I’ve got quite a bunch of eMails in past 2 weeks asking me if I’d forgotten iG:Syntax Hiliter? 😕
No, I’d say, absolutely not. Its just that I’ve been quite busy in these past 2-3 months that I haven’t even been able to blog regularly. Now that I’ve sorted out most of the things(changed jobs, I’ll talk about it later in another post), I’ll have some free time each day & over the weekends too. So I’ll be able to devote my some time to my little projects. Read More
I’ve been sitting on it for over a week now, I can’t hold it any longer. 😀
Ladies & Gentlemen, I give you the much awaited, iG:Syntax Hiliter v2.0 Final. 😉
After really serious coding & much fretting, the final release of iG:Syntax Hiliter v2.0 is knocking on your doorstep. This is really an update to which a lot of you’ve been looking forward to(so it seemed from all the eMails that I got). 😀 I believe that this release wouldn’t disappoint you & will prove to be worth the wait. 😉 Read More
Its been quite some time & I’ve received quite a lot of eMails from people asking me when the v2.0 Final of iG:Syntax Hiliter will be released.
Firstly I’d like to express my gratitude to people who’ve taken few moments out of their busy schedule to try & implement my plugin & who are interested in it. Thanks guys, you are the best. 😉 Read More
So after fretting for long & causing much delay, finally I couldn’t keep it any longer. Presenting the Preview of iG:Syntax Hiliter v2.0, the only syntax hiliter plugin for WordPress 1.2 thats multilingual. 😀 Read More
Don’t look suspiciously at me, the Preview is just a figure of speech, to emphasise the fact that it still is lacking some features that I wanted in v2.0 which I’ll sort out shortly. Also, the new version of GeSHi is around the corner, so it’ll be there in the final release of iG:Syntax Hiliter v2.0.
What’s cooking? Well, I can’t tell you that, its a well guarded secret. 😉
Ok, enough fooling around, well, I’m testing a few things before I roll out the next version. The ASP highlighting is done, the WP formatting of quotes etc. is done. So, now what? If you remember, those are the two things that I spoke of in my last post. So what’s left now, you may ask. 😕 Read More
Been obsessed with my iG:Syntax Hiliter plugin & have devoted all of the little free time I get, to working on it. 😀 Read More
I’d say, I’m pretty happy at the way things are going. Just scroll down a post below, there’s an excellent post there for ASP coders & for users of iG:Syntax Hiliter plugin. 😀
An update of iG:Syntax Hiliter Plugin is available immediately. This has some minor but useful updations. 😉 Read More
Firstly it supports Line Numbering of code & secondly, the code is now in a box of fixed dimensions & will not be wrapped, meaning that the long lines will not be wrapped & broken, instead a scrollbar will appear. 😉 Many lines would have resulted in the code box stretching vertically, meaning that the page can go un-necessarily long. Now its of fixed dimensions & scrollbars will appear should they are required. 😀
The iG:Syntax Hiliter Plugin is ready to be released. Hold on, there’ll be no trumpets, no champagne, nothing. 😉 Just plain sordid affair. 😀 Read More
Ok, lets cut the crap. 😀 iG:Syntax Hiliter Plugin is a plugin that I made for highlighting my code & since its a bit of cool thing, I’ve decided to release it publicly. You can download it here & you can see it in action here. If you already don’t know, this plugin uses GeSHi for all of its syntax highlighting. Currently, this plugin highlights HTML, CSS, PHP, JAVA & SQL code. More languages will be possibly added in future. Its a bit easier if you just look at the implementation & if you look at the language files, its quite easy to create them if you are familiar with a language. So if you create a language file for any language, you can contact me & I’ll include it in the plugin. 😉
iG:Syntax Hiliter is a plugin that I’ve made. It can highlight the HTML, CSS, PHP, JAVA & SQL codes. I know there’s another syntax hilighter plugin. But that didn’t work on my machine, so I made this. 😉
Here’s a few examples of this plugin.
Some PHP Code
$var1 = "My Variable is "; // a variable
$var2 = 23;
some candy, eh? How about this? Read More