확장 기능:SyntaxHighlight

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SyntaxHighlight 확장 기능은 이전에는 SyntaxHighlight_GeSHi라는 이름을 가졌으며 <syntaxhighlight> 태그를 사용했을 때 소스 코드를 충분히 꾸며줍니다. It is powered by the Pygments library and supports hundreds of different programming languages and file formats.

Like the <pre> and <poem > tags, the text is rendered exactly as it was typed, preserving any white space.


Once installed, you can use "syntaxhighlight" tags on wiki pages. For example,

1 def quick_sort(arr):
2 	less = []
3 	pivot_list = []
4 	more = []
5 	if len(arr) <= 1:
6 		return arr
7 	else:
8 		pass

is the result of the following wikitext markup:

<syntaxhighlight lang="python" line='line'>
def quick_sort(arr):
	less = []
	pivot_list = []
	more = []
	if len(arr) <= 1:
		return arr

In older versions (before MediaWiki 1.16), the extension used the tag <source>. This is still supported, but is deprecated. <syntaxhighlight> should be used instead.


If the displayed code is too big, you can adjust it by putting the following into the MediaWiki:Common.css page in your wiki (create it if it does not exist):

/* CSS placed here will be applied to all skins */
.mw-highlight pre {
	font-size: 90%;

Encasing code blocks in borders can be done by inserting a line like border: 1px dashed blue; in the section above. Control over font family used can also be exercised by inserting a line like font-family: "Courier New", monospace; into the section above.

구문 강조에 오류가 있는 문서

<syntaxhighlight> 태그에 잘못된 lang 속성값을 가지는 문서들을 추적하는 카테고리에합니다. The message key MediaWiki:syntaxhighlight-error-category determines the category name; on this wiki it is Category:Pages with syntax highlighting errors.

The most common error that leads to pages being tagged with this category is a <syntaxhighlight> tag with no lang attribute at all, because older versions of this extension supported the definition of "$wgSyntaxHighlightDefaultLang". These can typically either be replaced with <pre>, or lang="bash" or lang="text" can be added to the tag.

The category may also be added, and the content will not be highlighted, if there are more than 1000 lines or more than 100 kB text.[1]



The lang="name" attribute defines what lexer should be used. The language affects how the extension highlights the source code. See the section Supported languages for details of supported languages.

def quick_sort(arr):
    less = []
<syntaxhighlight lang="python">

Specifying an invalid or unknown name will tag the page with a tracking category. See the section Syntax highlighting error category in this page for details.


The line attribute enables line numbers.

1 def quick_sort(arr):
2 	less = []
<syntaxhighlight lang="python" line>


The start attribute (in combination with line) defines the first line number of the code block. For example, line start="55" will make line numbering start at 55.

55 def quick_sort(arr):
56     less = []
<syntaxhighlight lang="python" line start="55">


The highlight attribute specifies one or more lines that should be marked (by highlighting those lines with a different background color). You can specify multiple line numbers separated by commas (for example, highlight="1,4,8") or ranges using two line numbers and a hyphen (for example, highlight="5-7"). Note that the line number specification ignores any renumbering of the displayed line numbers with the start attribute.

3 def quick_sort(arr):
4     less = []
5     pivot_list = []
6     more = []
7     if len(arr) <= 1:
8         return arr

is the result of

<syntaxhighlight lang="python" highlight="1,5-7" start='3' line>


미디어위키 버전:

The attribute indicates that the source code should be inline as part of a paragraph (as opposed to being its own block). This option is available starting with MediaWiki 1.26. For backwards-compatibility, an enclose="none" attribute results in the same behavior.

Note that using the "enclose" parameter is deprecated; if set to "none", it should be replaced with inline; otherwise, it can be removed entirely.

Note that line breaks can occur at any space between the opening and closing tags unless the source code is marked non-breakable with class="nowrap" (on those wikis that support it; see below) or style=white-space:nowrap.

For example:

The following lambda x: x * 2 is a lambda expression in Python.

Is the result of:

The following <syntaxhighlight lang="python" inline>lambda x: x * 2</syntaxhighlight> is a [[w:Lambda (programming)|lambda expression]] in Python.


