# Experimental Syntax coloring

I recently started exploring syntax coloring and discovered that I can color Befunge code a certain way that makes it look better (IMO). Is there some way of creating syntax coloring for this site?

Or perhaps a user-script (how does one make those)?

There seem to be a few languages who don't have syntax colorings:

• GolfScript
• Befunge
• Processing

Could we create colorings for them too?

Proposed syntax coloring for Befunge (character by character):

"'()@[]{}                                               <span class="str"></span>
0123456789+-*%/                                         <span class="lit"></span>
\$=\_|~& ^><v?                                           <span class="kwd"></span>
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuwxy#;    <span class="com"></span>
.,: !z                                                 <span class="pln"></span>


• All people visiting any pages on the site will have to load that extension at every page loaded, so it needs to be worth it (high number of posts needing it), light-weight (see this thread for instance) and a clear improvement as, for many language, the 'default' syntax highlighting (the one triggered by <!--language: default --> or by any lang-* that exists but is not yet implemented like typically lang-r) does already a good job (recognize comments, common control flow like ifand while` and recognize string).