How to check error during syntax highlighting
john at keeping.me.uk
Mon Dec 24 19:02:52 CET 2018
On Mon, Dec 24, 2018 at 06:37:12PM +0900, Katsuya Horiuchi wrote:
> I have been playing with filters, specifically syntax-highlighting.py,
> in order to render markdown in tree.
> However, I would see empty output when something goes wrong.
> Is it possible to check error during syntax highlighting (i.e. take log)?
The filter's stderr stream may appear in the web server's log file.
I use a small Python program for experimenting with CGit, which will
forward stderr from the filter:
You can also simply run CGit in a terminal with a couple of environment
variables set, although this is not the most straightforward mechanism
to set up. See cgit_url() in tests/setup.sh for an example of this.
More information about the CGit