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syntax colored lilypond code in docs?

From: Wilbert Berendsen
Subject: syntax colored lilypond code in docs?
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2008 16:29:22 +0100
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just for fun and to help some friends I'm hacking up a Dutch language Lily 
toot at . It's still in 

I create the syntax colored Lilycode HTML with Kate (KDE's editor). But while 
busy I thought it would be nice to have (not too intrusive) colored HTML in 
the documentation. The syntax highlighting should be added 
automagically, i.e. no *.itely files should be changed, just the build 
process should add the highlighting somehow, using some python script that 
could even get its words from the lily sourcecode like the .vim files.

I started trying to find where to begin, but: does Texinfo support colors? If 
it does, can @verbatim still be used? If not, how would I get a colored PDF? 
(Is that desired anyway?)

I'm quite proficient in HTML, but not in texinfo/dvi etc. But the nicest 
option would be have colored lilypond input in the PDF as well.

w best regards,
Wilbert Berendsen

"You must be the change you wish to see in the world."
        -- Mahatma Gandi

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