gillius at gillius
Jun 14, 2012, 8:21 AM
Post #3 of 3
Thanks, I got the impression that since so many lexers are added constantly
to Pygments, and that http://pygments.org/docs/lexers/ appeared to be
auto-generated that there was probably some way for Trac to iterate over
supported Pygments lexers. for example the lexers doc showed the "short
names" and file extensions; I thought maybe Trac enumerated those. Maybe it
is possible to do that and no one has done it yet? If so, I don't think I'm
up to it.
I did decide to make a patch like you did on ticket 9097, because of how
easy it was. I filed the ticket as http://trac.edgewall.org/ticket/10725.
Since I already had my code modified, I just rebuilt and installed Trac
that way instead of modifying the ini file (I follow svn
branches/0.12-stable and periodically python setup.py install on that SVN
BTW, thanks for your work on maintaining plantuml, while checking my plugin
SVN checkouts I saw you committed a patch for that horribly annoying comma
On Wednesday, June 13, 2012 6:49:48 AM UTC-4, RjOllos wrote:
> On Tuesday, June 12, 2012 12:01:34 PM UTC-7, Jason Winnebeck wrote:
>> I am trying to get my Trac to support syntax highlighting of Groovy code.
>> I am using Trac 0.12 and Pygments 1.5 (just upgraded from 1.4). Groovy
>> highlighting is a new feature to 1.5:
>> After upgrading Pygments with easy_install, I can see Pygments 1.5 in
>> "about Trac". But when I use wiki with #!groovy and also load .groovy
>> files, there is no highlighting. In the wiki, if I use #!text/x-groovy, it
>> works. I have tried restarting Apache to cause Trac to totally reload...
>> The languages Trac can use with Pygments, it's not hard-coded is it? Or
>> is the binding for things like "#!java" hard-coded into Trac source code?
> I ran across this issue again recently and made a note to myself to add
> some additional documentation to Trac under TracSyntaxColoring (1), but
> haven't gotten around to it yet.
> One way to accomplish this is to add an entry to [mimeviewer] mime_map
> (2). Here is an entry I recently added to add a wiki processor for batch
> mime_map = application/x-dos-batch:batch
> After you successfully add an entry, it will be listed by the
> KnownMimeTypes macro (3).
> For a widely-used language like groovy, you could request that an entry be
> added to the KNOWN_MIME_TYPES, as I did in (4).
> (1) http://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracSyntaxColoring
> (2) http://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracIni#mimeviewer-section
> (3) https://trac.physiosonics.com/wiki/TracSyntaxColoring#KnownMIMETypes
> (4) http://trac.edgewall.org/ticket/9097
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