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<h1><a name="1" class="wiki-page"></a>Code-Hervorhebung unterstützter Sprachen</h1>
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<p>Das standardmäßige Hervorheben von Code wird seit Redmine 4.0.0 integriert und basiert auf <a href="http://rouge.jneen.net/" class="external">Rouge</a>. Es unterstützt über 200 Sprachen. Siehe <a href="./wiki_syntax_detailed_textile.html#13" class="wiki-page">RedmineTextFormattingTextile</a> oder <a href="wiki_syntax_detailed_markdown.html#13" class="wiki-page">RedmineTextFormattingMarkdown</a> zum Hervorheben von Code.</p>
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<p>Hier ist eine Liste der unterstützten Sprachen von Rouge 3.26.0, das mit Redmine 4.2.0 gebündelt ist. Sie können auch eine aktuelle Liste erhalten, indem Sie <code>bundle exec rougify list</code> im Installationsverzeichnis von Redmine ausführen.</p>
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                        <td> <code>abap</code> </td>
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                        <td> SAP - Advanced Business Application Programming </td>
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                        <td> <code>actionscript</code> </td>
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                        <td> ActionScript [aliases: as,as3] </td>
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                        <td> <code>ada</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Ada 2012 programming language </td>
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                        <td> <code>apache</code> </td>
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                        <td> configuration files for Apache web server </td>
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                        <td> <code>apex</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Apex programming language (provided by salesforce) </td>
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                        <td> <code>apiblueprint</code> </td>
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                        <td> Markdown based API description language. [aliases: apiblueprint,apib] </td>
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                        <td> <code>applescript</code> </td>
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                        <td> The AppleScript scripting language by Apple Inc. (<a class="external" href="http://developer.apple.com/applescript/">http://developer.apple.com/applescript/</a>) [aliases: applescript] </td>
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                        <td> <code>armasm</code> </td>
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                        <td> Arm assembly syntax </td>
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                        <td> <code>augeas</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Augeas programming language (augeas.net) [aliases: aug] </td>
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                        <td> <code>awk</code> </td>
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                        <td> pattern-directed scanning and processing language </td>
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                        <td> <code>batchfile</code> </td>
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                        <td> Windows Batch File [aliases: bat,batch,dosbatch,winbatch] </td>
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                        <td> <code>bbcbasic</code> </td>
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                        <td> BBC BASIC syntax </td>
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                        <td> <code>bibtex</code> </td>
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                        <td> BibTeX [aliases: bib] </td>
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                        <td> <code>biml</code> </td>
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                        <td> BIML, Business Intelligence Markup Language </td>
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                        <td> <code>bpf</code> </td>
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                        <td> BPF bytecode syntax </td>
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                        <td> <code>brainfuck</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Brainfuck programming language </td>
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                        <td> <code>brightscript</code> </td>
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                        <td> BrightScript Programming Language (<a class="external" href="https://developer.roku.com/en-ca/docs/references/brightscript/language/brightscript-language-reference.md">https://developer.roku.com/en-ca/docs/references/brightscript/language/brightscript-language-reference.md</a>) [aliases: bs,brs] </td>
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                        <td> <code>bsl</code> </td>
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                        <td> The 1C:Enterprise programming language </td>
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                        <td> <code>c</code> </td>
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                        <td> The C programming language </td>
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                        <td> <code>ceylon</code> </td>
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                        <td> Say more, more clearly. </td>
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                        <td> <code>cfscript</code> </td>
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                        <td> CFScript, the CFML scripting language [aliases: cfc] </td>
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                        <td> <code>clean</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Clean programming language (clean.cs.ru.nl) </td>
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                        <td> <code>clojure</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Clojure programming language (clojure.org) [aliases: clj,cljs] </td>
