When you do this from vi, the window will split into two and one will show the corresponding html code generated (Ok, I hope its understood that this needs to be done when syntax highlighting is enabled). The new file generated will have the name
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Ever wanted to post your c code on your web page just as colorful as it looks in your vi editor? Well, I used to do this very often in the past. But then one fine day my (free) web hosting provider vanished and I lost all that. Then I stopped it for a long time. Recently I wanted to post some C codes that way, but could not remember how to do that. It took me 15-20 minutes of google search to get that command. Well its simple:
. Save this new html file and you are ready to publish your code in its colorful glory.