ColourCode in Ruby

by Satish Talim on April 19, 2007

ColourCode is a syntax highlighter. It can read in a source file and generate a syntax-highlighted version in various formats. ColourCode is written in Ruby and licensed under the GNU GPL Version 2. The author, Nikhil Marathe is based in Mumbai and is in the 12th grade. It is really encouraging to find someone so young and in India, putting his Ruby knowledge to good use. All the best Nikhil.

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Posted by Satish Talim

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Nikhil April 19, 2007 at 3:27 pm

Hi Satish,

First of all thanks for all the links everywhere.

Your resume is awesome!

I am sorry to disappoint you but Colourcode 0.3 is indefinitely delayed due to other comments (You know 12th standard :( ) I will try to release it by june, but you can always tweak the code yourself and i will be happy to merge it.

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Nikhil April 20, 2007 at 6:57 am

Just realised

“…indefinitely delayed due to other comments …”
its supposed to be commitments :D

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