Applications :: Printing Support (line Numbers - Syntax Highlighting - Multiple Columns Per Page - Customizable Fonts And Sizes) Not Available

Jun 17, 2010

I've been looking though different editors for one that has good printing support. Ideally it should be able to print C++ code with line numbers, syntax highlighting, multiple columns per page, customizable fonts and sizes and a print preview feature so that I can make sure it looks right before sending it to the printer. It appears that notepad++ had at least some of these features, but it is not available on linux. The best I could do so far is to copy/paste the output of 'cat -n foo.cpp' into oowriter and format it into two colums. I don't get synax highlighting though and I have to manually replace tabs with a few spaces as well as some excessive leading spaces before the line numbering.

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General :: Printing Command Line History Without Line Numbers?

Aug 22, 2011

How can I print Linux command line history without including the line numbers? I want to send it all to a text file like this:history >> history.txt

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Jun 24, 2010

syntax on , is in ~/.vim file but still not syntax higlighting in vim a.cpp.Why?

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Ubuntu :: Firefox Font Sizes Vary From Page To Page?

Jul 11, 2010

10.04; 64 bit In Firefox, the size of the fonts varies greatly from site to site. Some are too small to read, others huge. Some headings and menus overlap.Screen size: 1152 x 864

My settings are:
Proportional: serif 14
Serif: Times New Roman
Sans serif: Arial
Monospace: Courier New 14

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Debian :: Can't Get Work Terminal Syntax Highlighting

May 6, 2010

I can't get work terminal syntax highlighting for other users then root.To get the same result I've created /home/user/.bashrc and added the above options.I've also tried to override LS_OPTIONS in system-wide: /etc/bash.bashrc.In all cases is the highlighting working only for root.

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Fedora :: XEmacs Syntax Highlighting Does Not Work

Mar 30, 2011

I have installed FEDORA 14 in my machine. I am not able to have the syntax highlighting in the xemacs. I tried a file.f90 for a FORTRAN 90 program . I tried to flag the syntax highlighting in this buffer without success.
rpm -q xemacs

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Aug 20, 2010

I'm working on reorganizing my .bashrc. I moved my aliases to .bash_aliases (which is sourced by .bashrc, but I can't figure out how to enable syntax highlighting for this file. vim seems unable to figure out what language the file is in. It works fine for .bashrc.

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Jun 8, 2010

The site that used to host the language spec file for .erb/.rhtml for ruby/rails syntax highlighting is no more.If someone could attach the file for gtksourceview-2.It's located in /usr/share/gtksourceview-2.0/ language-specs/ and probably called rhtml.lang

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Ubuntu :: Gedit Syntax Highlighting Not Working Under Home Dir

Nov 9, 2010

I've been battling with this weird problem for a while now and since I can't seem to find a decent answer I'm hoping one of you guys can steer me in the right direction. The problem is simple... syntax highlighting is not working consistently on ".rb" files.

My user name on my Ubuntu 10.04 LTS is jean-marc. So if I do
touch /home/jean-marc/testing.rb
and then
gedit /home/jean-marc/testing.rb
The file comes up as "Plain Text"

If I copy the file into /tmp/ and do gedit /tmp/testing.rb
the file comes up as "Ruby"
If I do
gedit /home/jean-marc/afile.rb
and the file does not exists the file comes up as "Ruby"

If I manually set the Syntax Highlight mode on my file gedit seems to remember it. Since most of the files are generated through scripting they all come as "Plain Text" and it's definitely not the best way to edit them. Also, the files, no matter where they are show up as "Ruby script (application/x-ruby)" when showing the attributes through nautilus. Now, before someone tells use, use this software or that software instead of gedit, well I'm happy with the tool and its plugins. I'm efficient with it and I'd rather stick to it.

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General :: Configuration File For Vi Or Vim Editor For Syntax Highlighting?

Sep 10, 2010

On this Red Hat Box that I am using there is no .vimrc file for the user root. So, I created one and entered only one line to highlight syntax with colors when I am writing scripts in PHP and Bash. But it is not working.

[root@localhost ~]# cat ~/.vimrc
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Slackware :: What Viewer To Use For Viewing Man Pages With Syntax Highlighting

Nov 30, 2010

Is there a utility or method enabling easier navigation (keyword search, hyperlink etc) or color/syntax highlighting when viewing man pages?

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Fedora :: Emacs: Set Syntax Highlighting For Unknown File Type

Mar 20, 2010

How can I tell emacs that a file type that it doesn't recognise should have the same syntax highlighting as one it does?

