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Add better hilighting for different files

It will be great if you define, that there are mutiple hilighting classes for different languages (ruby, java, c) which you can bind to endings (.rb, .java)

It will be also nice if you can exclude files from being parsed.

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    EndCrawlerEndCrawler shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • EndCrawlerEndCrawler commented  · 

        What highlight.js file? Where is it?

      • Ciro SantilliCiro Santilli commented  · 

        On 6.6.0 GitLab switched to highlight.js . Not sure this is the cause of problems.

      • EndCrawlerEndCrawler commented  · 

        So when GitLab use the same as GitHub: Why does it look different?

      • EndCrawlerEndCrawler commented  · 

        When viewing the files. I mean it does not look very nice if gitlab parses java files like ruby files.
        Comments in mutiple lines for example only has another color in their first line. :D GitHub use different types of hilighting for dfferent languages. Ans it will be nice if you can exclude files so normal text files are only shown up as code with out any colors :D It is crazy if you have different colors and fonts in files which should only show text :D

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