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                        <td> <code>cmake</code> </td>
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                        <td> The cross-platform, open-source build system </td>
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                        <td> <code>cmhg</code> </td>
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                        <td> RISC OS C module header generator source file </td>
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                        <td> <code>coffeescript</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Coffeescript programming language (coffeescript.org) [aliases: coffee,coffee-script] </td>
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                        <td> <code>common_lisp</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Common Lisp variant of Lisp (common-lisp.net) [aliases: cl,common-lisp,elisp,emacs-lisp,lisp] </td>
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                        <td> <code>conf</code> </td>
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                        <td> A generic lexer for configuration files [aliases: config,configuration] </td>
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                        <td> <code>console</code> </td>
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                        <td> A generic lexer for shell sessions. Accepts ?lang and ?output lexer options, a ?prompt option, ?comments to enable # comments, and ?error to handle error messages. [aliases: terminal,shell_session,shell-session] </td>
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                        <td> <code>coq</code> </td>
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                        <td> Coq (coq.inria.fr) </td>
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                        <td> <code>cpp</code> </td>
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                        <td> The C++ programming language [aliases: c++] </td>
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                        <td> <code>crystal</code> </td>
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                        <td> Crystal The Programming Language (crystal-lang.org) [aliases: cr] </td>
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                        <td> <code>csharp</code> </td>
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                        <td> a multi-paradigm language targeting .NET [aliases: c#,cs] </td>
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                        <td> <code>css</code> </td>
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                        <td> Cascading Style Sheets, used to style web pages </td>
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                        <td> <code>csvs</code> </td>
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                        <td> The CSV Schema Language (digital-preservation.github.io) </td>
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                        <td> <code>cuda</code> </td>
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                        <td> Compute Unified Device Architecture, used for programming with NVIDIA GPU </td>
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                        <td> <code>cypher</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Cypher query language (neo4j.com/docs/cypher-manual) [aliases: cypher] </td>
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                        <td> <code>cython</code> </td>
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                        <td> Cython and Pyrex source code (cython.org) [aliases: pyx,pyrex] </td>
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                        <td> <code>d</code> </td>
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                        <td> The D programming language(dlang.org) [aliases: dlang] </td>
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                        <td> <code>dart</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Dart programming language (dartlang.com) </td>
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                        <td> <code>datastudio</code> </td>
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                        <td> Datastudio scripting language </td>
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                        <td> <code>diff</code> </td>
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                        <td> Lexes unified diffs or patches [aliases: patch,udiff] </td>
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                        <td> <code>digdag</code> </td>
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                        <td> A simple, open source, multi-cloud workflow engine (<a class="external" href="https://www.digdag.io/">https://www.digdag.io/</a>) </td>
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                        <td> <code>docker</code> </td>
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                        <td> Dockerfile syntax [aliases: dockerfile,Dockerfile] </td>
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                        <td> <code>dot</code> </td>
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                        <td> graph description language </td>
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                        <td> <code>ecl</code> </td>
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                        <td> Enterprise Control Language (hpccsystems.com) </td>
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                        <td> <code>eex</code> </td>
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                        <td> Embedded Elixir [aliases: leex] </td>
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                        <td> <code>eiffel</code> </td>
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                        <td> Eiffel programming language </td>
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                        <td> <code>elixir</code> </td>