Xfig produces .pstex files which I want to be highlighted like .ps/.eps

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General :: Custom Syntax Highlighting In Bash Shell - Using Keywords

Apr 25, 2011

I know it's possible to change the $ user@hostname colors, but is it possible to color different things? Could I make all numbers/integers a certain color. Or set certain keywords to be bold?

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Jan 10, 2010

I'm using a dark theme (Obsidian Coast) which is making things a pain to read using the default LaTeX syntax highlighting and color schema of Kate. I can edit the schema just fine, but that does not affect the colors of certain highlighting features, such as the color of expressions which fill in the ellipses of "section{...}", which turn out black or "egin{...}" which turn out dark blue.

Is there any way to fine-tune the highlighting features of a particular kind of markup (LaTeX in my case)?

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Ubuntu :: Fortran Syntax Highlighting And Code Folding Editor Wanted?

Jul 27, 2011

I am looking for a text editor that does 1) syntax highlighting2) code folding3) it would be a bonus if I could set which macros were defined and it would show me the source I have tried geany, and codeblocks. Both incorrectly code fold around preprocessor #ifdef and #endif. The gedit plugin doesn't seem to work at all

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General :: Parsing Columns In Bash / Extract The First Set Of Numbers And Get Them To Appear Only Once?

Sep 28, 2009

as a result of a find command, i have

852065 72: /bin/gunzip
852065 72: /bin/gzip
852065 72: /bin/zcat

(the first column is inode number and the second is size if you're curious)

I want to be able to format it in a way such that:
852065 72:

I know I can get the bottom half using awk- but I can't figure out how to extract the first set of numbers and get them to appear only once

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Jun 16, 2010

I have a Perl script that has two arrays - they are related. I would like to print out the contents into two columns next to each other.

open(PINGFILE, </home/casper/pingdata.txt") or die " can not open file ";
my @totalfile=<PINGFILE>;
foreach $string(@totalfile) {
if ($string =~ m/(^1sping)(?=.*max))/) {


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Ubuntu :: Calibri And Cambria Fonts Looks Poor At Smaller Font Sizes?

Jan 12, 2011

Recently I installed some of the MS Office 2007 fonts onto my Ubuntu 10.10 machine in order to use them. Unfortunately, a few of them look really blocky at font sizes smaller than 16 pt. The two i'm having issues with are Calibri and Cambria. I don't seem to have this issue with any other set of fonts. Here is a screenshot of the issue in question. I remember having this same issue on 10.04, before I upgraded, if it means anything.

By the way, I took the fonts from a windows machine, on which the fonts were working properly.

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Jul 18, 2011

In linux terminal; how can we get the number of rows ad columns from linux kernel? I tried from environment variables(LINES,COLUMNS) but, I could not retrieve them as my editor program is a child process to linux terminal process.

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Ubuntu :: LaTeX Regarding Multiple Columns?

Dec 19, 2010

I was trying to do a school assignment in LaTeX. The assignment involves having the page split into three columns: the first column is for the quote, the second is for a reaction, and the third is for questions. These columns must be able to break in the middle of a row. I was trying to accomplish this using LaTeX.

First, I tried the longtable environment, but that would not allow me to pagebreak in the middle of a row. Then, I tried parcolumns, but for some reason, the second "row" had a huge space between the first two words. Does anyone know of an environment suitable for this kind of work?

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General :: Cut Multiple Columns At A Time?

Aug 18, 2010

I am having a souce file (say SOURCEFILE) as below with 5 columns and many rows.

pol name status loan address
123 aaa 21 100 RJY
234 bbb 31 200 RMY
345 ccc 21 300 SJY
456 ddd 41 400 pqr

i want to compare the file (say COMPAREFILE ) which is below :


I need the following output file (sayOUTPUTFILE) as below :

( ie for file COMPAREFILE i need column 2, column 4 ie name and loan from source file )

ie output file required is to be like below :

123 aaa 100
345 ccc 400

Till now iam using the following method.

1. cutting column 2nd column
2. again cutting 4th column
3. in third, step merging the 2nd and 4 th column.

method of writting single line command or any awk programme to do this in one step.

I need output file (say OUTPUTFILE) as below

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Programming :: AWK - Combining Multiple Columns?

Feb 23, 2010

I have a folder with only 24 files named <number>.dat (i.e. 4.dat, 6.dat and so on) where <number> is between 0 and 256. Each file has just two columns of data and nothing else.

