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Nov
26
comment Syntax Highlighting for Mathematica on a Blog
definitely, using lang-ml is just a hack, but it doesn't require anything extra to install on the server. I'll have to look into how to get blogger to see the lang-mms file when I get a chance, but my main gripe (highlighting the comments) is fixed.
Nov
25
comment Syntax Highlighting for Mathematica on a Blog
Actually, it turns out google code prettify supports Caml style languages. I ended up using <code class="lang-ml"></code> tags around my code and that did the trick.
Oct
28
comment Syntax Highlighting for Mathematica on a Blog
I will give all this a try. I knew a prettify plugin for Mathematica existed, but I had a lot of trouble finding it. For now, a quick an dirty solution I found works quite well is to use hilite.me and use OCaml as the language.
Oct
28
awarded  Scholar
Oct
28
comment Syntax Highlighting for Mathematica on a Blog
I'm asking for blogger, so I don't really have full control over the server, but I can run remote formatting scripts and whatnot.
Oct
28
accepted Syntax Highlighting for Mathematica on a Blog
Oct
27
awarded  Student
Oct
27
asked Syntax Highlighting for Mathematica on a Blog
Jun
11
awarded  Supporter