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CHIP Code Highlighter

CHIP (Code Highlighting in PHP) is a simple source code highlighter designed to be used either on Web servers or from the command line. It takes C, C++, Java, Lisp, Python, PHP, HTML, or JavaScript code, and outputs an XHTML document that lists the code with appropriate highlighting. CHIP supports multiple styles of highlighting in one source file. It also features links to the unhighlighted code and obfuscation of email addresses and URLs.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  23 Aug 2005 07:05

    Release Notes: The program now operates directly from the command line as well as in a Web server environment, allowing pages to be generated off-line. A Debian package is now available.

    •  14 Aug 2005 12:26

      Release Notes: A minor rendering bug when using breadcrumbs, introduced by Opera 8, was fixed.

      •  04 Apr 2005 14:35

        Release Notes: A configuration option and URL parameter were added to disable or configure page-entry transitions.

        •  27 Mar 2005 16:24

          Release Notes: A fix was made for a bug that broke the link to the plain-text version when using breadcrumbs.

          •  21 Dec 2004 18:11

            Release Notes: A link in the footer back to the CHIP homepage has been added. A bug has been fixed in code that is hopefully never used (it is only used with obfuscation turned off).


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