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coderay

15.11
Fast and easy syntax highlighting for selected languages, written in Ruby. Comes with RedCloth integration and LOC counter.
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66,665,043
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694
Forks
99
Watchers
23
 Releases
Current version
1.1.2
Total releases
67
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github-linguist

5.09
We use this library at GitHub to detect blob languages, highlight code, ignore binary files, suppress generated files in diffs, and generate language breakdown graphs.
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2,016,273
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5,514
Forks
2,113
Watchers
193
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Current version
6.0.1
Total releases
148
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highlight-code

0.0
highlight-code will help you post-process an XHTML document containing code examples in pre or code tags so that the code is highlighted. The pre and code tags need to follow the class conventions from Alex Gorbatchev's SyntaxHighlighter (http://alexgorbatchev.com/SyntaxHighlighter/) Javascript library. The resulting file can be used for an eBook.
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Downloads
2,380
 Releases
Current version
0.0.1
Total releases
1
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volt-code_highlight

0.0
Simple code highlighting component in volt
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Downloads
2,412
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Current version
0.2.0
Total releases
2
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highlight

0.08
Highlight highlights code in more than 20 languages. It uses the Pygments syntax highlighter and adds a simple Ruby API over it. It also provides helpers for use in your Ruby on Rails views.
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Downloads
29,782
Stars
130
Forks
23
Watchers
2
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Current version
2.0.0
Total releases
6
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Latest release

parade

0.08
Parade is an open source presentation software that consists of a Sinatra web app that serves up markdown files in a presentation format. Parade can serve a directory or be configured to run with a simple configuration file. * Markdown backed data > This ultimately makes it easier to manage diffs when making changes, using the content in other documents, and quickly re-using portions of a presentation. * Syntax Highlighting > Using GitHub flavored markdown, code fences will automatically be syntax highlighted, making it incredibly easy to integrate code samples. * Code Execution > Slides are able to provide execution and show results for JavaScript and Coffeescript live within the browser. This allows for live demonstrations of code. * Web > Slide presentations are basically websites -- they run in your browser from your desktop. This allows for a wide range of possibilities for customization and expandability. * Basic Templating and Color Schemes > Several templates and color scheme options have been provided to help you get started. While Parade does not currently provide anything near the variety of many other presentation packages, it is well-suited for basic presentations. * Design Flexibility (pros and cons) > Unless you're skilled in CSS/Animations, you will likely have a harder time creating presentations with as much polish as other programs provide. However, this approach also makes Parade incredibly flexible if you do understand CSS/Animations.
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Downloads
13,698
Stars
188
Forks
16
Watchers
10
 Releases
Current version
0.10.2
Total releases
9
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Latest release

coderay_bash

0.02
Bash highlighting for coderay. This gem was tested with coderay 1.0 and won't work with coderay < 1.0.
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Downloads
42,125
Stars
12
Forks
6
Watchers
3
 Releases
Current version
1.0.7
Total releases
14
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Latest release

code_filtered

0.0
== DESCRIPTION: Filters from your choice of Markdown, Textile or Plain HTML into HTML and gives appropriate markup for syntax highlighting on code. == FEATURES/PROBLEMS: * Formats Textile or Markdown * Applies markup to code for syntax highlighting. * requires a filter(string) column
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Downloads
3,206
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Current version
0.1.1
Total releases
1
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merb_can_filter

0.0
== DESCRIPTION: Filters from your choice of Markdown, Textile or Plain HTML into HTML and gives appropriate markup for syntax highlighting on code. == FEATURES/PROBLEMS: * Formats Textile or Markdown * Applies markup to code for syntax highlighting. * requires a filter(string) column
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Downloads
7,139
 Releases
Current version
0.1.4
Total releases
3
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Latest release

pry-highlight

0.02
Uses JSON, Nokogiri and CodeRay to highlight and prettify JSON, XML, HTML, Ruby and anything else CodeRay supports!
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Downloads
76,208
Stars
9
Forks
2
Watchers
2
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Current version
0.1.0
Total releases
2
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Latest release

