A JSX lexer for Pygments


Keywords
pygments highlight jsx react, docs, jsx, pygments, python, sphinx
License
MIT
Install
pip install jsx-lexer==0.0.8

Documentation

jsx-lexer

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A JSX lexer for Pygments

Installation

$ pip install jsx-lexer

Usage with Sphinx

To use within Sphinx, simply specify jsx for your code-block:

.. code-block:: jsx

    const BlogTitle = ({ children }) => (
      <h3>{children}</h3>
    );
    // class component
    class BlogPost extends React.Component {
      renderTitle(title) {
        return <BlogTitle>{title}</BlogTitle>
      };
      render() {
        return (
        <div className="blog-body">
          {this.renderTitle(this.props.title)}
          <p>{this.props.body}</p>
        </div>
        );
      }
    }

Usage with mkdocs

First, you need to create the CSS for the highlighting:

$ pygmentize -S default -f html -a .codehilite > code/pygments.css

Then, add the following to your mkdocs.yml:

markdown_extensions:
  - codehilite
extra_css: [pygments.css]

Now, you can use jsx in your code blocks:

```jsx
const BlogTitle = ({ children }) => (
  <h3>{children}</h3>
);
// class component
class BlogPost extends React.Component {
  renderTitle(title) {
    return <BlogTitle>{title}</BlogTitle>
  };
  render() {
    return (
    <div className="blog-body">
      {this.renderTitle(this.props.title)}
      <p>{this.props.body}</p>
    </div>
    );
  }
}
```