

DIAGNOSTICS

doStr method got undefined value
File open failed

CONFIGURATION AND ENVIRONMENT

Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Simple::HTML requires no configuration files or environment variables. Specific language syntax can be defined with sub classes and loaded in constructor if you give it the type argument.

DEPENDENCIES

UNIVERSAL::require
Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Simple

INCOMPATIBILITIES

None reported.

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

No bugs have been reported.

Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-syntax-highlight-engine-Simple@rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org.

SEE ALSO

Syntax::Highlight::Engine::Simple

AUTHOR

Sugama Keita <sugama@jamadam.com>

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2008, Sugama Keita <sugama@jamadam.com>. All rights reserved.

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See perlartistic.

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY

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