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Use Chroma syntax highlighter (native Pygments port) #3888

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bep commented Sep 18, 2017

https://github.com/alecthomas/chroma

May be a good new default, with a fall back options to Pygments.

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@bep bep changed the title from Test chroma syntax highlighter to Use Chroma syntax highlighter (native Pygments port) Sep 18, 2017

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Use Chroma as new default syntax highlighter
If you want to use Pygments, set `pygmentsUseClassic=true` in your site config.

Fixes #3888
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