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       chroma - general purpose syntax highlighting program


       chroma [options] files ...


       This manual page documents briefly the chroma command.


       These  programs  follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with
       two dashes (`-').  A summary of options is included below.

       –help  Show context-sensitive help.

       –list  List lexers, styles and formatters.

              Do not buffer output.

       –trace Trace lexer states as they are traversed.

       –check Do not format, check for tokenization errors instead.

              Filename to use for selecting a lexer when reading from stdin.

       -l, –lexer=autodetect
              Lexer to use when formatting.

       -s, –style=swapoff
              Style to use for formatting.

       -f, –formatter=terminal
              Formatter to use.

       –html  Enable HTML mode (equivalent to `–formatter html').

              HTML CSS class prefix.

              Output HTML CSS styles.

              Output HTML fragment.

              Output HTML with inline styles (no classes).

              Set the HTML tab width.

              Include line numbers in output.

              Split line numbers and code in a HTML table

              Style for line numbers.

              Highlight these lines.

              Style used for highlighting lines.

              Base line number.

              Show application version.


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