On Mon, 22 Oct 2001 11:48, you wrote:
> In article <3BD2FE86.F938BE9E / stud.ntnu.no>,
>
> Kent Dahl  <kentda / stud.ntnu.no> wrote:
> >______________________
> >#4: Syntax Colouring
> >
> >Now I know of ruby-mode.el for Emacs, but I was wondering if there are
> >any tools for making syntax coloured HTML of Ruby code? (Doesn't need to
> >be HTML either, any commonly supported format would be nice)
> >...I don't like having to relying too much on the facilities where I
> >hold presentations, so ruby-mode.el won't do the trick.
>
> Vim 6.0 has syntax colorization for Ruby and you can get it to write out
> an HTML file that is colorized.  (It's easy to do in gvim, click on the
> toolbar item 'Syntax' and then go to 'convert to HTML').
> I used this for a Ruby  presentation I did for our local Linux Users
> Group.
>
>
> Phil

There is also an RAA entry which might be helpful:

http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/raa-list.rhtml?name=rb2html

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Nigel Ball