Jason A. Donenfeld
Jason at zx2c4.com
Wed Jan 8 17:28:48 CET 2014
On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 5:22 PM, Stefan Tatschner <stefan at sevenbyte.org> wrote:
> I have looked in pygment's sourcecode and found this . I just have to
> add the filenames in the lexer definitions. I will try to create an
> upstream pull request. The only problem is that the latest release of
> pygments is almost 1 year old. It think it will take a while until the
> changes get merged...
> As a workaround we could create such a dict as you suggested and check
> if the filenames match.
Another workaround might be just to monkey patch _mapping.LEXERS. Any
of these possibilities is probably fine.
> At first I run guess_lexer_for_filename (line 26). It checks the content
> of the file and also looks at the filename. After that I check if there
> is a shebang because the script has already looked at the content with
> guess_lexer_for_filename. I have tested this without the shebang
> detection and especially with plaintext files it often returns crap...
Okay fair enough. Shebang guessing only.
> It will take a few days because currently I have exams... Should I work
> on the master branch or something else?
Yes the master branch.
> What do you want to de with the CSS definitions? Just put them into the
> default cgit CSS file or maybe include it seperately?
We already handle that on line 34 of , so no need to do anything
differently. Please base your work off  generally.
Thanks a bunch! Looking forward to seeing the results.
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