Code to HTML

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    Code to HTML

    Is there a standard way to convert cpp code to HTML (for the purpose of publishing code samples on a website)? I am hoping there is a way to preserve the text coloring used in visual studio. Thanks.
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    I dont know what compiler you are using but I can do it in dev-c++
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    I'm using Visual Studio.Net...it's surprising that the option is not available (or at least I couldn't find it). Any other ideas?
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    Download a copy of Dev-CPP and use it's export feature

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    Perhaps this page is something for you?
    http://www.rafb.net/paste/
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    Highlight 2.2 is a nice utility that will convert your code into colored output in HTML, XHTML, RTF, TeX, LaTeX, XSL-FO and XML format.

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    i wrote my own little program to do this, pretty easy to do
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    As I was reading these posts, I was thinking of writing a program to do it...not because it's needed, but it just sounds kind of fun.

    I was thinking of using the output of the www.rafb.net page as a starting place on what the HTML should look like.

    BTW, thanks everyone for the info.
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    I just use the <pre> tag
    Hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by B0bDole
    I just use the <pre> tag
    that won't hold up colors or anything...

    I use this program for HTML and vB exporting of my C/C++ code. It's also capable of Visual Basic code, and since it's open source, you can learn alot from it.
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    I just finished my own version. Yes...the <pre> tag was useful.
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