Formats and posts via GoogleAPI. Code snippets are formatted for SyntaxHighlighter.
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Plugin for Sublime Text 3 that formats and posts to a blog. Code snippets are formatted for use with SyntaxHighlighter.
This plugin is meant to make posting code snippits to a Blogger blog easier by auto-formatting for the web and using SyntaxHighlighter to make it more visible. A blogpost will be coming soon showing how to set it up.
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Here is an example of how formatting is done.
The first line will be the post title.
Typically a paragraph or short description of the code to come will be next. It can span multiple lines but should never be indented. Code snippets should be preceded with a language as a caption and will be used to determine what brush will be used to highlight the syntax.
Java: // Code should be indented by 1 or more tabs int a = 1;// It can have blank lines in between but should // always be indented return true;
You can have normal text here before you add an output block. This block should look just like the code block but have “Output:” before the text.
Output: The output block should always be indented as well.
You can have as many code and output blocks as you wish. They should always have a blank line before and after to break up the flow.