As written in earlier posts, this tool allows you to copy code from Microsoft Visual Studio or another program that copies it's code in Rich Text Format, convert that code to other formats using predefined templates and then paste that converted code into any other program. The purpose of this tool is to quickly convert source code into publishable formats, like for example HTML, with a minimal effort and without limitation as to where it's going to be used.
With Beta 1, two templates are included:
- CodeEmbed4WebXml.xslt allows you to get an exact copy of the XML generated by the tool. This enables you to build your own .xslt templates based on example XML files you can generate yourself.
- ToHtml.xslt allows you to directly convert any code to html, so you can copy it into an html compatible program.
The template you had selected last, will be selected when the tool starts.
Now without further delay, I present you with the download link:
CodeEmbed4Web Beta 1 (.msi)
If you need any support, found a bug, ran into an error, have any questions, suggestions or remarks, or you just want to let me know you are using CodeEmbed4Web Beta 1, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update: I've recently fixed the above issue and reposted the setup at the above link. I'll also release a simple patch soon.
I hope you all enjoy this tool and please provide me with feedback.