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                        <td> Elixir language (elixir-lang.org) [aliases: elixir,exs] </td>
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                        <td> <code>elm</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Elm programming language (<a class="external" href="http://elm-lang.org/">http://elm-lang.org/</a>) </td>
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                        <td> <code>email</code> </td>
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                        <td> An email message [aliases: eml,e-mail] </td>
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                        <td> <code>epp</code> </td>
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                        <td> Embedded Puppet template files </td>
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                        <td> <code>erb</code> </td>
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                        <td> Embedded ruby template files [aliases: eruby,rhtml] </td>
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                        <td> <code>erlang</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Erlang programming language (erlang.org) [aliases: erl] </td>
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                        <td> <code>escape</code> </td>
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                        <td> A generic lexer for including escaped content - see Formatter.enable_escape! [aliases: esc] </td>
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                        <td> <code>factor</code> </td>
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                        <td> Factor, the practical stack language (factorcode.org) </td>
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                        <td> Fortran 2008 (free-form) </td>
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                        <td> <code>freefem</code> </td>
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                        <td> The FreeFEM programming language (freefem.org) [aliases: ff] </td>
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                        <td> <code>fsharp</code> </td>
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                        <td> F# (fsharp.net) </td>
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                        <td> <code>gdscript</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Godot Engine programming language (<a class="external" href="https://godotengine.org/">https://godotengine.org/</a>) [aliases: gd,gdscript] </td>
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                        <td> <code>ghc-cmm</code> </td>
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                        <td> GHC Cmm is the intermediate representation of the GHC Haskell compiler [aliases: cmm] </td>
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                        <td> <code>ghc-core</code> </td>
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                        <td> Intermediate representation of the GHC Haskell compiler. </td>
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                        <td> <code>gherkin</code> </td>
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                        <td> A business-readable spec DSL (github.com/cucumber/cucumber/wiki/Gherkin) [aliases: cucumber,behat] </td>
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                        <td> The GLSL shader language </td>
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                        <td> The Go programming language (<a class="external" href="http://golang.org">http://golang.org</a>) [aliases: go,golang] </td>
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                        <td> A powerful build system for the JVM </td>
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                        <td> GraphQL </td>
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                        <td> The Groovy programming language (<a class="external" href="http://www.groovy-lang.org/">http://www.groovy-lang.org/</a>) </td>
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                        <td> The Hack programming language (hacklang.org) [aliases: hack,hh] </td>
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                        <td> The Haml templating system for Ruby (haml.info) [aliases: HAML] </td>
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                        <td> the Handlebars and Mustache templating languages [aliases: hbs,mustache] </td>
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                        <td> <code>haskell</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Haskell programming language (haskell.org) [aliases: hs] </td>
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                        <td> <code>haxe</code> </td>
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                        <td> Haxe Cross-platform Toolkit (<a class="external" href="http://haxe.org">http://haxe.org</a>) [aliases: hx,haxe] </td>
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                        <td> <code>hcl</code> </td>
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                        <td> Hashicorp Configuration Language, used by Terraform and other Hashicorp tools </td>
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                        <td> <code>hlsl</code> </td>
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                        <td> HLSL, the High Level Shading Language for DirectX (docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/direct3dhlsl/dx-graphics-hlsl) </td>
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                        <td> <code>hocon</code> </td>
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                        <td> Human-Optimized Config Object Notation (<a class="external" href="https://github.com/lightbend/config">https://github.com/lightbend/config</a>) </td>
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                        <td> Hive Query Language SQL dialect </td>
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                        <td> HTML, the markup language of the web </td>