When inline is used, class="nowrap" (on those wikis that support it; not on MediaWiki itself) specifies that line breaks should not occur at spaces within the code block.

For example:

Without class="nowrap":

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxlambda x: x * 2xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

With style="white-space:nowrap":

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxlambda x: x * 2xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


The style attribute allows CSS attributes to be included directly. This is equivalent to enclosing the block in a <div> (not <span>) tag. The tab‑size attribute cannot be specified this way; it requires an enclosing <span> tag as described below under Advanced.

For example:

def quick_sort(arr):
	less = []
	pivot_list = []
	more = []
	if len(arr) <= 1:
		return arr

Is the result of:

<syntaxhighlight lang="python" style="border:3px dashed blue">
def quick_sort(arr):
	less = []
	pivot_list = []
	more = []
	if len(arr) <= 1:
		return arr

지원되는 언어들

The Pygments library provides support for hundreds of computer languages and file formats. As of January 2020 the full list is:

Programming languages

  • ActionScript
  • Ada
  • Agda (incl. literate)
  • Alloy
  • AMPL
  • APL
  • AppleScript
  • Assembly (various)
  • Asymptote
  • Augeas
  • AutoIt
  • Awk
  • BBC Basic
  • Befunge
  • BlitzBasic
  • Boa
  • Boo
  • Boogie
  • BrainFuck
  • C, C++ (incl. dialects like Arduino)
  • C#
  • Chapel
  • Charm++ CI
  • Cirru
  • Clay
  • Clean
  • Clojure
  • CoffeeScript
  • ColdFusion
  • Common Lisp
  • Component Pascal
  • Coq
  • Croc (MiniD)
  • Cryptol (incl. Literate Cryptol)
  • Crystal
  • Cypher
  • Cython
  • D
  • Dart
  • DCPU-16
  • Delphi
  • Dylan (incl. console)
  • Eiffel
  • Elm
  • Emacs Lisp
  • Email
  • Erlang (incl. shell sessions)
  • Ezhil
  • Factor
  • Fancy
  • Fantom
  • Fennel
  • FloScript
  • Fortran
  • FreeFEM++
  • F#
  • GAP
  • Gherkin (Cucumber)
  • GLSL shaders
  • Golo
  • Gosu
  • Groovy
  • Haskell (incl. Literate Haskell)
  • HLSL
  • HSpec
  • Hy
  • IDL
  • Idris (incl. Literate Idris)
  • Igor Pro
  • Io
  • Jags
  • Java
  • JavaScript
  • Jasmin
  • Jcl
  • Julia
  • Kotlin
  • Lasso (incl. templating)
  • Limbo
  • LiveScript
  • Logtalk
  • Logos
  • Lua
  • Mathematica
  • Matlab
  • Modelica
  • Modula-2
  • Monkey
  • Monte
  • MoonScript
  • Mosel
  • MuPad
  • NASM
  • Nemerle
  • NesC
  • NewLISP
  • Nimrod
  • Nit
  • Notmuch
  • NuSMV
  • Objective-C
  • Objective-J
  • Octave
  • OCaml
  • Opa
  • OpenCOBOL
  • ParaSail
  • Pawn
  • PHP
  • Perl 5
  • Pike
  • Pony
  • PovRay
  • PostScript
  • PowerShell
  • Praat
  • Prolog
  • Python (incl. console sessions and tracebacks)
  • QBasic
  • Racket
  • Raku a.k.a. Perl 6
  • Red
  • Redcode
  • Rexx
  • Ride
  • Ruby (incl. irb sessions)
  • Rust
  • S, S-Plus, R
  • Scala
  • Scdoc
  • Scheme
  • Scilab
  • SGF
  • Shell scripts (Bash, Tcsh, Fish)
  • Shen
  • Silver
  • Slash
  • Slurm
  • Smalltalk
  • Snowball
  • Solidity
  • SourcePawn
  • Stan
  • Standard ML
  • Stata
  • Swift
  • Swig
  • SuperCollider
  • Tcl
  • Tera Term language
  • TypeScript
  • TypoScript
  • USD
  • Unicon
  • Urbiscript
  • Vala
  • VBScript
  • Verilog, SystemVerilog
  • VHDL
  • Visual Basic.NET
  • Visual FoxPro
  • Whiley
  • Xtend
  • XQuery
  • Zeek
  • Zephir
  • Zig