bjeanes-harsh

0.0
"Harsh: Another Rails Syntax Highlighter," is just that - it highlights code in Rails, much like Radiograph or tm_syntax_highlighting. However, it does it well, _better_. Oh, and it also supports Haml, as well as ERb. And it comes with rake tasks. Firstly, it allows block form: <% harsh :theme => :dawn do %> class Testing def initialize(str) puts str end end <% end %> as well as the form the other plugins offer, which is text as a parameter: <% harsh %Q{ class Testing def initialize(str) puts str end end }, :theme => :dawn For haml, harsh is implemented as a filter. First, add this to the bottom of your environment.rb: Harsh.enable_haml Then, to use harsh in Haml: :harsh class Foo < Bar end However, haml's filters can't take options. So how on earth are we going to customize it to our heart's delight? Easily, my friend, fret not! Enter the BCL (Bootleg Configuration Line): :harsh #!harsh theme = all_hallows_eve lines=true syntax=css h1 { float:left; clear:left; position:relative; } It has to be the first line in the filter. You don't need the config line, though. Also, notice that you can have spaces between the arguments and the little = sign. Harsh also offers rake tasks for what tm_syntax_highlighting provides in generators, and a :harsh as a stylesheet-includer to load all syntax-highlighting files, as such: <%= stylesheet_include_tag :harsh %> The rake tasks for setting up your stylesheets are these: rake harsh:theme:list # lists available themes rake harsh:theme:install[twilight] # installs the twilight theme into /public/stylesheets/harsh/ rake harsh:theme:install THEME=twilight # also installs the twilight theme (for *csh shells) rake harsh:theme:uninstall[twilight] # removes the twilight theme rake harsh:theme:uninstall THEME=twilight # also uninstalls the twilight theme (for *csh shells) While purely informative, you can find out the available syntaxes as follows: rake harsh:syntax:list
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1,627
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Current version
0.1.0
Total releases
1
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octopress-render-code

0.01
Embed highlighted code snippets from a file.
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Downloads
5,702
Stars
3
Forks
4
Watchers
3
 Releases
Current version
1.0.4
Total releases
5
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haml-coderay

0.02
Adds a CodeRay syntax highlighting filter to Haml
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33,287
Stars
23
Forks
1
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1
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Current version
0.2.0
Total releases
6
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lesstile

0.01
Converts text formatted with an exceedingly simple markup language into valid HTML (iron clad guarantee!) - perfect for comments on your blog. Textile isn't good for this because not only does it do too much (do commenters really need subscript?), but it can also output invalid HTML (try a <b> tag over multiple lines...). Whitelisting HTML is another option, but you still need some sort of parsing if you want syntax highlighting. Integrates with CodeRay for sexy syntax highlighting.
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Downloads
26,972
Stars
16
Forks
3
Watchers
2
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Current version
1.1.0
Total releases
8
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coderay_erlang

0.0
A erlang highlighter for coderay
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Downloads
1,967
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Current version
0.0.1
Total releases
1
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jekyll-highlight

0.0
Syntax highlighter for code and text.
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Downloads
2,086
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Current version
1.0.6
Total releases
6
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yard-coderay

0.0
Add's coderay syntax highlighting to YARD docs
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Downloads
1,748
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1
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1
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1
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Current version
0.1.0
Total releases
1
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tombstone

0.0
Use Tombstone to highlight dead code. Not sure if some code is safe to remove? Tombstone it.
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Downloads
1,509
Stars
6
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1
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2
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Current version
0.1
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1
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octopress-code-highlighter

0.01
Octopress's core plugin for rendering nice code blocks
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Downloads
19,573
Stars
10
Forks
4
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2
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Current version
4.3.0
Total releases
16
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middleman-vegas

0.0
This brings the powerful features found in the Octopress Code Highlighter to Middleman. This allows you to specify code fences with additional metadata to provide a richer experience when using code to tell your stories.
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Downloads
1,518
Stars
0
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0
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1
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Current version
0.1.4
Total releases
5
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arthurgeek-kitabu

0.24
A framework for creating e-books from Markdown/Textile text markup using Ruby. Using the Prince PDF generator, you'll be able to get high quality PDFs. Mac users that have Textmate installed can have source code highlighted with his favorite theme.
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1,788
Stars
560
Forks
55
Watchers
38
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Current version
0.2.0
Total releases
1
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thredded-markdown_coderay

0.0
A Thredded plugin that highlights code syntax in your Markdown posts via Coderay.
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Downloads
1,641
Stars
1
Forks
1
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1
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Current version
0.1.1
Total releases
2
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rack-syntax-highlighter

0.0
Uses Albino and Pygmentize to add highlighting to code blocks
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Downloads
3,740
Stars
1
Forks
0
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0
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Current version
0.0.2
Total releases
2
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middleman-syntax

0.21
Code syntax highlighting plugin via rouge for Middleman
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Downloads
467,522
Stars
163
Forks
41
Watchers
7
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Current version
3.0.0
Total releases
9
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albeano

0.0
Albeano lets you to write language specifics code snippets within text and returns Pygments generated HTML syntax highlighted code
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Downloads
6,932
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Current version
1.1.0
Total releases
2
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