MediaWiki is the wiki software behind WikiPedia.
The issue, when using it as a software development tool, is formatting code in a pretty way.
As we did with WordPress before, here are some details to make dp.SyntaxHighlighter work fairly seamlessly with MediaWiki.
###Install the client-side highlighter###
Uncompress its content under a new `/skins/common/SyntaxHighlighter` folder in your MediaWiki installation (don’t forget to make sure the files can be read by the web server; for instance, on Linux you may use `chown apache.apache -R *`).
In the skin template you are using for your MediaWiki site, insert the necessary code as required. In my example, I use the default `/skins/MonoBook.php` template into which I added the following:
Just before the closing `` tag:
Just before the closing
Thanks a lot for putting this up, I’ve added it to my own wiki and it worked brilliantly (just had to change a bit of the code for the new version of dp syntaxhighlighter). It also shows nicely just how simple it is to write extensions for MediaWiki.
Hi! I got some problems trying to start this up in my wiki, Probably ’cause of that changes Bryn talked about. I get this error : dp is not defined index.php?title=EDITOR&action=edit()()index.ph…tion=edit (línea 295) [Break on this error] dp.SyntaxHighlighter.HighlightAll(‘code’); Could you help me? thank you very much for your effort!
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