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12 Dec 2001 13:03 staeryatz

RE: Python quoted quotes 2
It's now fixed (ver 0.6.3). Enjoy.

12 Dec 2001 06:50 staeryatz

Re {3}: Highlighting Support for PHP

>
> didnt want to say that Webcpp is
> useless :)
> just its php stuff.

Great! Cool! show_source() sounds good. I actually find it quite humourous that webcpp's PHP support IS practically useless to you (and possibly others). But it's already in there, and no use removing it now, so we'll all just have to live with it. :)

Useful or not, adding PHP support was a fun learning experience for me anyways, and I enjoyed coding every line of it.


cheers,

--Jeffrey Bakker

webcpp author

12 Dec 2001 02:39 disasta

Re: Highlighting Support for PHP

> Even if you'd still rather use
> show_souce(), Webcpp also offers support
> for 7 other languages, so it's not
> totally useless...


didnt want to say that Webcpp is useless :)
just its php stuff.

You can configure your colors for PHP Sourcehighlighting by setting configuration vars @php.ini, and i guess it is possible to change them in .htaccess too

regards,
Peter Petermann


08 Dec 2001 13:58 staeryatz

Re: Highlighting Support for PHP

> what is that for?
> using
> show_source()
> you highlight PHP Source dynamical, no
> need for static source-highlighted
> files..

Thank you for the tip. I did not know that. If you'd rather do that, then fine, don't use webcpp for highlighting your PHP code. But does show_source() support static AND dynamic colour schemes for your highlighting? Webcpp does.


Even if you'd still rather use show_souce(), Webcpp also offers support for 7 other languages, so it's not totally useless...


--Jeffrey Bakker

webcpp author

07 Dec 2001 07:52 disasta

Highlighting Support for PHP
what is that for?
using
show_source()
you highlight PHP Source dynamical, no need for static source-highlighted files..

28 Nov 2001 23:30 staeryatz

Python quoted quotes

>
> I have been having some problems with
> processing Python scripts where it gets
> confused with quoted quotes. For
> example
> -----
> print
> '"','"',"blah"
> print '"',"blah"
> import string
> aValue='String with a
> "quote"'
> aValue =
> string.replace(aValue,'"',""")
> print aValue
> -----
> The first line will get processed
> because it thinks the two double quotes
> go together. The second line makes it
> hang. If you take it out, the
> string.replace line has the same
> problem.
>
> Regards,
> Rich Magahiz
>


Thanks for reporting it. I'll get working on it sometime soon.

28 Nov 2001 22:35 milkfish

Re: Colorizing via stylesheets [RFE]

> This is time to test Webcpp for bugs.
> Alot of changes were made, and it's
> guaranteed that some things in the code
> broke in the process.
>
> Submit your bug reports please.


I have been having some problems with processing Python scripts where it gets confused with quoted quotes. For example
-----
print '"','"',"blah"
print '"',"blah"
import string
aValue='String with a "quote"'
aValue = string.replace(aValue,'"',""")
print aValue
-----
The first line will get processed because it thinks the two double quotes go together. The second line makes it hang. If you take it out, the string.replace line has the same problem.

Regards,
Rich Magahiz

15 Nov 2001 17:28 staeryatz

Re: Colorizing via stylesheets [RFE]
Done (kind of). The preview release of 0.6 is now out, based mostly on the feature that our friend George here, requested.


This is time to test Webcpp for bugs. Alot of changes were made, and it's guaranteed that some things in the code broke in the process.


Submit your bug reports please.


--Jeffrey Bakker

12 Nov 2001 12:40 staeryatz

Re: Colorizing via stylesheets [RFE]

> I think no reason to use MFC and Gtk+
> GUI toolkits directly.
> There are many OS independent graphic
> libraries. See wxWindows for example:
> http://wxwindows.org/
>
> Best regards, Denis.


Niiiiiiice, thanks. If only I'd known it sooner...I've already made webcpp wingui & webcpp gnogui. I think I'll put wxwindows on the list of things I want to learn.

12 Nov 2001 06:08 qdenis

Re: Colorizing via stylesheets [RFE]
I think no reason to use MFC and Gtk+ GUI toolkits directly.
There are many OS independent graphic libraries. See wxWindows for example: http://wxwindows.org/

Best regards, Denis.

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