[erlang-questions] Third party comment systems that natively support Erlang for codeblocks?

Marcos Ortiz <>
Sun Sep 16 08:34:15 CEST 2012


I think that the Python module pygments has support for Erlang, if my 
memory doesn´t fail me,

El 15/09/2012 22:32, Jesse Gumm escribió:
>
> I'm not sure.
>
> I've emailed their support abs gotten a response of the whole "I've 
> forwarded this for consideration",  and I've provided a basic list of 
> syntax rules for Erlang them.
>
> I had also offered to write the parser for them myself, but their 
> syntax highlighting stuff is not in any of their public github repos.
>
> Beyond that, I don't know what else we could do short of making many 
> requests for it. Hence why I was asking about other third party systems.
>
> --
> Jesse Gumm
> Owner, Sigma Star Systems
> 414.940.4866 || sigma-star.com <http://sigma-star.com> || @jessegumm
>
> On Sep 15, 2012 7:47 PM, "Marcos Ortiz" < 
> <mailto:>> wrote:
>
>     Well, What can we do to help to Disqus's fellows to integrate
>     Erlang to their platform?
>
>     On 09/15/2012 07:20 PM, Jesse Gumm wrote:
>>
>>     Hi again,
>>
>>     It has been a few days, so I thought I'd ask again: Does anyone
>>     know of any third party comment systems (like disqus) that happen
>>     to natively support Erlang syntax highlighting?
>>
>>     --
>>     Jesse Gumm
>>     Owner, Sigma Star Systems
>>     414.940.4866 <tel:414.940.4866> || sigma-star.com
>>     <http://sigma-star.com> || @jessegumm
>>
>>     On Sep 13, 2012 11:46 PM, "Jesse Gumm" <
>>     <mailto:>> wrote:
>>
>>         Hello Erlangers!
>>
>>         Does anyone know of any third-party comment systems (similar to
>>         Disqus) that natively support Erlang syntax-highlighting as a
>>         language
>>         for code-blocks?
>>
>>         Disqus currently supports a handful of the more popular
>>         languages, but
>>         does not currently support Erlang.  I'm a fan of Disqus, but
>>         the lack
>>         of Erlang support puts a roadblock in my path here.
>>
>>         The main criteria is that I'd like to be able to just add a
>>         simple
>>         script to an HTML page and have it do all the magic.
>>
>>         Any thoughts on this?
>>
>>         -Jesse
>>
>>         --
>>         Jesse Gumm
>>         Owner, Sigma Star Systems
>>         414.940.4866 <tel:414.940.4866> || sigma-star.com
>>         <http://sigma-star.com> || @jessegumm
>>
>>
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