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Wikispaces supports color-highlighted source code blocks using [[code]] tags. This is part of wikitext. For example:

[[code format="php"]]
<?php
// hello world
//
echo "hello world";
exit();
?>
[[code]]

will render as:

 <?php
   // hello world
   //
   echo "hello world";
   exit();
 ?>
Note that both [[code]] tags must be on a line by themselves without leading spaces.

The following languages are supported:

  • actionscript
  • ada
  • apache (Apache configuration files)
  • applescript
  • asm (x86 Assembler)
  • asp (Active Server Pages)
  • autoit (AutoIt Window automation script)
  • bash (Bourne Again Shell)
  • blitzbasic
  • bnf (BNF: Backus-Naur form)
  • c
  • cfdg (Context-Free Design Grammar)
  • cfm (Coldfusion)
  • cpp (C++)
  • csharp (C#)
  • css (Cascading Style Sheets)
  • delphi (Delphi Object Pascal)
  • diff
  • div
  • dos
  • d (D programming language)
  • eiffel
  • freebasic
  • fortran
  • gml (Game Maker Language)
  • groovy
  • html4strict
  • idl (Uno IDL)
  • ini
  • inno (Inno Script Object Pascal)
  • io
  • java
  • java5 (Java programming language, version 5 syntax)
  • javascript
  • latex
  • lisp
  • matlab
  • mirc
  • mysql (MySQL-specific SQL)
  • oracle8 (Oracle-specific SQL)
  • ocaml (Objective Caml)
  • pascal
  • perl
  • php
  • python
  • qbasic
  • reg (Microsoft Registry)
  • robots (Robots.txt)
  • ruby
  • sas
  • scheme
  • sdlbasic
  • smalltalk
  • smarty (Smarty PHP template language)
  • sql
  • tcl
  • text (No highlighting)
  • thinbasic
  • tsql (Transact-SQL)
  • vb (Visual Basic)
  • vbnet (Visual Basic .NET)
  • vhdl (VHSICADL, very high speed integrated circuit HDL)
  • visualfoxpro
  • winbatch (Windows Batch Scripting)
  • xml