In the meantime I figure out these two options, too. But I decided the effort 
seems to high for me. Especially as emacs an minted use different syntactic 


Am 01.02.2020 um 14:50 schrieb John Kitchin 

My guess is you have two options:

1. Customize the colors in minted to match what is on your screen. I am pretty 
sure that code in html looks very much like what is on your screen. This might 
be an entry point to customizing minted style.

2. Customize the faces emacs uses for syntax highlighting to match the look in 

either way, I don't see a simple way to have a common theme between them, and 
they will probably always have some minor differences. It might be easier to 
hack a new exporter for src blocks that turns the htmlized code into latex 
markup perhaps.


Professor John Kitchin
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Carnegie Mellon University
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On Sat, Feb 1, 2020 at 4:28 AM Bastien <<>> 
Hi Johannes,

Johannes Brauer <<>> writes:

> Frequently I publish org-mode documents containing source code blocks
> to html (htmlize) and pdf (minted). I would like to see the same
> colors in both export types. But
> I cannot figure out, what’s the best way to achieve this.
> Has anyone solved this problem? Are there any hints?

I don't know how to do this and I guess it's difficult.

If you find a solution, please mention it here, others may be



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