Re: programlisting and bgcolor

On Wed, 2001-12-05 at 07:21, Matthias Clasen wrote:
> Looking at the current set of documents produced with gtk-doc, the
> red/green/blue coloring of text regions seems to be a somewhat arbitrary. My
> understanding is that gtk-doc tries to format things so that
> - function synopses are on blue background
> - parameter declarations are on red
> - examples are on green.
> - simple inline code snipplets are on white
> This works ok for function synopses and parameter declarations simple inline
> code snipplets, since the markup for function synopses and parameter
> declaration is generated by gtk-doc and inline code snipplets are generally
> marked up as literal if at all. But examples currently come out in a mixture
> of green and blue, since the green is used only if the programlisting is
> nested inside an example or
> informalexample, while other programlistings get blue, since gtk-doc
> generates programlistings for the function synopses.
> I would propose to have gtk-doc add a role attribute to the programlistings
> it produces for function synopses and let that role
> trigger blue. All other uses of programlisting should get green.
> Comments ?
> I'd volunteer to implement this if there is agreement.

Could you point to an example somewhere (e.g. in the docs on so we can see what you mean?

Yes, it would be good if all example code was in the same color.


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