distraction in action
Posts in category QLColorCode :
As QLColorCode fans are aware, Snow Leopard’s version of Xcode has caused some trouble for me. To wit, Xcode 3.2 shipped a Quick Look plugin that registered for the public.source-code uniform type identifier1 (UTI), which is the primary UTI that QLCC registers for so it can do it’s magic. In the world of [...]
Update: Thanks to a misconfiguration on my part, QLCC 2.0.0 didn’t work on Leopard. The problem is solved in QLCC 2.0.2.
Continuing on my “update side projects for Snow Leopard” theme, I’ve just rolled a new release of QLColorCode. I added support for a few new languages, including Scala, which is a personal fave. [...]
I just put up the latest release of QLColorCode, and it’s a doozy! Well, not really, but it does (probably) fix a crash bug that was biting me pretty frequently. It also adds some more miscellaneous language UTIs and lets you put a cap on the size of rendered files so you don’t [...]
QLColorCode 0.4.1 is out now. I briefly released 0.4 but then realized that it was completely and utterly broken by an untested, last-minute, “this can’t possibly break anything” change. You think I would’ve learned by now…
The change list is short and sweet. I’ve added UTIs for a few more languages (Tcl, JSP, [...]
There’s a new QLColorCode out. Two actually! Soon after releasing 0.2 I found a few annoying problems so I went ahead and released 0.3.
Thumbnailing is supported now, and the syntax highlighting engine has changed from Pygments to Highlight, mainly because it’s about 10x faster but also because it covers more languages. [...]
One of the features I’ve really liked in Leopard has been Quick Look. It’s a really nice way to browse files quickly, without opening up a bunch of random apps. However, the QL plugin that Apple provides for reading source code is, well, just plain boring. You just get the text, in [...]