Template languages

  • Angular templates
  • Cheetah templates
  • ColdFusion
  • Django / Jinja templates
  • ERB (Ruby templating)
  • Evoque
  • Genshi (the Trac template language)
  • Handlebars
  • JSP (Java Server Pages)
  • Liquid
  • Myghty (the HTML::Mason based framework)
  • Mako (the Myghty successor)
  • Slim
  • Smarty templates (PHP templating)
  • Tea
  • Twig

Other markup

  • Apache config files
  • Apache Pig
  • BBCode
  • CapDL
  • Cap'n Proto
  • CMake
  • Csound scores
  • CSS
  • Debian control files
  • Diff files
  • Dockerfiles
  • DTD
  • EBNF
  • E-mail headers
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  • Gnuplot script
  • Groff markup
  • Hexdumps
  • HTML
  • HTTP sessions
  • IDL
  • Inform
  • INI-style config files
  • IRC logs (irssi style)
  • Isabelle
  • JSGF notation
  • Lean theorem prover
  • Lighttpd config files
  • Linux kernel log (dmesg)
  • LLVM assembly
  • LSL scripts
  • Makefiles
  • MoinMoin/Trac Wiki markup
  • MQL
  • MySQL
  • NCAR command language
  • Nginx config files
  • Nix language
  • NSIS scripts
  • Notmuch
  • POV-Ray scenes
  • Puppet
  • QML
  • Ragel
  • Redcode
  • ReST
  • Roboconf
  • Robot Framework
  • RPM spec files
  • Rql
  • RSL
  • Scdoc
  • SQL, also MySQL, SQLite
  • Squid configuration
  • TADS 3
  • Terraform
  • TeX
  • Thrift
  • TOML
  • Treetop grammars
  • USD (Universal Scene Description)
  • Varnish configs
  • VGL
  • Vim Script
  • WDiff
  • Windows batch files
  • XML
  • XSLT
  • YAML
  • Windows Registry files

For accurate language codes, see complete details in the Pygments document and there are some mappings for some language names which were supported by GeSHi (full list).

Pygments does not yet provide a "wikitext" or "mediawiki" lexer (phab:T29828). Use "html+handlebars" or "moin" instead.

Below is a partial list of languages that GeSHi could highlight, with strike-through for languages no longer supported after the switch to Pygments.


The version of this extension bundled with MediaWiki 1.31 requires Python version 3 (python3) to be installed on the server. This is a change from the version bundled with MediaWiki 1.30, which used Python version 2 (python). Note that the python3 binary must be installed in the execution PATH of the PHP interpreter.
Despite its update to Pygments (and away from GeSHi) and despite its updated name, this extension internally still uses the former file names as stated below.
  • 파일을 다운로드해서, extensions/ 폴더 내의 SyntaxHighlight_GeSHi 이라는 이름의 디렉터리 내에 설치합니다.
  • git에서 설치할 경우, PHP 의존 기능을 설치하려면 Composer를 실행하여 확장 기능 디렉터리에 composer install --no-dev를 발행하십시오. (잠재적인 문제에 대해서는 T173141 을 참고하십시오.)
  • 아래의 코드를 LocalSettings.php의 말미에 추가합니다:
    wfLoadExtension( 'SyntaxHighlight_GeSHi' );

리눅스에서, pygmentize 바이너리 실행 권한을 설정합니다. You can use an FTP client or the following shell command to do so:

chmod a+x /path/to/extensions/SyntaxHighlight_GeSHi/pygments/pygmentize
  •   완료 – 위키의 ‘Special:Version’에 이동해서, 확장기능이 올바르게 설치된 것을 확인합니다.

미디어위키 1.24 이하를 실행 중인 사용자에게:

위의 지시사항은 wfLoadExtension()을 사용하여 이 확장기능을 설치하는 새로운 방법을 기술한 것으로, wfLoadExtension( 'SyntaxHighlight_GeSHi' ); 대신 초기 버전(미디어위키 1.24 이하)에 이 확장기능을 설치하려면 다음을 사용해야 합니다:

require_once "$IP/extensions/SyntaxHighlight_GeSHi/SyntaxHighlight_GeSHi.php";
When installing from Git, please note that starting from MediaWiki 1.26, and ending with MediaWiki 1.31 this extension requires Composer.

