Convert a Vim Window to HTML

Apr 11, 2012

By Jamison Dance

More blogging as remembering stuff. If you want to convert a Vim buffer to HTML, syntax highlighting and color theme and all, use this command:


It opens a new buffer full of HTML that will look pretty much like your Vim window when opened in a browser. Warning, this will include line numbers and other weird things, so you might have to tweak Vim if you want to make copy-paste friendly code.

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