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2001\04\17@113532 by D Lloyd

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Hi,

I'd like to be able to cut and paste syntax highlighted source code into
Word and retain the colour coding. All of the C editors I have tried so far
must apply the highlighting "on the fly" as when you cut and paste into
Word, you only get plain text. One exception to the rule is Perl Builder 2,
but this does not syntax hightlight C/C++ code ;-)

Anyone know of an editor that allows this for C code on a Win platform?

Best regards,
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2001\04\17@150956 by Brandon Fosdick

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D Lloyd wrote:
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> Hi,
>
> I'd like to be able to cut and paste syntax highlighted source code into
> Word and retain the colour coding. All of the C editors I have tried so far
> must apply the highlighting "on the fly" as when you cut and paste into
> Word, you only get plain text. One exception to the rule is Perl Builder 2,
> but this does not syntax hightlight C/C++ code ;-)
>
> Anyone know of an editor that allows this for C code on a Win platform?

MS Visual C++

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2001\04\19@055030 by D Lloyd

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Hi,

This is the first thing I tried.......MSVC++ 5.0 -> Word 97......does not
retain the syntax highlighting....

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D Lloyd wrote:
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> Hi,
>
> I'd like to be able to cut and paste syntax highlighted source code into
> Word and retain the colour coding. All of the C editors I have tried so
far
> must apply the highlighting "on the fly" as when you cut and paste into
> Word, you only get plain text. One exception to the rule is Perl Builder
2,
> but this does not syntax hightlight C/C++ code ;-)
>
> Anyone know of an editor that allows this for C code on a Win platform?

MS Visual C++

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2001\04\19@074403 by Douglas Wood

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You cannot "copy" syntax coloring or highlighting. It's an internal feature
on the editor (it "looks" at the code and then colors it), not an attribute
embedded in the body of the text.

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2001\04\19@074602 by Bob Ammerman
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I tried it with VC 6.00 - No joy.

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2001\04\19@075231 by Bob Ammerman

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> You cannot "copy" syntax coloring or highlighting. It's an internal
feature
> on the editor (it "looks" at the code and then colors it), not an
attribute
> embedded in the body of the text.
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> Douglas Wood
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This is not necessarily true. An editor could put the copied text on the
clipboard in RTF format, including the color/hilighting information. When
pasted into Word the syntax highlighting would then be kept. (Just imaging
cutting and pasting from within Word itself).

Unfortunately, I know of no editor which does this :-(

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2001\04\19@075848 by Douglas Wood

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Keyword here: Could. None do. In fact, under Windows, it's Windows that
typically provides the copy function, not the program (i.e., editor) itself.

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2001\04\19@080851 by D Lloyd

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Hi,

"You cannot "copy" syntax coloring or highlighting. It's an internal
feature on the editor (it "looks" at the code and then colors it)..."

Yep, I agree that is how it does it.....but I know of one editor, that
which Perl Builder 2 is built with, that copies syntax highlighted Perl
very nicely (as you say, Bob, it's RTF'd) into Word. It does not support C
syntax, though.

My colleague tells me that there used to be a Word macro for doing
this..........but I cannot find it anywhere.

Regards,
Dan





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2001\04\19@081710 by Bob Ammerman

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> Keyword here: Could. None do. In fact, under Windows, it's Windows that
> typically provides the copy function, not the program (i.e., editor)
itself.
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The copy/paste functionality under Windows is a cooperative effort between
the application (editor) and Windows.

The source application is responsible for placing the selection on the
clipboard. It can be placed on the clipboard in many different formats, tho'
many programs just use text format (CF_TEXT).

The target application can then look at the formats and pick the one it
likes best.

So an editor could :-) include RTF (CF_RTFTEXT) format when placing the text
on the clipboard. In fact, this would be a pretty neat idea.

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2001\04\19@081923 by Bob Ammerman

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Someone could create a little application that would:

1: Paste the contents of the clipboard into a local buffer.

2: Copy the buffer back out to the clipboard, as RTF text with syntax
highlighting added.

Or maybe even better:

Write a Syntax Colorizer Macro for Word. This would probably use a COM
object to do the hard work.

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2001\04\19@082722 by David Liske

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Hi,

: Yep, I agree that is how it does it.....but I know of one editor, that
: which Perl Builder 2 is built with, that copies syntax highlighted Perl
: very nicely (as you say, Bob, it's RTF'd) into Word. It does not support C
: syntax, though.

Any editor could be made to be capable of doing this by the editor's
developers. The clipboard can handle a number of formats by default,
including metafiles, text, bitmaps, and others. OLE defines a number of
OLE-specific formats as well. Developers can also use the Win32 API call
RegisterClipboardFormat to define their own formats.

It seems what needs to occur is to lobby the developers of your specific
editor to implement this kind of functionality.

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2001\04\19@105510 by Brandon Fosdick

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I'm pretty sure that's worked for me in the past. Althoug, since I don't
have a computer with windows or VC6 on it in front of me I can't check
for myself. I think I used Word2K.

