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Domino 2.0 Releases New Tool to Format Code for Web Display


Domino2.0.gifOver on the Domino 2.0 blog Michel Van Der Meiren has announced a cool new tool for taking blocks of code, including but not limited to Lotusscript and @Formulas, and formatting them into HTML so they look nice on the web. Many in the Domino blogging community have long used a similar tool written years ago by Julian Robichaux of NSFTools fame. I haven't played around enough with the new kid to say which tool I like better, but this is definitely worth checking out, especially since Michel's utility also included features for formatting CSS, Javascript, and even HTML itself. Nice job!

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