Il giorno mar 14 gen 2020 alle 09:13, Craig Dabelstein
<craig.dabelst...@gmail.com> ha scritto:
I'd like to add LilyPond syntax highlighting to highlight.js (
https://highlightjs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ ) so that I can
experiment with documentation tools such as mkDocs/readthedocs. Does
anyone have any experience with this? Would it just be a matter of
getting one of the current syntax packages (such as
https://github.com/yrammos/AtLilyPond , and trying to modify them?
I don't have any experience with highlight.js.
Some years ago I started writing a Pygments definition for LilyPond but
then I gave up or simply forgot about it.
The Sublimetext and Atom packages might be useful as a reference, but I
guess that highlight.js will need its own syntax so you'd better start
The problem with syntax highlighting is maintainance. LilyPond syntax
changes and a manually compiled list must be updated manually for every
new stable release.
See also python-ly:
Personally I'd be more interested in adding lilypond to Pygments.
Pygments can be easily exported to chroma¹ (for Hugo² static site
And it seems Pygments may be used also in Mkdocs, see this discussion: