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16007Re: pretty print

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  • Douglas L . Potts
    Feb 2, 2001
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      Quoting Ragnar Beer <rbeer@...>:
      > Howdy!
      >
      > I came to VIM only recently and I like it a lot! One thing I haven't
      > yet found out is how to print syntax-colored code. On XEmacs I used
      > "pretty print" for that. It prints nicely formatted A4 or letter
      > pages with a header and footer, pagenumber and syntax coloring.
      > What's the VIM way to get that kind of prints?
      My favorite (at least for Windoze), which has been sited on this list
      several times, is a little utility called PrintFile from Peter Lerup, at
      http://hem1.passagen.se/ptlerup

      For Unix, I don't have a pretty print one.

      -Doug

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