So, after installation from Git change to the directory containing the extension e.g. "../extensions/SyntaxHighlight_GeSHi/" and run composer install --no-dev, or when updating: composer update --no-dev.

Alternatively as well as preferably add the line "extensions/SyntaxHighlight_GeSHi/composer.json" to the "composer.local.json" file in the root directory of your wiki like e.g.
	"extra": {
		"merge-plugin": {
			"include": [
Now run composer update --no-dev. Voilà!
  경고: When uploading the extension via FTP be sure to upload the pygments/pygmentize file with the transfer type binary.


  • $wgPygmentizePath (optional): Absolute path to pygmentize of the Pygments package. The extension bundles the Pygments package and $wgPygmentizePath points to the bundled version by default, but you can point to a different version, if you want to. For example: $wgPygmentizePath = "/usr/local/bin/pygmentize";.
  • $wgSyntaxHighlightModels: Configure the default lexer for some wiki pages. By default this will highlight javascript and css pages. Additional content models can be configured by extensions (e.g. Lua, JSON, ..). Example:
     $wgSyntaxHighlightModels[CONTENT_MODEL_SCRIBUNTO] = 'lua';
  • If you are hosting your MediaWiki on a Windows machine, you have to set the path for the Pygmentize.exe $wgPygmentizePath = "c:\\Python27\\Scripts\\pygmentize.exe";
    • If there is no pygmentize.exe run easy_install Pygments from command line inside the Scripts folder to generate the file.

If you are using the bundled pygmentize binary (extensions/SyntaxHighlight_GeSHi/pygments/pygmentize), make sure your webserver is permitted to execute it. If your host does not allow you to add executables to your web directory, install python-pygments and add $wgPygmentizePath = pygmentize to LocalSettings.php.


After updating to MediaWiki v1.26 and above, some users started reporting problems with the extension. There could be cases, when some languages, such as Lua might not get highlighted and by turning on debugging, MediaWiki would throw out the error, Notice: Failed to invoke Pygments: /usr/bin/env: python3: No such file or directory.

  • Try pointing $wgPygmentizePath in LocalSettings.php towards an external pygmentize binary.
  • In shared hosting environments with cPanel, this can be done by setting up a new Python application through the "Setup Python App" menu, and activating the virtual environment for the app through SSH (source /virtualenv/python/3.5/bin/activate). After this, the Pygments module can be added to the Python app, for which navigate to the virtual environment path (cd virtualenv/python/3.5/bin/), download and install Pygments (./pip install Pygments) and then activate the module by adding "Pygments" under the "Existing applications" section of the "Setup Python App" menu. This will create the required file at path: virtualenv/python/3.5/bin/pygmentize

VisualEditor integration

The plugin enables direct editing with VisualEditor. A popup is opened when a user wants to edit syntaxhighlight sections. For this to work, VisualEditor must be installed and configured from the latest git version, same for Parsoid. The feature randomly does not work with older Parsoid versions. See Extension:SyntaxHighlight/VisualEditor for details

고급 사용

Unlike the <pre> and <code> tags, HTML character entities such as &nbsp; need not (and should not) have the & character escaped as &amp;. Like the <pre> tag but unlike the <code> tag, tags within the range (other than its own closing tag) need not have the < symbol escaped as &lt;, nor does wikitext need to be escaped with a <nowiki> tag.

Furthermore, while <pre> assumes tab stops every 8 characters and renders tabs using actual spaces when the rendered text is copied, <syntaxhighlight> uses 4-space tab stops (except Internet Explorer, which uses 8) and preserves the tab characters in the rendered text; the latter may be changed using an enclosing <span style="-moz-tab-size:nn; -o-tab-size:nn; tab-size:nn;"> tag (not <div>, and not using its own style attribute). The -moz- prefix is required for Firefox (from version 4.0), and the -o- prefix is required for Opera (from version 10.60 to version 15).[2] (Note that the wiki editing box assumes 8-space tabs.) This applies only to actual saved pages; previews generated through an edit box or Special:ExpandTemplates may differ.

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