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This directory contains files that provide support for using version 3.15 or later of the Highlight package by Andre Simon with Logtalk source files. A detailed description on the Highlight package is available from:
These support files are dual-licensed under the Apache License 2.0 and the Highlight license.
In order to check if your Highlight installation already includes support for Logtalk, you may use the following command:
% highlight --list-langs
Look in the resulting listing for the
lgt extension. If support for Logtalk
is not included or if it is outdated, copy the file
logtalk.lang to the
$prefix is the Highlight installation directory (by default, `/usr`).
There's also a
lgt.lang file for older 2.x versions of Highlight.
Usage example for a
foo.lgt Logtalk source file:
% highlight --replace-tabs=4 --out-format=xhtml --input=foo.lgt --output=foo.html --style=edit-kwrite
You should try different style files (using the `--style` option) in order to find which ones provide the more satisfactory results. As Logtalk files are usually formatted using tabs (the recommended setting is a tab width equivalent to 4 spaces), the option `--replace-tabs=4` may be necessary to keep you source code properly formatted.
You may also use the
logtalk.lang file with plain Prolog files by using the
`--syntax` option. For example:
% highlight --syntax=lgt --out-format=xhtml --input=foo.pl --output=foo.html
THIS SYNTAX COLORING FILE IS UNDER DEVELOPMENT.