Bob Ammerman wrote:
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> I tried it with VC 6.00 - No joy.
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2001\04\19@110133 by D Lloyd

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Hi,

OK, thanks......I do have Word 2K at home so I'll try that.

Regards,
Dan




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I'm pretty sure that's worked for me in the past. Althoug, since I don't
have a computer with windows or VC6 on it in front of me I can't check
for myself. I think I used Word2K.

Bob Ammerman wrote:
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2001\04\19@112239 by Bob Ammerman

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I tried it with Word 2000 and VC6 -- still no joy.

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2001\04\19@120820 by Marc Reinig

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Oh! Yes! And, BTW, you can cut and paste into word ;=)

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This is OT to the thread, but on topic to PIC ;=)

I have a program that among other things can highlight PIC assembly code
(comments, key words, directives, etc.).

I've checked out the highlighting with the code I have available, but could
use some wider testing.

If anyone would like to test that aspect of the program, let me know.

You can drag and drop files to the code window and it will highlight them.
You can  do simple editing and print them (in color if you have a color
printer).

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2001\04\19@121450 by Roman Black

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Bob Ammerman wrote:
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> I tried it with Word 2000 and VC6 -- still no joy.

Wasn't there a thread here a few months back about
a text editor that had syntax colored highlighting??
Just seems that an editor built for programmers
is going to outperform Word in a number of ways,
not just coloring.
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2001\04\19@121455 by Marc Reinig

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This is OT to the thread, but on topic to PIC ;=)

I have a program that among other things can highlight PIC assembly code
(comments, key words, directives, etc.).

I've checked out the highlighting with the code I have available, but could
use some wider testing.

If anyone would like to test that aspect of the program, let me know.

You can drag and drop files to the code window and it will highlight them.
You can  do simple editing and print them (in color if you have a color
printer).

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2001\04\19@122301 by D Lloyd

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Hi,

Pardon me if I have the wrong end of the stick but I fear this is going off
on a tangent...... I'm not trying to use Word for editing text; I already
use CodeWright for that. What I do want to be able to do, though, is cut
and paste coloured, syntax highlighted source code INTO Word for
documentation purposes, only...

Most of the time I print it (syntax highlighted font) to a wide carriage
dot matrix but it would be nice to be able to paste snippets of code into
Word docs for reviews, mods and such like.

Regards,
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Bob Ammerman wrote:
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> I tried it with Word 2000 and VC6 -- still no joy.

Wasn't there a thread here a few months back about
a text editor that had syntax colored highlighting??
Just seems that an editor built for programmers
is going to outperform Word in a number of ways,
not just coloring.
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2001\04\19@122926 by Dipperstein, Michael

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Instead of trying to have the highlights follow the cut and paste, you could
just write a Word macro to do syntax highlighting on a selected block.  Then you
can cut and paste from any editor and still have highlights in Word.

-Mike

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2001\04\19@131240 by Alan B. Pearce

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>Most of the time I print it (syntax highlighted font) to a wide carriage
>dot matrix but it would be nice to be able to paste snippets of code into
>Word docs for reviews, mods and such like.

This will fail if you are trying to do more than just a screen full of text,
but if you hit printscreen with the window which has the text you want to
copy, the active window is copied to the clipboard as a bitmap. You can then
paste this into Word as a picture. If you need to trim it before pasting
then paste it into Paint, do the necessary editing and then cut from there
and paste into Word. This is how it is commonly done to put shots of windows
into documents.

Works on all MS products since Win95. I do it on both W95 and NT4.

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2001\04\19@153157 by Bill Westfield

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Do you know of an editor/ide that can pretty-print the code (with color
highlighting) to a color printer?

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2001\04\19@154432 by D Lloyd

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Hi,

Hmmmm, it seems that there isn't a straightforward fix to this problem.
Like I said, one of my colleagues thought he did have a macro for doing
this so I'll have to beat him over the head for it.

Thanks, everyone

Best regards,
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Instead of trying to have the highlights follow the cut and paste, you
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just write a Word macro to do syntax highlighting on a selected block.
Then you
can cut and paste from any editor and still have highlights in Word.

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2001\04\19@154650 by Scott Newell

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>Do you know of an editor/ide that can pretty-print the code (with color
>highlighting) to a color printer?

UltraEdit.


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2001\04\19@154711 by Brandon Fosdick

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Now that I think about it, VC6 should be able to print syntax highlited
code directly. Of course, that's just from memory.

Bob Ammerman wrote:
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2001\04\19@155142 by Marcelo Yamamoto

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CodeWright
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Marcelo Y.

William Chops Westfield wrote:

> Do you know of an editor/ide that can pretty-print the code (with color
> highlighting) to a color printer?
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2001\04\19@155347 by David Liske

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Hi,

I've found a reference to a C++ class called CSyntaxColorizer in Google's
cached copy of the now-defunct CodeGuru web site and have emailed the author
requesting a copy. If he sends it and it looks feasible, I'll turn it into
Word 97 VBA code and post it on my site.

