A Collection of Pygments Styles for Python
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README

Pygments port of Github Color Scheme.

Install

Using PyPI and pip

$ (sudo) pip install pygments-style-extras

Manual

$ git clone git://github.com/thecodechef/pygments-style-extras.git
$ cd pygments-style-extras
$ (sudo) python setup.py install

Usage example

>>> from pygments.formatters import HtmlFormatter
>>> HtmlFormatter(style='github').style
<class 'pygments_style_github.GithubStyle'>

Export the style as CSS

$ pygmentize -S [style] -f html -a .parent > [style].css

Available Styles

  • github
  • monokai_light
  • railscasts
  • and Many Nore on the way

Github Example

$ pygmentize -S github -f html -a .highlight > github.css

Output:

.highlight .hll { background-color: #ffffcc }
.highlight  { background: #ffffff; }
.highlight .c { color: #999988; font-style: italic } /* Comment */
...

Extra information

Pygments supported languages

Pygments at the moment supports over 150 different programming languages, template languages and other markup languages. To see an exhaustive list of the currently supported languages, use the command:

$ pygmentize -L lexers

Pygments styles avaible

To get a list of all available stylesheets, execute the following command on the command line:

$ pygmentize -L styles

Please read the official documentation for further information on the usage of pygment styles.