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Jekyll Plugin for Ultraviolet
module Jekyll
class UltravioletTag < Liquid::Block
require "Uv"
# This defines an uvhighlight tag for code highlighting using Ultraviolet (must [sudo] gem install ultraviolet and dependancies)
# Syntax for tag is {% uvhighlight code [theme] ["linenumb|linenos"]%} which is similar to the pygments call
# code is required, theme and linenumb optional and in any order
def initialize(tag_name, arg, tokens)
super
copy_files? # copy css files if not in css directory
options = arg.split
numb_arg = options.length
case numb_arg
when 1
@lang = options[0]
@theme = "all_hallows_eve"
@linenums = false
when 2
@lang = options[0]
if options[1] =~ /(linenums|linenos)/ # uses either pygments keyword for display linenumber boolean or mine
@linenums = true
@theme = "all_hallows_eve"
else
@linenums = false
@theme = options[1]
end
when 3
@lang = options[0]
if options[1] =~ /(linenums|linenos)/ # in case you can't remember if theme is second or third!
@linenums = true
@theme = options[2]
else
@linenums = true
@theme = options[1]
end
else
raise SyntaxError.new("Syntax Error in 'uvhighlight' - Valid syntax: highlight <lang> [theme] [linenums|linenos]")
end
#check to see if good theme and code/syntax
themes = Uv.themes
syntaxes = Uv.syntaxes
if themes.index(@theme).nil?
raise SyntaxError.new("Theme Error in 'uvhighlight' - Valid themes: #{themes.inspect}")
end
if syntaxes.index(@lang).nil?
raise SyntaxError.new("Languaage Error in 'uvhighlight' - Valid languages: #{syntaxes.inspect}")
end
# we're off to the rendering
end
def render(context)
render_uv(context,super.join,@lang,@theme,@linenums)
# don't know why I broke this out
end
def render_uv(context,code,lang,theme,linenum)
output = Uv.parse( code.strip, "xhtml", lang, linenum, theme)
# Probably not good html to add in-line css link, but it works!
output = "<div style=\"overflow:auto\">
<link rel=\"stylesheet\" href=\"/css/uv/css/#{theme}.css\" type=\"text/css\" media=\"screen\" />
#{output}</div>"
# I was getting some strange stuff until I realized the below code sets a tag to not parse code with texttile
output = context["pygments_prefix"] + output if context["pygments_prefix"]
output = output + context["pygments_suffix"] if context["pygments_suffix"]
output
end
def copy_files?
# copy files is checked at each call to uvhighlight. If I could have it to the config file (--ultraviolot)
# it could add it at the beginning, but don't know how to do that so it is just a quick call
# to see if there is a "uv" directory in the css directory.
# if not there it copyies the css files from Ultraviolet. I assume there is a css directory
uvcssdir = File.dirname(File.dirname(__FILE__))+"/css/uv" #go up to parent (from _plugin) and then down into css directory
exists = File.exist?(uvcssdir)
if !exists
Dir.mkdir(uvcssdir)
Uv.copy_files("xhtml",uvcssdir)
end
end
end
end
Liquid::Template.register_tag('uvhighlight', Jekyll::UltravioletTag)
@akzhan

Should be

require 'uv'

to be correct under Linux etc.

Thanks to @anagami for fix.

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