Phil Tomson wrote:

> 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.

Vim 6.0 can also do postscript output which is handy for prining.


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