Vim RTF Pygmentize
Suppose you will write a presentation using Keynote and need to convert chunks of code to Keynote without losing syntax highlighting. This plugin helps you with that: it converts pieces of code to RTF and copies it to the OSX clipboard.
It is basically a wrapper around the pygments library, and was created to help me adding chunks of code to my Keynote presentations.
Right now this plugin only works on OS X, but I would be grateful if someone make it work in another systems.
Before installing the plugin, you need to install the pygments library. You can do it with the following command:
There are two available options to configure this plugin:
" Valid options are: 'default', 'emacs', 'friendly' and 'colorful' let g:rtfp_theme = 'emacs'
You can use the vim2pygments project to generate more themes to pygments using your vim themes.
let g:rtfp_font = 'Monaco'
To highlight a file, you can use:
You can also specify the language to use on highlight with:
It also works with visual selections.
This Vim plugin is inspired at rtf-highlight plugin
Rafael Mendonça França (https://github.com/rafaelfranca)
MIT License. Copyright 2011 Rafael França