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2001\04\19@182130 by Bob Ammerman

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If it is halfway decent it should be converted to a COM object (using ATL)
and thus it would be useful from many environments.

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> Hi,
>
> I've found a reference to a C++ class called CSyntaxColorizer in Google's
> cached copy of the now-defunct CodeGuru web site and have emailed the
author
> requesting a copy. If he sends it and it looks feasible, I'll turn it into
> Word 97 VBA code and post it on my site.
>
> David Liske
> Microsoft HTML Help MVP since 1999
> http://mvps.org/htmlhelpcenter/
>
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2001\04\19@183243 by David Liske

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Hi Bob,

: If it is halfway decent it should be converted to a COM object (using ATL)
: and thus it would be useful from many environments.

Nice thought. :-) However, if it's not in decent enough shape (and I'm not
totally well-versed in the ways of ATL as of yet to rewrite a haphazard mess
myself), I would then go ahead and use Delphi for this conversion. I'll see
how it is if he sends it.

What's curious is that this functionality is so obviously built into VS and
Office already. It just seems odd that no one's cracked the direct MS method
yet (using their DLL's) and posted it somewhere.

David Liske
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2001\04\19@215859 by David Liske

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Ok, he sent me the files for CSyntaxColorizer. I'll see what I can do with
them this weekend.

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2001\04\20@032759 by D Lloyd

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Hi,

After a bit of judicious late night surfing, I found something that goes
half way there......As usual, it's just a matter of getting the words right
in Google....("syntax highlight+RTF output")

I now have a freeware program that allows you to format code while in the
clipboard........You copy it, invoke this background program, then paste.

"Jobsagoodun."

The program may be obtained from
http://www.midnightbeach.com/ftp_page/SyntaxHighlighter.html It's quirky, and it
just crashed, but it might be of some use.

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Ok, he sent me the files for CSyntaxColorizer. I'll see what I can do with
them this weekend.

David Liske
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2001\04\20@033431 by Peter Tiang

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Not sure if there's such a thing as RTF printer driver...

If so, we can practically print any syntax highlighted
code snippets or whole file into RTF and import it into
Word.

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2001\04\20@040358 by David Liske

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Hi,

: After a bit of judicious late night surfing, I found something that goes
: half way there......As usual, it's just a matter of getting the
: words right
: in Google....("syntax highlight+RTF output")

Isn't that always the way? :-) When they *finally* develop a natural query
interface for the web, I'll be celebrating for at least a week ...

: I now have a freeware program that allows you to format code while in the
: clipboard........You copy it, invoke this background program, then paste.
:
: "Jobsagoodun."
:
: The program may be obtained from
: http://www.midnightbeach.com/ftp_page/SyntaxHighlighter.html It's quirky, and it
: just crashed, but it might be of some use.

Along these same lines, CSyntaxColorizer has its own halfway-decent demo
program which I just uploaded to
http://mvps.org/htmlhelpcenter/ColorizerDemo.zip. Based on the RichTextBox
control, open a *.CPP or *.H file into it, then highlight, copy, and paste
into Word. I use Word 2000 and the copy/paste process did transfer the
colorizing.

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Hi,
There appears to be a missing DLL with this MFC42D.DLL.....I expect it is
downloadable from somewhere, though.

"Isn't that always the way? :-) When they *finally* develop a natural query
interface for the web, I'll be celebrating for at least a week ..."

It is always the way......But I think Google is streets ahead of how things
used to be. And it searches PDFs, now, too....If you can get the words
right (!)

I just found this "PrestoEdit" editor that also supports export of RTF
formatted text.......
I think that should just about cover it.

Thanks everyone for helping me out, here.

Regards,
Dan





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Hi,

: After a bit of judicious late night surfing, I found something that goes
: half way there......As usual, it's just a matter of getting the
: words right
: in Google....("syntax highlight+RTF output")

Isn't that always the way? :-) When they *finally* develop a natural query
interface for the web, I'll be celebrating for at least a week ...

: I now have a freeware program that allows you to format code while in the
: clipboard........You copy it, invoke this background program, then paste.
:
: "Jobsagoodun."
:
: The program may be obtained from
: http://www.midnightbeach.com/ftp_page/SyntaxHighlighter.html It's quirky, and it
: just crashed, but it might be of some use.

Along these same lines, CSyntaxColorizer has its own halfway-decent demo
program which I just uploaded to
http://mvps.org/htmlhelpcenter/ColorizerDemo.zip. Based on the RichTextBox
control, open a *.CPP or *.H file into it, then highlight, copy, and paste
into Word. I use Word 2000 and the copy/paste process did transfer the
colorizing.

David Liske
Microsoft HTML Help MVP since 1999
http://mvps.org/htmlhelpcenter/

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2001\04\20@045445 by Michael Rigby-Jones

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