June 13, 2008

Javascript Code Prettifier

I really liked the idea of the Javascript Code Prettifier, and I really like my personal color scheme, so I wanted to combine them. I thought it was turned out pretty neat, espcially since it only took about 20 min of tinkering to get everything sorted out, so I wanted to contribute back to the author – but he provides no simple way to do that, so I will tell you about it. You who are prolly only coming here for the pics of Leah (see previous post).

Here is my color scheme for JS Prettifier:

.str { color: #66FF00; }
.kwd { color: #AAAAAA; }
.com { color: #AA66FF; }
.typ { color: #DDE93D; }
.lit { color: #339999; }
.pun { color: #AAAAAA; }
.pln { color: #FFFFFF; }
.tag { color: #AAFFFF; }
.atn { color: #FF6600; }
.atv { color: #66FF00; }
.dec { color: #FF6600; }
pre.prettyprint { padding: 2px; border: 1px solid #888; background-color: #000000;}

The only other change is, I wanted the tags surrounding the code to be <pre class=”code”> instead of <pre class=”prettyprint”>, because I just type raw html and that would be shorter and easier to remember (at least for me).

You can see those files directly:

Check out some fun ruby code (and it’s whitespace independence):

hash = { :water => 'wet', :fire => 'hot' }
puts hash[:fire] # Prints:  hot
hash.each_pair do |key, value| # Or:  hash.each do |key, value|
       puts "#{key} is #{value}"
end
# Prints:  water is wet
#          fire is hot
hash.delete :water # Deletes :water => 'wet'
hash.delete_if {|k,value| value=='hot'} # Deletes :fire => 'hot'
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