CFScript Syntax Highlighting with Rouge!

This is just an update on the cfscript lexer for Rouge. Here’s the TLDR: It’s available! Want to get started? Read on.

My PR was merged (back on June 14) by the incredibly gifted @jneen. So you can highlight your cfscript code snippets in Rouge v1.11.1+. If I seem excited, it’s because I am - it’s been a fairly long process. I waited on posting, because the github-pages gem hadn’t updated its Rouge dependency yet, so I couldn’t actually demonstrate the highlighting, until now…

If you have Jekyll set up the same way that I do, with Bundler, then the first thing (really the only thing) you need to do to get this set up locally is update your gem dependencies:

$ bundle exec gem update github-pages

That will get you the version of Rouge necessary to write your cfscript code blocks like this:

```cfc
private struct function iAmAFunction() {
	var something = {};
	return something;
}
```

The cfc at the start of the code block indicates the intended syntax highlighting, which in turn, should render this:

private struct function iAmAFunction() {
	var something = {};
	return something;
}

And that’s it. Blogging with cfscript just got a lot more colorful!