Hi,

For my HTML output, I use the ScreenShot plugin with vim. It comes
with the "TOhtml" command which produce an HTML output on my windows
computer. It should works on Linux, too.

The output looks like this :
<pre>
search_engines =
  <font color="#6a5acd">%w[</font><font color="#ff00ff">Google Yahoo
MSN</font><font color="#6a5acd">]</font>.map <font
color="#804040"><b>do</b></font> |<font color="#008080">engine</font>|
    <font color="#6a5acd">&quot;</font><font color="#ff00ff"><a
href="http://www.">http://www.</a></font><font color="#6a5acd">&quot;</
font> + engine.downcase + <font color="#6a5acd">&quot;</font><font
color="#ff00ff">.com</font><font color="#6a5acd">&quot;</font>
  <font color="#804040"><b>end</b></font>
</pre>

For my output on doc Word, It is possible to insert HTML output, but
SciTE has a "Copy to RTF" command which is a litte faster.

Come

On 7 mai, 10:58, "Felipe Contreras" <felipe.contre... / gmail.com>
wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Does anyone knows how all that beautiful HTML formated Ruby code on
> ruby-lang.org is generated?
>