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Browsing via Apache with Syntax Highlighting

From: Kip Warner <kip_at_thevertigo.com>
Date: 2007-08-12 04:05:14 CEST


I have Subversion working perfectly with Apache2 and I am able to browse
the repository just fine through a web browser.

What I would like to do is configure it so that the source I view on the
web is displayed, not in raw plain text, but via syntax highlighting as
though it were being rendered through an IDE.

I've checked the mailing list and I have found that someone else asked a
similar question:


I would prefer not to use ViewCVS for now and was wondering if there was
a more "elegant" solution that is standard for Apache2, like a module to
specify in httpd.conf or something of that sort. Moreover, Wesley asked
a few years ago and I wonder if things have become easier since.

Kip Warner
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Received on Sun Aug 12 04:03:26 2007

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