[uf-discuss] Microformat for programming language reference?
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Sat Jan 17 21:30:57 PST 2009
It seems that for java, php, python, and ruby that list would be huge.
But it's not impossible, just need someone with a passion to write
something like that. Would be nice to see, since I too have to work
with a lot of different scripting/oo languages.
On Sat, Jan 17, 2009 at 12:43 PM, James Tindall <james at atomless.com> wrote:
> I do use pre and code elements when marking up code in html but that's not really what I meant. What I mean is that when I look at pages like this:
> Mr. Meitar Moscovitz wrote:
>> On Jan 18, 2009, at 3:24 AM, Toby A Inkster wrote:
>>> Maybe with some class attributes on the <code> elements.
>> I prefer to use a block like
>> <pre><code class="html"><!-- HTML code here --></code></pre>
>> unless the code is inline within a paragraph already. However, I've also seen the above pattern with the class name on the <pre> element instead of the <code> element, and I've seen this done without the <code> element at all. Not really sure which is "best," though the first seems the most straightforward to me.
>> My 2¢.
>> -Meitar Moscovitz
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