Generic Syntax Highlighter (GeSHi) for ColdFusion

by Simon. Average Reading Time: less than a minute.

GeSHi started out as a module for the phpBB forum system to enable highlighting of programming languages, which was largely unavailable at the time. Since its conception it has spawned into a standalone project, supported by many web-based PHP content management systems.

Since I’m a ColdFusion developer, it was necessary to write a language reference file for ColdFusion and in particular, version 8.

You can download the file (30KB) here and upload it into your website’s GeSHi folder. You will need to rename it to cfm.php.

By including the content between a set of pre tags,

, GeSHi will implement the correct syntax for ColdFusion.

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