A pygments formatter that outputs <fo:inline> tags
This is a formatter for pygments that produces output marked up with tags with the appropriate colour and other presentational attributes set according to the pygments style in use.
It is possible that it could be used in more general docbook to pdf tool chains.
Install from pypi:
$ pip install pygments-xslfo-formatter
To install from the from the source distibution. Use any of the normal installation methods from the top directory of the distribution to install.
$ python setup.py install # Usual setup.py installation method $ pip install . # Using pip
This will install pygments if it is not already installed. You can check that it is working by listing the formatters and checking for the presence of one containing xslfo.
$ pygmentize -L formatters Formatters: ~~~~~~~~~~~ [... ommitted output ...] * xslfo, xsl-fo: Format tokens as XSL-FO ``<fo:inline>`` tags.
As this just adds a new formatter type to pygments, you just use’ xslfo’ where ever you might, for example, specify ‘html’ as a formatter name.
$ pygmentize -f xslso -l python setup.py
You should see lots of tags
To use with asciidoc, which is the initial purpose of this extension look at the example directory which contains a simple but complete example.
You can see an example pdf file here:
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