I'm trying to combine all the second columns ($2) together. I've been fiddling around with getline and so far have

awk '{ getline ln < "6.dat" ; print ln" "$2 }' 4.dat

which takes file 4.dat and adds $2 from 6.dat, but I want a single command to take each $2 from every file and add them to (for example) 4.dat (having $1 from 4.dat is no problem). A command that takes every file in the folder and grabs $2 and places them in a common file would be ideal. Frankly I can work around if you combine both columns from every file.

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Ubuntu :: Reset Apparent Pdf Page Numbers In Evince?

Jan 13, 2011

how to re-set the page numbers of a pdf file within evince (without modifiying the pdf file). The point is that I am reading an article, and I would like the set "page 1" as "page 43". modifying page numbers of a pdf file is a bit tricky. So, I want to avoid that. What I wanna do is to make evince "think" page 1 is page 43.

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OpenSUSE :: Multiple Monitors With Different Sizes And Orientations?

Mar 29, 2010

I would like to create the following setup:

3 monitors: 1 2 3
monitor 1 and 3: 4:3 monitors, running 1600x1200, rotated 90 degrees
monitor 2: 16:9 monitor, running 1920x1080

Can this be done in Linux? If so: how? If not: what's preventing it from being possible?

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General :: Extracting Columns From Multiple Files With Awk?

Sep 22, 2010

I'd like to extract a single column from 5 different files and put them gether in an output file. I saw a similar question for 2 input files, and the line of code workd very well, the code is:awk 'NR==FNR{a[NR]=$2; next} {print a[FNR], $2}' file1 file2I added the file3, file4 and file5 at the end, but it doesn't work. Does anyone know what do I have to do?

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General :: Merge Columns From Multiple Files?

Dec 20, 2010

I want to merge columns (selectively) from several files and create a new file with the merge output. I saw some suggestions to use pr/paste to join the columns and then awk to pick-up the columns.

pr -m -t -s file1 file2 | gawk '{print $4,$5,$6,$1}'
But I have hundreds of files and I cannot manually pick up columns using awk as given in


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May 26, 2011

I've been hitting my head against a wall for awhile with this one:As the last part of some data analysis I performing I would to construct a matrix from a series of different files. These files have the format:

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Ubuntu :: Removing Headers And Page Numbers From A Txt Ebook And Retain Formatting With Vim

Jul 9, 2010

I have a text file of a book I want to read on an ereader. The problem is that within the file there are page numbers and headers that make it look like this: Code: But then, getting into the heat of the work, 580 ANNA KARENINA and seeing how diligently and zealously Veslovsky pulled the cart by the splash-board, so that he even broke it off... o as you can see the header and page numbers break up sentences which makes it annoying to read.

I managed to use the find a replace tool in VIM to remove the page numbers and the header and join the lines together (If anyone is interested how I did it, let me know and I can post this. Although I admit that I probably did it in a very convoluted way). So now it looks like this:

Code: But then, getting into the heat of the work, seeing how diligently and zealously Veslovsky pulled the cart by the splash-board, so that he even broke it off... But now it has joined some lines I didn't want joined (ie lines where a page break fell at the same place as a paragraph break). So some parts look like this (the XI being the number of the next section):

Code: 'A fine marsh! Veslovsky must have hampered you. It's inconvenient for two with one dog,' said Stepan Arkadyich, softening his triumph.XI When Levin and Stepan Arkadyich came to the cottage of the muzhik with whom Levin always stayed... My question is: is there a way to use an if statement or something to ensure that it formats the book correctly. For example, could I get vim (or something else for that matter) to check to see whether the line ends with a period or a quotation mark, and next line begins with a capital letter or another quotation mark and exempt those lines from the join command?

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Ubuntu :: After Update Openoffice Documents Page Numbers And Other References Are Destroyed

Sep 27, 2010

I use Ubuntu 10.04 2.6.32-25-generic kernel After I did some automatic updates, in my Openoffice documets page numbers and other references are destroyed. Example, only "pagenumber" is written instead of page number.

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General :: Bash Script To Read Csv File With Multiple Length Columns

Jul 27, 2011

I've searched everywhere and I can't come up with a good solution. For each line I need to find the average, min, and max. I've seen plenty of solutions where the number of columns is fixed, unfortunately for me these lines can get pretty large. My thought was to read each line individually into an array, loop through the array and find the avg, min, and max that way but i haven't had much luck. I can read each line using a while loop but I'm having trouble with the array part, or perhaps that's not the best solution?

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