“enscript” is a GNU software that allows you to list on a printer.
With decent quality, it’s used for a lot of language.
I simply took a script that I remodeled practically from A-Z for ZIG-LANG.
It took me a while to understand how it works (zig.st), to do tests, to make the most of the possibilities offered.
I tried to be as consistent as possible in the colors, to make the distinctions between grammar and functions @… constants, etc., I also took the opportunity to release the PDF, it will be easier to archive and read or print.
I have a repository on GitHub which contains a set of very simple scripts which allow you to set up the whole thing.
If we no longer touch the grammar or “integer” then the script is operational for a long time, but maybe one day, there will be “dcml” (decimal)
I also clarified the scripts, you have to read the README carefully and read the scripts which contain very few Bach lines (for Windows the translation is simple, but I don’t have Windows)
in 6 days my computer, a big pro workstation, 18 years old, gave up on me, I had to change to another workstation, and at the same time finish the scripts, Helix, Enscript.
It is designed in A4, but in A3 and changing the orientation (much less page) the paper cannot be replaced at times.
If someone wants to publish the “zig.st” script to GNU, there is no problem, I don’t speak English (only with my friend google) to do it.