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Arch Repo Name Version Description Last Updated Flag Date
i686 Community highlight 3.36-1 Fast and flexible source code highlighter (CLI version) 2017-05-14
x86_64 Community highlight 3.36-1 Fast and flexible source code highlighter (CLI version) 2017-05-14

31 matching packages found.

Arch Repo Name Version Description Last Updated Flag Date
any Community cherrytree 0.38.0-1 Hierarchical note taking application featuring rich text and syntax highlighting 2017-05-14
any Community colordiff 1.0.16-1 A Perl script wrapper for 'diff' that produces the same output but with pretty 'syntax' highlighting 2017-05-14
any Community diff-so-fancy 0.11.4-1 Good-looking diffs with diff-highlight and more 2017-05-14
x86_64 Community gambas3-gb-eval-highlight 3.9.2-4.hyperbola1 Expression evaluator highlight component, with qt5-webkit-ng support 2019-05-23
i686 Community gambas3-gb-eval-highlight 3.9.2-4.hyperbola1 Expression evaluator highlight component, with qt5-webkit-ng support 2019-05-23
x86_64 Extra gtksourceview2 2.10.5-3 A text widget adding syntax highlighting and more to GNOME 2017-05-14
i686 Extra gtksourceview2 2.10.5-3 A text widget adding syntax highlighting and more to GNOME 2017-05-14
i686 Extra gtksourceview3 3.24.1+1+ge88e8299-1 A text widget adding syntax highlighting and more to GNOME 2017-05-14
x86_64 Extra gtksourceview3 3.24.1+1+ge88e8299-1 A text widget adding syntax highlighting and more to GNOME 2017-05-14
i686 Extra gtkspell 2.0.16-3 Provides word-processor-style highlighting and replacement of misspelled words in a GtkTextView widget 2017-05-14
x86_64 Extra gtkspell 2.0.16-3 Provides word-processor-style highlighting and replacement of misspelled words in a GtkTextView widget 2017-05-14
x86_64 Community gtkspell3 3.0.9-1 Provides word-processor-style highlighting and replacement of misspelled words in a GtkTextView widget 2017-05-14
i686 Community gtkspell3 3.0.9-1 Provides word-processor-style highlighting and replacement of misspelled words in a GtkTextView widget 2017-05-14
x86_64 Community haskell-skylighting 0.1.1.5-15 Syntax highlighting library 2017-05-14
i686 Community haskell-skylighting 0.1.1.5-15 Syntax highlighting library 2017-05-14
x86_64 Community highlight 3.36-1 Fast and flexible source code highlighter (CLI version) 2017-05-14
i686 Community highlight 3.36-1 Fast and flexible source code highlighter (CLI version) 2017-05-14
x86_64 Community highlight-gui 3.36-1 Fast and flexible source code highlighter (Qt version) 2017-05-14
i686 Community highlight-gui 3.36-1 Fast and flexible source code highlighter (Qt version) 2017-05-14
any Community minted 2.4.1-1 Syntax highlighted source code for LaTeX 2017-05-14
any Community perl-html-highlight 0.20-6 Perl/CPAN Module HTML::Highlight 2017-05-14
any Community pygmentize 2.2.0-1 Python syntax highlighter 2017-05-14
any Community python-pygments 2.2.0-1 Python syntax highlighter 2017-05-14
any Community python2-pygments 2.2.0-1 Python syntax highlighter 2017-05-14
x86_64 Extra source-highlight 3.1.8-11 Convert source code to syntax highlighted document 2017-05-14
i686 Extra source-highlight 3.1.8-11 Convert source code to syntax highlighted document 2017-05-14
i686 Extra syntax-highlighting 5.33.0-1 Syntax highlighting engine for structured text and code 2017-05-14
x86_64 Extra syntax-highlighting 5.33.0-1 Syntax highlighting engine for structured text and code 2017-05-14
x86_64 Community vbindiff 3.0_beta4-7 displays files in hexadecimal and ASCII (or EBCDIC) and highlight the differences between them 2017-05-14
i686 Community vbindiff 3.0_beta4-7 displays files in hexadecimal and ASCII (or EBCDIC) and highlight the differences between them 2017-05-14
any Community zsh-syntax-highlighting 0.5.0-1 Fish shell like syntax highlighting for Zsh 2017-05-14

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