[darcs-users] darcsweb 1.1
Trent W. Buck
trentbuck at gmail.com
Wed Oct 29 02:34:15 UTC 2008
I'm being irascible again...
Simon Michael <simon at joyful.com> writes:
> PS interesting to compare the darcsweb+pygments source view with that of
> I like how hscolour defines linkable anchors for each line. I like how
> pygment displays the line numbers. I don't think I like it's purple
> colouring of both types and keywords, but maybe it will grow on me.
> I like that hscolour generates static html, which is more easily served,
> but I'm sure darcsweb/pygments could be made to do that too.
I find the overuse of colour and the heavy bolding in the first one
rather hard to read. IME fixed-width oblique typefaces also tend to
look icky; I kinda like a2ps' default style of making comments
variable-width (assuming you feel the urge to mess with the typeface).
I also don't like the red border around square brackets; if you're gonna
use CSS, it seems to me that the obvious and best way to do parens is
with paste.lisp.org-style paren-matching hover voodoo.
Example: wave your mouse around the text on
http://paste.lisp.org/display/69375 and watch the background colours
appear and disappear around parens.
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