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                        <td> <code>http</code> </td>
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                        <td> http requests and responses </td>
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                        <td> <code>hylang</code> </td>
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                        <td> The HyLang programming language (hylang.org) [aliases: hy] </td>
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                        <td> <code>idlang</code> </td>
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                        <td> Interactive Data Language </td>
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                        <td> <code>igorpro</code> </td>
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                        <td> <code>ini</code> </td>
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                        <td> the INI configuration format </td>
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                        <td> <code>io</code> </td>
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                        <td> The IO programming language (<a class="external" href="http://iolanguage.com">http://iolanguage.com</a>) </td>
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                        <td> <code>irb</code> </td>
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                        <td> Shell sessions in IRB or Pry [aliases: pry] </td>
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                        <td> <code>isbl</code> </td>
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                        <td> The ISBL programming language </td>
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                        <td> The J programming language (jsoftware.com) </td>
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                        <td> The Janet programming language (janet-lang.org) [aliases: jdn] </td>
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                        <td> <code>java</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Java programming language (java.com) </td>
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                        <td> JavaScript, the browser scripting language [aliases: js] </td>
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                        <td> Django/Jinja template engine (jinja.pocoo.org) [aliases: django] </td>
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                        <td> <code>jsl</code> </td>
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                        <td> The JMP Scripting Language (JSL) (jmp.com) </td>
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                        <td> <code>json</code> </td>
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                        <td> JavaScript Object Notation (json.org) </td>
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                        <td> JavaScript Object Notation with extensions for documentation [aliases: jsonc] </td>
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                        <td> An elegant, formally-specified config language for JSON </td>
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                        <td> JSP </td>
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                        <td> An XML-like syntax extension to JavaScript (facebook.github.io/jsx/) [aliases: jsx,react] </td>
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                        <td> The Julia programming language [aliases: jl] </td>
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                        <td> Kotlin Programming Language (<a class="external" href="http://kotlinlang.org">http://kotlinlang.org</a>) </td>
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                        <td> <code>lasso</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Lasso programming language (lassosoft.com) [aliases: lassoscript] </td>
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                        <td> <code>literate_coffeescript</code> </td>
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                        <td> Literate coffeescript [aliases: litcoffee] </td>
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                        <td> <code>literate_haskell</code> </td>
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                        <td> Literate haskell [aliases: lithaskell,lhaskell,lhs] </td>
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                        <td> <code>livescript</code> </td>
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                        <td> LiveScript, a language which compiles to JavaScript (livescript.net) [aliases: ls] </td>
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                        <td> <code>llvm</code> </td>
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                        <td> The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure (<a class="external" href="http://llvm.org/">http://llvm.org/</a>) </td>
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                        <td> <code>lua</code> </td>
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                        <td> Lua (<a class="external" href="http://www.lua.org">http://www.lua.org</a>) </td>
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                        <td> <code>lustre</code> </td>
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                        <td> The Lustre programming language (Verimag) </td>
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                        <td> The Lutin programming language (Verimag) </td>
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                        <td> <code>m68k</code> </td>
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                        <td> Motorola 68k Assembler </td>
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                        <td> Smallworld Magik </td>
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                        <td> Makefile syntax [aliases: makefile,mf,gnumake,bsdmake] </td>
