OK i found one by googling at last.
Download link: http://www.webfile.ws/d/10799
I get this, probably because I don't have the framework:
Last edited by dwks; 09-07-2006 at 04:35 PM.
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NO!Originally Posted by Thantos
we swore we'd keep pandora's box closed forever...
and btw your colorization is fugly... this is sooo much prettier
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Now that's some scary deja vu
<playing the twilight zone music in the background>
But I dont want to install .NET framework.
So I'm going to get my code colored some other way,
It wont do anything bad to you. I know what is in your mind, but you will need it soon to run some programs.Because I dont like .NET...
My package is only 1.57 MB and it will install all its needs.
Why all the guff?
Should be what - few hundred lines of ANSI standard C or C++. There's nothing in the problem which warrants dragging around 1.5MB of vendor specific crap just to do a bit of text processing.
C'mon, produce a standard language version which anyone can compile for any OS!
Which UI works on any OS?C'mon, produce a standard language version which anyone can compile for any OS!
.NET is supposed to be portable, like Java.
Sure, like it will compile on Mac OS X or Linux!.NET is supposed tobe portable, like Java.
> Which UI works on any OS?
The command line one of course.
colourise input.c > output.txt
Whilst it lacks the pretty colours of your interface (oohhh, aaaahhh), its simple and gets the job done, and is actually more useful in the long run as it is far simpler to integrate with other tools (including wrapping a GUI around it if you wanted to).