ZF-5355: Zend Framework documentation syntax highlighting

Issue Type: Docs: Improvement Created: 2008-12-27T05:30:30.000+0000 Last Updated: 2010-03-29T05:50:53.000+0000 Status: Resolved Fix version(s): - 1.10.0 (27/Jan/10)

Reporter: Martin Hujer (mhujer) Assignee: Mickael Perraud (mikaelkael) Tags: Related issues: Attachments:


Zend Framework docs can be easily syntax highlighted:…

It would be nice to have them highlighted on official site.

I've been told, that the code beginning with <?php is JS highlighted, but I couldn't find any.


Posted by Thomas Weidner (thomas) on 2008-12-27T15:46:37.000+0000

CHM and docbook use different standards for compilation. Also we have PDF which uses a third default.

You can't compare those against each other. The written (source) manual is the smallest source to all three target formats.

Posted by Martin Hujer (mhujer) on 2008-12-27T17:55:21.000+0000

Yeah, but the HTML manual it the first thing most of the users will see (and I still use it) and if it is colorful, users will like it more .

Posted by Thomas Weidner (thomas) on 2008-12-28T08:41:40.000+0000

You referred to CHM and said PHP is highlighted, which is not true for HTML rendering.

This is done by the additional script which adds a span to the compiled HTML source. Actually there is no way to add a span to docbook itself.

Michael and me are trying to increase the usability of all manuals. We are aware of such things.

Posted by Wil Sinclair (wil) on 2009-01-14T13:37:42.000+0000

I may be able to add Dojo highlighting to the manual, but that would require shipping the Dojo library with all html dists of the docs. Let me mull it over for a while.

Posted by Mickael Perraud (mikaelkael) on 2010-03-29T05:50:53.000+0000

Resolved since new 1.10 online documentation

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