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                        <td> The HTML::Mason framework (<a class="external" href="https://metacpan.org/pod/HTML::Mason">https://metacpan.org/pod/HTML::Mason</a>) </td>
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                        <td> <code>mathematica</code> </td>
474
                        <td> Wolfram Mathematica, the world's definitive system for modern technical computing. [aliases: wl] </td>
475
                </tr>
476
                <tr>
477
                        <td> <code>matlab</code> </td>
478
                        <td> Matlab [aliases: m] </td>
479
                </tr>
480
                <tr>
481
                        <td> <code>minizinc</code> </td>
482
                        <td> MiniZinc is a free and open-source constraint modeling language (minizinc.org) </td>
483
                </tr>
484
                <tr>
485
                        <td> <code>moonscript</code> </td>
486
                        <td> Moonscript (<a class="external" href="http://www.moonscript.org">http://www.moonscript.org</a>) [aliases: moon] </td>
487
                </tr>
488
                <tr>
489
                        <td> <code>mosel</code> </td>
490
                        <td> An optimization language used by Fico's Xpress. </td>
491
                </tr>
492
                <tr>
493
                        <td> <code>msgtrans</code> </td>
494
                        <td> RISC OS message translator messages file </td>
495
                </tr>
496
                <tr>
497
                        <td> <code>mxml</code> </td>
498
                        <td> MXML </td>
499
                </tr>
500
                <tr>
501
                        <td> <code>nasm</code> </td>
502
                        <td> Netwide Assembler </td>
503
                </tr>
504
                <tr>
505
                        <td> <code>nesasm</code> </td>
506
                        <td> Nesasm3 assembly (6502 asm) [aliases: nes] </td>
507
                </tr>
508
                <tr>
509
                        <td> <code>nginx</code> </td>
510
                        <td> configuration files for the nginx web server (nginx.org) </td>
511
                </tr>
512
                <tr>
513
                        <td> <code>nim</code> </td>
514
                        <td> The Nim programming language (<a class="external" href="http://nim-lang.org/">http://nim-lang.org/</a>) [aliases: nimrod] </td>
515
                </tr>
516
                <tr>
517
                        <td> <code>nix</code> </td>
518
                        <td> The Nix expression language (<a class="external" href="https://nixos.org/nix/manual/#ch-expression-language">https://nixos.org/nix/manual/#ch-expression-language</a>) [aliases: nixos] </td>
519
                </tr>
520
                <tr>
521
                        <td> <code>objective_c</code> </td>
522
                        <td> an extension of C commonly used to write Apple software [aliases: objc,obj-c,obj_c,objectivec] </td>
523
                </tr>
524
                <tr>
525
                        <td> <code>objective_cpp</code> </td>
526
                        <td> an extension of C++ uncommonly used to write Apple software [aliases: objcpp,obj-cpp,obj_cpp,objectivecpp,objc++,obj-c++,obj_c++,objectivec++] </td>
527
                </tr>
528
                <tr>
529
                        <td> <code>ocaml</code> </td>
530
                        <td> Objective Caml (ocaml.org) </td>
531
                </tr>
532
                <tr>
533
                        <td> <code>ocl</code> </td>
534
                        <td> OMG Object Constraint Language (omg.org/spec/OCL) [aliases: OCL] </td>
535
                </tr>
536
                <tr>
537
                        <td> <code>openedge</code> </td>
538
                        <td> The OpenEdge ABL programming language </td>
539
                </tr>
540
                <tr>
541
                        <td> <code>opentype_feature_file</code> </td>
542
                        <td> Feature specifications for an OpenType font (adobe-type-tools.github.io/afdko) [aliases: fea,opentype,opentypefeature] </td>
543
                </tr>
544
                <tr>
545
                        <td> <code>pascal</code> </td>
546
                        <td> a procedural programming language commonly used as a teaching language. </td>
547
                </tr>
548
                <tr>
549
                        <td> <code>perl</code> </td>
550
                        <td> The Perl scripting language (perl.org) [aliases: pl] </td>
551
                </tr>
552
                <tr>
553
                        <td> <code>php</code> </td>
554
                        <td> The PHP scripting language (php.net) [aliases: php,php3,php4,php5] </td>
555
                </tr>
556
                <tr>
557
                        <td> <code>plaintext</code> </td>
558
                        <td> A boring lexer that doesn't highlight anything [aliases: text] </td>
559
                </tr>
560
                <tr>
561
                        <td> <code>plist</code> </td>
562
                        <td> plist [aliases: plist] </td>
563
                </tr>
564
                <tr>
565
                        <td> <code>postscript</code> </td>
566
                        <td> The PostScript language (adobe.com/devnet/postscript.html) [aliases: postscr,postscript,ps,eps] </td>
567
                </tr>
568
                <tr>
569
                        <td> <code>powershell</code> </td>
570
                        <td> powershell [aliases: posh,microsoftshell,msshell] </td>
571
                </tr>
572
                <tr>
573
                        <td> <code>praat</code> </td>
574
                        <td> The Praat scripting language (praat.org) </td>
575
                </tr>
576
                <tr>
577
                        <td> <code>prolog</code> </td>
578
                        <td> The Prolog programming language (<a class="external" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prolog">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prolog</a>) [aliases: prolog] </td>
579
                </tr>
580
                <tr>
581
                        <td> <code>prometheus</code> </td>
582
                        <td> prometheus [aliases: prometheus] </td>
583
                </tr>
