I’ve been using Prism in DEVONthink Markdown documents pretty much since I learned it was a thing. It seems to offer support for most of the languages I use, but it doesn’t seem to support C# or Rust (or maybe I don’t know the right language-qualifier term to use after the back-ticks). Does it support these languages already? If so, what are the right qualifiers? If not, could that be a feature request? Thanks!
This page may help you: https://prismjs.com/#supported-languages.
Sorry, I probably should have been more clear. First, thank you for pointing out the list of supported languages, but I was aware of that and find both C# and Rust listed on that page. However, when I try to use the expected designators in DEVONthink (DT), they don’t produce syntax highlighting as other languages do. It’s my (possibly incorrect?) understanding that DT supports only a subset of the languages on that Prism support page. That’s why I’m asking the question here.
Apologies for not appreciating what you originally meant! You are correct in your understanding, I think. This is from page 43 of the excellent manual (also available through the in-app Help):
Note: Not all languages supported by Prism are available. Additional languages may be added in the future if there’s sufficient interest in them.
That is correct. Not all languages are supported in DEVONthink. The request is noted with no promises.