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Top 12 Python syntax-highlighting Projects
Rich is a Python library for rich text and beautiful formatting in the terminal.Project mention: I made a library for making user terminal input really really pretty! | /r/Python | 2023-06-03
You might consider taking inspiration from the rich module. In particular, I like how rich supports inline color theming which seems much more cumbersome in your framework, requiring the use of context managers as well as familiarity with how your framework structures color objects. Other than that though, I'm impressed!
A Terminal Client for MySQL with AutoCompletion and Syntax Highlighting.Project mention: Does anyone prefer the CLI over the shell, or other way around? If so, why? | /r/mysql | 2023-04-23
Also, check out MyCLI. https://github.com/dbcli/mycli "Terminal Client for MySQL with AutoCompletion and Syntax Highlighting"
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Modular visual interface for GDB in PythonProject mention: VSCode -> VIM, but how do I accomplish the other IDE tasks? | /r/vim | 2022-11-27
To debug, termdebug is built in to vim and supports a front end to gdb. In combination with gdb-dashboard this gives a reasonably good debugging experience
An interactive command-line HTTP and API testing client built on top of HTTPie featuring autocomplete, syntax highlighting, and more. https://twitter.com/httpie
Rich-cli is a command line toolbox for fancy output in the terminalProject mention: coBib 4.0: a modern UI using Textualize libraries | /r/Python | 2023-05-20
For more than a year I have been refactoring coBib, getting rid of its original ncurses-based TUI in favor of a more modern and a lot more maintainable textual-based TUI. Developing it has been a lot of fun and I must say that the team over at Textualize is doing a great job at developing libraries which are somehow very powerful and extensible while still being easy to use!
CLI for SQLite Databases with auto-completion and syntax highlightingProject mention: Awesome SQLite | dev.to | 2022-07-11
litecli - CLI for SQLite Databases with auto-completion and syntax highlighting
Pygments is a generic syntax highlighter written in PythonProject mention: Ask HN: What piece of code/codebase blew your mind when you saw it? | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-10-31
Its been a while since I worked with this lib but I always thought Pygments was pretty.
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pdb++, a drop-in replacement for pdb (the Python debugger)Project mention: Show HN: Clamshell- an experimental Python based shell | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-01-28
I like pdbpp. Make sure to install from source as there hasn’t been a release in a while.
🌈 Semantic Highlighting for Python in NeovimProject mention: Understanding highlighting for Python in Neovim | /r/neovim | 2023-03-28
Try https://github.com/numirias/semshi Semantic Highlighting for Python in Neovim
🌈Rainbow CSV - Vim plugin: Highlight columns in CSV and TSV files and run queries in SQL-like languageProject mention: Looking for two plugins for Log Analysis | /r/neovim | 2023-04-26
Probably not an exact fit, but this plugin came to mind: rainbow_csv
A fork of Tiago Barroso's Syntax Highlighting add-on with support for Anki 2.1 (by glutanimate)Project mention: How to show formatted code block? | /r/Anki | 2023-03-21
You can use the Syntax Highlighting Addon.
🚦🛠️⚙️Quo, a toolkit for writing Command-Line Interface applications and a Text User Interface framework for Python.Project mention: Getting Started with quo python | dev.to | 2022-08-31
from quo.console import Console console = Console() console.launch("https://quo.rtfd.io/")
Python syntax-highlighting related posts
coBib 4.0: a modern UI using Textualize libraries
4 projects | /r/Python | 20 May 2023
Looking for two plugins for Log Analysis
2 projects | /r/neovim | 26 Apr 2023
Does anyone prefer the CLI over the shell, or other way around? If so, why?
1 project | /r/mysql | 23 Apr 2023
Understanding highlighting for Python in Neovim
1 project | /r/neovim | 28 Mar 2023
How to show formatted code block?
1 project | /r/Anki | 21 Mar 2023
Is anyone still making text user interfaces for end users?
1 project | /r/ExperiencedDevs | 28 Jan 2023
C-style macros in Python!
4 projects | /r/programminghorror | 25 Dec 2022
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