|Subject:||Re: Syntax highlighting|
|Date:||Wed, 15 Jan 2020 10:38:28 +1000|
Il giorno mar 14 gen 2020 alle 12:34, Urs Liska <address@hidden>
> Pygments is also what Pandoc uses for its syntax highlighting, so that
> would also make sense for that (e.g. generating PDF documentation from
Are you sure?
I think that pygments is the name of the default style in Pandoc, but
the highlight library is a Haskell library called skylighting:
It seems Wilbert contributed the definitions for lilypond syntax:
About 10 days ago I wanted to share this in the open issue in
Frescobaldi tracker but I forgot to do it.
I remember I found the lilypond file definition somewhere else...
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