From: Tommy Nordgren (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jun 10 2009 - 08:37:20 CDT
On Jun 10, 2009, at 10:16 AM, Hans Aberg wrote:
> On 10 Jun 2009, at 01:03, Tommy Nordgren wrote:
>> I want to find a unicode-compatible replacement for GNU enscript
>> Do someone on this list know of such a tool?
>> (Must build on Mac OS X)
> What do you want to use it for? Files can be printed using 'lpr',
> text files can be converted to say HTML using 'textutil -convert
> html', and then one would use a html2ps converter.
i want to print with language-dependent syntax highlighting. For an
enscript --fancy-header=a2ps -f Courier6 -Eobjc <anObjectiveCFile>
The -E option (which can usually be written without a parameter) tells
enscript to use synatx highlighting.
(For .m files the parameter is necessary, since encript defaults to
matlab highlighting for .m files)
If you don't have a postscript printer: add the option --
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