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Keywords with spaces in Listings

I want spaced keywords in listings (that is, keyword, with spaces in between). Now, there are some questions in this site already answered, like this one, where the official answer is that “it is not ...
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lstlisting and keywords with special charakters or numbers

In the following MWE the declared keywords te-st and 999 are not highlighted as expected: \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage{listings,xcolor} ...
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Listings Keyword Part of Comment [closed]

I made a homebrewed language for structured text (because I expected no language like this to be available). Now there is a comment that starts with /* and ends with */ and a line comment that starts ...
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Why does a space destroy my keywords in listingspackage?

I am using the following: \usepackage{listings} \lstset{ language=C, keywordstyle=\color{pantone309!90}, morekeywords={ omp, parallel, \#pragma } ...
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listings doesn't print my keywords bold in lstlisting

I've got the following problem: I want to print a listing with the listings package and lstlisting: \documentclass{scrreprt} \usepackage{listings} \begin{document} ...
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How can I highlight a keywordsprefix in listings?

Ok, so here's my problem which I'm repeatedly gnawing on, whenever I try to typset source code. To this day, I have not found someone on the internet asking for the same problem. I want to add a ...
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LaTeX code formatting using lstlistings: custom keywords not recognized

I'm trying to add some keywords to an existing language using the morekeywords setting: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{color} \usepackage[usenames,dvipsnames]{xcolor} ...
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Add keywords to an existing language in listings

I've already read extending a language with additional keywords and I have found kind of a solution, but I'm not quite sure if it's the right way and if I won't have problems in the future. The ...
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How to correctly use equal sign in keywords for listings?

I work on a listings code style for HTML5. The style looks quite good but I have a little problem with the equals sign. I defined the equals sign as a keyword: ndkeywords={=, ... } This will cause ...
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How to use angle brackets for a keyword in \listings?

I've got a code of a HTML website that I want to show in my LaTeX document. The problem is, that the HTML code has a tag called <canvas> and the JavaScript code inside the HTML document has a ...
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How to use a colon in lstlisting keywords?

for the use of CSS code I've defined the following style: \lstdefinelanguage{CSS}{ sensitive=true, alsodigit={-}, keywords={transform, transition-property, transition-duration, ...
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Override properties of a predefined listing style

I use the listings package and I want to override an attribute of the HTML style. Unfortunately my code overrides the whole HTML style and not just a single property: \lstloadlanguages{HTML} ...
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Include a lstlistings keyword in lstlistings caption

I'm writing a small summary for my fellow students about VB in LaTeX. I have to cover the basic loops and found the \lstlistnigs package to be the best for writing colored code. I have already added ...
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How to I emphazise all words beginning with ` in an lstlisting

I use a preprocesser to process some code before my verilog compiler. All preprocesser words start with the ` character Example: `pp_if unfortunately its possible to define your own preprocessor ...
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Highlighting keywords with spaces with the listings package [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to emphasize within a listing two successive identifiers separated by a space? I am trying to highlight the following keywords with the listings package: over ...
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mark LaTeX keywords in listings

I am using this code to define keywords for listings \lstdefinestyle{demostyle}{ columns=flexible, keepspaces=true, basicstyle=\small\ttfamily, language = [LaTeX]TeX, ...
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adding keywords to be highligted in the lstlistings

The recent version of C++ has added a some new keywords e.g. decltype etc.. I want to highlight them in my report. I saw this post but it didn't work for me. Extend a language with additional ...
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How to highlight a non-ascii keyword using the listings package? [duplicate]

I'm trying to highlight a couple of keywords which contain non-ASCII characters using the listingsutf8 package. This is the relevant part of my document: \usepackage[brazilian]{babel} ...
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Extend a language with additional keywords?

I'm using listings and I want to extend a language with additional keywords for highlightning. I know there is an option morekeywords available, but that only works for a particular lstset declaration ...
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How to highlight own keywords in HTML lstlistings?

I would like to highlight some words in a lstlisting. The language is HTML. However, \emph seems not to be working with HTML. Any suggestions how I could work around this problem? Right now I have: ...
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listings package - Can I include a backslash \ in language keyword (\begin) for syntax highlighting in LaTeX code?

I want to highlight a LaTeX code (including backslash \, e.g. \begin). Unfortunately, by default a LaTeX listings package does syntax highlighting only keywords WITHOUT back slash (e.g. begin).