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[web] PHP C++ parser?

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Hey all, does anyone have a PHP script that will take in C++ code, and spit out coloured HTML that I could steal? Basicly exactly what the [ source ] tags here on GDNet do. Cheers, Steve

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You can attempt to use the Highlight File function. It's made for PHP but it might also work for C++.

Here's a little function/file I wrote up to output it nicely:


<?php

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// Title: PHP Source Code Display
// Author: Rob Loach (http://robloach.net)
// Description:
// A script which just displays the source of the
// given file.
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

// The file to display
$file = "/file.php";

// Extensively checks if a file exists
function file_exists_incpath ($file)
{
$paths = explode(PATH_SEPARATOR, get_include_path());
foreach ($paths as $path)
{
$fullpath = $path . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . $file;
if (file_exists($fullpath)) {
return true;
}
}
return false;
}

// See if the file exists
if (file_exists_incpath($file)){

// Display the source
echo "<h1>Source View</h1><p>Source of <a href='$file' target=_blank>$file</a>:</p>
<hr/><code>" .
highlight_file("$file", true) .
"</code><hr /><p>Processed: " .
date("F j, Y g:i:s a", time()) .
"</p>";
} else{
echo "<h1>Source View</h1><p>The given file does not exist (<a href='$file' target=_blank>$file</a>).</p>";
}

?>





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Yeah, I thought about using that, but theres bound to be some things that won't work right. I'll give it a go and see how it looks.

Cheers,
Steve

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Quote:
Original post by DerAnged
It just does not yet parse c++, or c++ keywords sutch as class.


I'm currently working on a C++ language file for Geshi. It doesn't have everything in it as C++ is just such a huge language, but it has the basic stuff. Still in construction. If you guys have anything to add to it, please help me out and tell me.

[Demo] [Source] [Download]

You have to put the file in the geshi directory and then set $language to "cpp" when you're using it.

Quote:
Originally from the Geshi Forums
The following languages from your list will already be supported in 1.0.2:

ActionScript
ASP
Assembly (NASM)
C++
javascript
Perl
Python
XML

In addition, some of the languages you list above, like Transact-SQL, can be substituted for by the plain SQL file.

Also, some other languages you've missed, like Bash and VisualFoxPro will be supported.


Well, until then, mine'll work [wink].

[Edited by - Rob Loach on October 20, 2004 2:11:29 PM]

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