584
                <tr>
585
                        <td> <code>properties</code> </td>
586
                        <td> .properties config files for Java </td>
587
                </tr>
588
                <tr>
589
                        <td> <code>protobuf</code> </td>
590
                        <td> Google's language-neutral, platform-neutral, extensible mechanism for serializing structured data [aliases: proto] </td>
591
                </tr>
592
                <tr>
593
                        <td> <code>puppet</code> </td>
594
                        <td> The Puppet configuration management language (puppetlabs.org) [aliases: pp] </td>
595
                </tr>
596
                <tr>
597
                        <td> <code>python</code> </td>
598
                        <td> The Python programming language (python.org) [aliases: py] </td>
599
                </tr>
600
                <tr>
601
                        <td> <code>q</code> </td>
602
                        <td> The Q programming language (kx.com) [aliases: kdb+] </td>
603
                </tr>
604
                <tr>
605
                        <td> <code>qml</code> </td>
606
                        <td> QML, a UI markup language [aliases: qml] </td>
607
                </tr>
608
                <tr>
609
                        <td> <code>r</code> </td>
610
                        <td> The R statistics language (r-project.org) [aliases: r,R,s,S] </td>
611
                </tr>
612
                <tr>
613
                        <td> <code>racket</code> </td>
614
                        <td> Racket is a Lisp descended from Scheme (racket-lang.org) </td>
615
                </tr>
616
                <tr>
617
                        <td> <code>reasonml</code> </td>
618
                        <td> New syntax on top of OCaml ecosystem (reasonml.github.io) </td>
619
                </tr>
620
                <tr>
621
                        <td> <code>rego</code> </td>
622
                        <td> The Rego open-policy-agent (OPA) policy language (openpolicyagent.org) </td>
623
                </tr>
624
                <tr>
625
                        <td> <code>rescript</code> </td>
626
                        <td> The ReScript programming language (rescript-lang.org) </td>
627
                </tr>
628
                <tr>
629
                        <td> <code>robot_framework</code> </td>
630
                        <td> Robot Framework is a generic open source automation testing framework (robotframework.org) [aliases: robot,robot-framework] </td>
631
                </tr>
632
                <tr>
633
                        <td> <code>ruby</code> </td>
634
                        <td> The Ruby programming language (ruby-lang.org) [aliases: rb] </td>
635
                </tr>
636
                <tr>
637
                        <td> <code>rust</code> </td>
638
                        <td> The Rust programming language (rust-lang.org) [aliases: rs,rust,no_run,rs,no_run,rust,ignore,rs,ignore,rust,should_panic,rs,should_panic] </td>
639
                </tr>
640
                <tr>
641
                        <td> <code>sas</code> </td>
642
                        <td> SAS (Statistical Analysis Software) </td>
643
                </tr>
644
                <tr>
645
                        <td> <code>sass</code> </td>
646
                        <td> The Sass stylesheet language language (sass-lang.com) </td>
647
                </tr>
648
                <tr>
649
                        <td> <code>scala</code> </td>
650
                        <td> The Scala programming language (scala-lang.org) [aliases: scala] </td>
651
                </tr>
652
                <tr>
653
                        <td> <code>scheme</code> </td>
654
                        <td> The Scheme variant of Lisp </td>
655
                </tr>
656
                <tr>
657
                        <td> <code>scss</code> </td>
658
                        <td> SCSS stylesheets (sass-lang.com) </td>
659
                </tr>
660
                <tr>
661
                        <td> <code>sed</code> </td>
662
                        <td> sed, the ultimate stream editor </td>
663
                </tr>
664
                <tr>
665
                        <td> <code>shell</code> </td>
666
                        <td> Various shell languages, including sh and bash [aliases: bash,zsh,ksh,sh] </td>
667
                </tr>
668
                <tr>
669
                        <td> <code>sieve</code> </td>
670
                        <td> mail filtering language </td>
671
                </tr>
672
                <tr>
673
                        <td> <code>slice</code> </td>
674
                        <td> Specification Language for Ice (doc.zeroc.com) </td>
675
                </tr>
676
                <tr>
677
                        <td> <code>slim</code> </td>
678
                        <td> The Slim template language </td>
679
                </tr>
680
                <tr>
681
                        <td> <code>smalltalk</code> </td>
682
                        <td> The Smalltalk programming language [aliases: st,squeak] </td>
683
                </tr>
684
                <tr>
685
                        <td> <code>smarty</code> </td>
686
                        <td> Smarty Template Engine [aliases: smarty] </td>
687
                </tr>
688
                <tr>
689
                        <td> <code>sml</code> </td>
690
                        <td> Standard ML [aliases: ml] </td>
691
                </tr>
692
                <tr>
693
                        <td> <code>solidity</code> </td>
694
                        <td> Solidity, an Ethereum smart contract programming language </td>
695
                </tr>
696
                <tr>
697
                        <td> <code>sparql</code> </td>
698
                        <td> Semantic Query Language, for RDF data </td>
699
                </tr>
700
                <tr>
701
                        <td> <code>sqf</code> </td>
702
                        <td> Status Quo Function, a Real Virtuality engine scripting language </td>
703
                </tr>
704
                <tr>
705
                        <td> <code>sql</code> </td>
706
                        <td> Structured Query Language, for relational databases </td>
707
                </tr>
708
                <tr>
709
                        <td> <code>ssh</code> </td>
710
