codeview-android 0,1,0

Show code content with syntax highlighting in native way.

CodeView (Android)

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CodeView helps to show code content with syntax highlighting in native way.

Description

CodeView contains 3 core parts to implement necessary logic:

  1. CodeClassifier is trying to define what language presented in code snippet. It built upon Naive Bayes classifier. There is no need to work with this class directly & you must just follow instructions below. (Experimental module, may not work properly!)

  2. For highlighting it uses CodeHighlighter, just highlights your code & returns formatted content. It based on Google Prettify and their Java implementation & fork.

  3. CodeView & related abstract adapter to provide customization (see below).

Download

Add it in your root build.gradle at the end of repositories:

allprojects {
    repositories {
        ...
        maven { url "https://jitpack.io" }
    }
}

Add the dependency:

compile 'com.github.softwee:codeview-android:1.1.2'

Usage

If you want to use code classifier to auto language recognizing just add to your Application.java:

// train classifier on app start
CodeProcessor.init(this);

Add view for your layout:

<io.github.kbiakov.codeview.CodeView
	android:id="@+id/code_view"
	android:layout_width="wrap_content"
	android:layout_height="wrap_content"/>

Use chaining syntax when build view:

CodeView codeView = (CodeView) findViewById(R.id.code_view);

codeView.highlightCode("js")
        .setColorTheme(ColorTheme.SOLARIZED_LIGHT.withBgContent(myColor))
        .setCodeContent(getString(R.string.listing_js));

And perform actions sequentially when view built:

codeView.setCodeContent(getString(R.string.listing_java));
codeView.highlightCode("java");

You can use both forms for build & built view, but note: setCodeContent(String) is final step when you build your view, otherwise not. If you firstly highlight and then set code content, code will not be highlighted if view was not built yet. Instructions above helps you to avoid errors. View has state to handle this behavior.

Customizing

Use implicit form to code highlighting:

codeView.highlightCode();

or eplixit (see available extensions below):

codeView.highlightCode("js"); // it will work fast!

Use default color theme:

codeView.setColorTheme(ColorTheme.SOLARIZED_LIGHT);

or extend default:

int myColor = ContextCompat.getColor(this, R.color.my_color);
codeView.setColorTheme(ColorTheme.MONOKAI.withBgContent(myColor));

or provide your own (don’t forget to open PR with this stuff!)

codeView.setColorTheme(new ColorThemeData(new SyntaxColors(...), ...));

Handle user clicks on code lines:

codeView.setCodeListener(new OnCodeLineClickListener() {
    @Override
    public void onCodeLineClicked(int n, @NotNull String line) {
        Log.i("ListingsActivity", "On " + (n + 1) + " line clicked");
    }
});

Enable shadows to hide scrolled content:

codeView.setShadowsEnabled(true);

Adapter customization

Sometimes you may want to add some content under line. You can create your own implementation as follows:

  1. Create your model to store data, for example some MyModel class.

  2. Extend AbstractCodeAdapter<MyModel> typed by your model class.

  3. Implement necessary methods in obtained MyCodeAdapter:

    // Kotlin
    class MyCodeAdapter : AbstractCodeAdapter<MyModel> {
    constructor(context: Context, content: String) : super(context, content)
    
    
    override fun createFooter(context: Context, entity: MyModel, isFirst: Boolean) =
        /* init & return your view here */
    }
    
    // Java
    public class MyCodeAdapter extends AbstractCodeAdapter<MyModel> {
    public CustomAdapter(@NotNull Context context, @NotNull String content) {
    	// @see params in AbstractCodeAdapter
        super(context, content, true, 10, context.getString(R.string.show_all), null);
    }
    
    
    @NotNull
    @Override
    public View createFooter(@NotNull Context context, CustomModel entity, boolean isFirst) {
        return /* your initialized view here */;
    }
    }
    


  4. Set custom adapter to your code view:

    final MyCodeAdapter adapter = new MyCodeAdapter(this, getString(R.string.listing_py));
    codeView.setAdapter(diffsAdapter);
    


  5. Init footer entities to provide mapper from your view to model:

    // it will add an addition diff to code line
    adapter.addFooterEntity(16, new MyModel(getString(R.string.py_addition_16), true));
    // and this a deletion diff
    adapter.addFooterEntity(11, new MyModel(getString(R.string.py_deletion_11), false));
    


  6. You can also add a multiple diff entities:

    AbstractCodeAdapter<MyModel>.addFooterEntities(HashMap<Int, List<MyModel>> myEntities)
    

    Here you must provide a map from code line numbers (started from 0) to list of line entities. It will be mapped by adapter to specified footer views.

See Github diff as example of my “best practice” implementation.

How it looks in app

See example.

CodeView_Android_Solarized_light CodeView_Android_Monokau CodeView_Android_Default

List of available languages & their extensions

C/C++/Objective-C ("c", "cc", "cpp", "cxx", "cyc", "m"), C# ("cs"), Java ("java"), Bash ("bash", "bsh", "csh", "sh"), Python ("cv", "py", "python"), Perl ("perl", "pl", "pm"), Ruby ("rb", "ruby"), JavaScript ("javascript", "js"), CoffeeScript ("coffee"), Rust ("rc", "rs", "rust"), Appollo ("apollo", "agc", "aea"), Basic ("basic", "cbm"), Clojure ("clj"), Css ("css"), Dart ("dart"), Erlang ("erlang", "erl"), Go ("go"), Haskell ("hs"), Lisp ("cl", "el", "lisp", "lsp", "scm", "ss", "rkt"), Llvm ("llvm", "ll"), Lua ("lua"), Matlab ("matlab"), ML (OCaml, SML, F#, etc) ("fs", "ml"), Mumps ("mumps"), N ("n", "nemerle"), Pascal ("pascal"), R ("r", "s", "R", "S", "Splus"), Rd ("Rd", "rd"), Scala ("scala"), SQL ("sql"), Tex ("latex", "tex"), VB ("vb", "vbs"), VHDL ("vhdl", "vhd"), Tcl ("tcl"), Wiki ("wiki.meta"), XQuery ("xq", "xquery"), YAML ("yaml", "yml"), Markdown ("md", "markdown"), formats ("json", "xml", "proto"), "regex"

Didn’t found yours? Please, open issue to show your interest & I’ll try to add this language in next releases.

List of available themes

  1. Default (simple light theme)
  2. Solarized Light
  3. Monokai

Contribute

  1. You can add your theme (see ColorTheme class). Try to add some classic color themes or create your own if it looks cool. You can find many of them in different open-source text editors.
  2. If you are strong in a regex add missed language as shown here. You can find existing regex for some language in different sources of js-libraries, etc, which plays the same role.
  3. Various adapters also welcome, customization is unlimited.

Author

Kirill Biakov

License MIT

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