>>>>> "j" == jostM <sc3@xxxxxxxx> writes: >> >> A related question, which is just a matter of style, is the >> apple-editor the reason why code-portions arent put inside nice >> css'ed <pre> blocks as well? >> >> >> j> I suppose because of syntax colorization. Indeed it would be j> great if there were a way to have all code in a <pre> tag or a j> <code> tag, if there were a way to get a browser to colorize it j> then. The coloring isn't a problem. afaik you can put as much bells'n whistles you want (at least spans with colors etc) inside pre blocks as well. Automatic translation would take some thinking though. Ive run through all the html-files ive found inside Html with a sed script, and looked at a few of them from some SC_Help:w3m buffer, they look much better now. Ill see if i can upload an archive to a webpage. Check http://www.notam02.no/~andersvi/SC-Help-files.tar.bz2 in a while. Im not sure how various developers generate the html which gets included, but i guess a translation-script could be handy for others as well. This script only substitutes the p-tags for now. Using <pre>'s (difficult?) and changing the Helper class (easy) comes later. See comments to begin with for applying to a directory-tree (ie build//Help):
Description: rehtmlize p-tags
I guess the files could be operated on 'in place', but im not too sure about shell-programming in general, and especially escaping white-spaces in file-names...