Version 0.23 of CPP2RTF is out. This is a bug-correcting release (it would crash if the default keyword file was not found). Additionally, specifying a non-existent keyword file now prints a warning, instead of stopping the program.
CPP2RTF is a small console programs that I wrote to build listings of C++ source code in RTF format (which many word processors understand), so that they can be printed with highlighting on a B&W printer. Its features include:
This program is Free Software, licensed under the GNU General Public License.
As it is a free software, its source code is available. Precompiled binaries for Windows and Cygwin are also available. It is hosted on SourceForge, a free service to Open Source developpers.
Here is an example of the results you can get using CPP2RTF. It is the main file of the program itself.
CPP2RTF version 0.23 by Xavier Nodet Copyright (c) 1999-2002 The home page for this project is http://cpp2rtf.free.fr Please report bugs/suggestions to email@example.com Parses the files specified (awaiting CPP sources) and outputs the listings in RTF format. Uses, if available, the keyword file (one per line) indicated by the environment variable $(CPP2RTFKEYWORDFILE), or the file $(HOME)/.usertype.dat (the first one that exists). Usage : cpp2rtf [options] cppFile1 cppFile2... Options : -h, --help Print this screen. -v, --version Print the version of the program. -f, --filter Act as a filter and ignore specified files. -nl, --nolandscape RTF output is NOT to be set up in landscape mode, with two columns. -k, --keywordfile Next word is a keyword file name to be used instead of the default one.