                        <td> A lexer for SSH configuration files </td>
711
                </tr>
712
                <tr>
713
                        <td> <code>supercollider</code> </td>
714
                        <td> A cross-platform interpreted programming language for sound synthesis, algorithmic composition, and realtime performance </td>
715
                </tr>
716
                <tr>
717
                        <td> <code>swift</code> </td>
718
                        <td> Multi paradigm, compiled programming language developed by Apple for iOS and OS X development. (developer.apple.com/swift) </td>
719
                </tr>
720
                <tr>
721
                        <td> <code>systemd</code> </td>
722
                        <td> A lexer for systemd unit files [aliases: unit-file] </td>
723
                </tr>
724
                <tr>
725
                        <td> <code>tap</code> </td>
726
                        <td> Test Anything Protocol [aliases: tap] </td>
727
                </tr>
728
                <tr>
729
                        <td> <code>tcl</code> </td>
730
                        <td> The Tool Command Language (tcl.tk) </td>
731
                </tr>
732
                <tr>
733
                        <td> <code>terraform</code> </td>
734
                        <td> Terraform HCL Interpolations [aliases: tf] </td>
735
                </tr>
736
                <tr>
737
                        <td> <code>tex</code> </td>
738
                        <td> The TeX typesetting system [aliases: TeX,LaTeX,latex] </td>
739
                </tr>
740
                <tr>
741
                        <td> <code>toml</code> </td>
742
                        <td> the TOML configuration format (<a class="external" href="https://github.com/mojombo/toml">https://github.com/mojombo/toml</a>) </td>
743
                </tr>
744
                <tr>
745
                        <td> <code>tsx</code> </td>
746
                        <td> TypeScript-compatible JSX (<a class="external" href="http://www.typescriptlang.org/docs/handbook/jsx.html">www.typescriptlang.org/docs/handbook/jsx.html</a>) </td>
747
                </tr>
748
                <tr>
749
                        <td> <code>ttcn3</code> </td>
750
                        <td> The TTCN3 programming language (ttcn-3.org) </td>
751
                </tr>
752
                <tr>
753
                        <td> <code>tulip</code> </td>
754
                        <td> the tulip programming language (twitter.com/tuliplang) [aliases: tulip] </td>
755
                </tr>
756
                <tr>
757
                        <td> <code>turtle</code> </td>
758
                        <td> Terse RDF Triple Language, TriG </td>
759
                </tr>
760
                <tr>
761
                        <td> <code>twig</code> </td>
762
                        <td> Twig template engine (twig.sensiolabs.org) </td>
763
                </tr>
764
                <tr>
765
                        <td> <code>typescript</code> </td>
766
                        <td> TypeScript, a superset of JavaScript [aliases: ts] </td>
767
                </tr>
768
                <tr>
769
                        <td> <code>vala</code> </td>
770
                        <td> A programming language similar to csharp. </td>
771
                </tr>
772
                <tr>
773
                        <td> <code>vb</code> </td>
774
                        <td> Visual Basic [aliases: visualbasic] </td>
775
                </tr>
776
                <tr>
777
                        <td> <code>vcl</code> </td>
778
                        <td> The configuration language for Varnish HTTP Cache (varnish-cache.org) [aliases: varnishconf,varnish] </td>
779
                </tr>
780
                <tr>
781
                        <td> <code>velocity</code> </td>
782
                        <td> Velocity is a Java-based template engine (velocity.apache.org) </td>
783
                </tr>
784
                <tr>
785
                        <td> <code>verilog</code> </td>
786
                        <td> The System Verilog hardware description language </td>
787
                </tr>
788
                <tr>
789
                        <td> <code>vhdl</code> </td>
790
                        <td> Very High Speed Integrated Circuit Hardware Description Language </td>
791
                </tr>
792
                <tr>
793
                        <td> <code>viml</code> </td>
794
                        <td> VimL, the scripting language for the Vim editor (vim.org) [aliases: vim,vimscript,ex] </td>
795
                </tr>
796
                <tr>
797
                        <td> <code>vue</code> </td>
798
                        <td> Vue.js single-file components [aliases: vuejs] </td>
799
                </tr>
800
                <tr>
801
                        <td> <code>wollok</code> </td>
802
                        <td> Wollok lang </td>
803
                </tr>
804
                <tr>
805
                        <td> <code>xml</code> </td>
806
                        <td> &lt;desc for="this-lexer"&gt;XML&lt;/desc&gt; </td>
807
                </tr>
808
                <tr>
809
                        <td> <code>xojo</code> </td>
810
                        <td> Xojo [aliases: realbasic] </td>
811
                </tr>
812
                <tr>
813
                        <td> <code>xpath</code> </td>
814
                        <td> XML Path Language (XPath) 3.1 </td>
815
                </tr>
816
                <tr>
817
                        <td> <code>xquery</code> </td>
818
                        <td> XQuery 3.1: An XML Query Language </td>
819
                </tr>
820
                <tr>
821
                        <td> <code>yaml</code> </td>
822
                        <td> Yaml Ain't Markup Language (yaml.org) [aliases: yml] </td>
823
                </tr>
824
                <tr>
825
                        <td> <code>yang</code> </td>
826
                        <td> Lexer for the YANG 1.1 modeling language (RFC7950) </td>
827
                </tr>
828
                <tr>
829
                        <td> <code>zig</code> </td>
830
                        <td> The Zig programming language (ziglang.org) [aliases: zir] </td>
831
                </tr>
832
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833
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