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Add syntax highlighting to nbshow output.
#!/usr/bin/env python
Add syntax highlighting to nbshow output.
import argparse
import re
import pygments
import pygments.lexers
import pygments.formatters
import sarge
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='nbshow with syntax highlighting')
args = parser.parse_args()
# Only show source cells:
p = sarge.capture_stdout('nbdime show -O -A -M -D %s' % args.input)
def pad(text, n_cols):
return '\n'.join([' '*n_cols+line for line in text.split('\n')])
def unpad(text, n_cols):
return '\n'.join([line[n_cols:] for line in text.split('\n')])
def find_offset(text):
return len('^(\s+)', text).group(1))
s = re.split('(^\w+ cell \d+:\n\s+source:\n)', p.stdout.text,
markdown_lexer = pygments.lexers.MarkdownLexer()
python3_lexer = pygments.lexers.Python3Lexer()
terminal_formatter = pygments.formatters.Terminal256Formatter()
for title, content in zip(s[::2], s[1::2]):
n_cols = find_offset(content)
content_unpad = unpad(content, n_cols)
if 'markdown' in title:
tmp = pygments.highlight(content_unpad,
markdown_lexer, terminal_formatter)
elif 'code' in title:
tmp = pygments.highlight(content_unpad,
python3_lexer, terminal_formatter)
raise ValueError
print(pad(tmp, n_cols))
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