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Syntax coloring for OpenSSL configuration files

Project description

Overview

This package provides a Pygments lexer for OpenSSL configuration files. The lexer is published as an entry point and Pygments will pick it up automatically.

You can use the openssl language with Pygments:

$ pygmentize -l openssl /etc/openssl/openssl.cnf

In Sphinx documents the lexer is selected with the highlight directive:

.. highlight:: openssl

Installation

Use your favorite installer to install pygments-openssl into the same Python environment you have installed Pygments. For example:

$ pip install pygments-openssl

To verify the installation run:

$ pygmentize -L lexer | grep -i openssl
* openssl:
    OpenSSL (filenames *.cnf, *.conf)

Changelog

1.4 - 2019-01-25

  • Add MANIFEST.in. [stefan]
  • Release as wheel. [stefan]

1.3 - 2017-02-05

  • Add a LICENSE file. [stefan]
  • Add a test suite and fix two minor whitespace lexing issues. [stefan]

1.2 - 2013-11-21

  • Update documentation. [stefan]

1.1 - 2012-10-12

  • Detect and color line continuations. [stefan]

1.0 - 2012-10-10

  • Initial release. [stefan]

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