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Add WYSIWYG Format <verbatim class="css">

Our Company uses foswiki as documentation platform. In our topics are many bash-scripts included. I have installed the JQueryChili plugin for syntax highlighting. To enable the Chili-plugin, I have to put the text into <verbatim class="bash" > < /verbatim > tags.

But the WYSIWYG VERBATIM format adds <verbatim> </verbatim> tags.

Is it possible to add another format to the WYSIWYG editor which puts the text into verbatim class="bash" tags?

-- KlausReithmaier - 31 Oct 2012

You should be able to use the right mouse button to change the class of the verbatim block:

#!/bin/bash
##  Combine the two *-excludes variables into the $excludes variable
excludes="$(for i in $dir_excludes; do if [ -d $i ]; then \
    echo -n " --exclude=$i/*"; fi; done) $(for i in $file_excludes; do \
    echo -n " --exclude=$i"; done)"

Highlight the block, select VERBATIM from the dropdown. Then right-click in the block. Depending on your version of TinyMCE, there should be either a JQueryChili option or a "Syntax Highlighting" option. From there you can set the "bash" class.

Sorry about missing this question. The <verbatim> tag in the topic title was breaking the display.

 

QuestionForm edit

Subject Using an extension
Extension TinyMCEPlugin, WysiwygPlugin
Version Foswiki 1.1.5
Status Answered
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Topic revision: r2 - 07 Apr 2013, GeorgeClark - This page was cached on 19 Aug 2018 - 23:00.

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