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Nesta/Heroku/Pygments QuickStart template

Nesta/Heroku/Pygments QuickStart template

From:
Ryan Daigle
Date:
2012-02-23 @ 16:46
Just an FYI, I've released an app template meant to lower the barrier to 
getting a fully (and properly) configured, developer-oriented Nesta CMS 
blog running on Heroku with syntax highlighting, feed redirection, 
analytics, metrics and a reader-oriented theme etc...

The template project is here: https://github.com/rwdaigle/nesta-app-template
The theme is here: https://github.com/rwdaigle/nesta-theme-clean
The announcement post is here: 
http://ryandaigle.com/a/deploying-nesta-cms-blog-heroku-cedar-pygments-syntax-highlighting
An example of the app running is here: http://nesta-app-template.herokuapp.com/

Feedback is always welcome (by way of github issue submissions or blog 
post comments). 

Cheers!

-Ryan

Re: [nesta] Nesta/Heroku/Pygments QuickStart template

From:
Misha Reyzlin
Date:
2012-02-23 @ 19:09
This is fantastic, I was going to dig into pygments for some time now, even
already had a branch for that, will read through your template, thanks!


On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 5:46 PM, Ryan Daigle <ryan.daigle@gmail.com> wrote:

> Just an FYI, I've released an app template meant to lower the barrier to
> getting a fully (and properly) configured, developer-oriented Nesta CMS
> blog running on Heroku with syntax highlighting, feed redirection,
> analytics, metrics and a reader-oriented theme etc...
>
> The template project is here:
> https://github.com/rwdaigle/nesta-app-template
> The theme is here: https://github.com/rwdaigle/nesta-theme-clean
> The announcement post is here:
> 
http://ryandaigle.com/a/deploying-nesta-cms-blog-heroku-cedar-pygments-syntax-highlighting
> An example of the app running is here:
> http://nesta-app-template.herokuapp.com/
>
> Feedback is always welcome (by way of github issue submissions or blog
> post comments).
>
> Cheers!
>
> -Ryan
>

Re: [nesta] Nesta/Heroku/Pygments QuickStart template

From:
Graham Ashton
Date:
2012-02-23 @ 19:25
On 23 Feb 2012, at 19:09, Misha Reyzlin wrote:

> This is fantastic, I was going to dig into pygments for some time now, 
even already had a branch for that, will read through your template, 
thanks!

It is - it's brilliant. :-)

I need to have a play with Pygments too. There's a draft article on using 
rack-codehighlighter that I need to publish too (though Pygments does look
brilliant).

The draft is here:


https://github.com/gma/nestacms.com/blob/master/content/pages/docs/recipes/syntax-highlighting.mdown

--
Graham Ashton
Founder, The Agile Planner
http://theagileplanner.com | @agileplanner | @grahamashton

Re: [nesta] Nesta/Heroku/Pygments QuickStart template

From:
Ryan Daigle
Date:
2012-02-24 @ 15:25
> It is - it's brilliant. :-)
> 
> I need to have a play with Pygments too. There's a draft article on 
using rack-codehighlighter that I need to publish too (though Pygments 
does look brilliant).

I chose pygments because it seems to be the most robust, well-supported 
and active syntax highlighter.
I am a fan of choice, however.

-Ryan

Re: [nesta] Nesta/Heroku/Pygments QuickStart template

From:
Kevin Zurawel
Date:
2012-02-24 @ 15:35
I used the rack-codehighlighter article mentioned below and it worked well
for me. Got things set up with CodeRay and attempted to port my Vim color 
scheme into it through trial and error (lots of using Digital Color Meter 
to pull color values off my screen).  :)

This looks really easy to use, though. Thanks!


On Feb 24, 2012, at 10:25 AM, Ryan Daigle wrote:

>> It is - it's brilliant. :-)
>> 
>> I need to have a play with Pygments too. There's a draft article on 
using rack-codehighlighter that I need to publish too (though Pygments 
does look brilliant).
> 
> I chose pygments because it seems to be the most robust, well-supported 
and active syntax highlighter.
> I am a fan of choice, however.
> 
> -Ryan
>