Turn Your Code into Pretty, Syntax-Highlighted HTML
Monkey Pygment is a web application that allows you to paste in code from a variety of programming languages and produces syntax highlighting (prettified) code as HTML markup, suitable for copying and pasting into the HTML code of your website or blog.
Here are step by step instruction for adding syntax highlighted, prettified code to your blogger blog. The first time I wanted to paste code into my blogger site I went searching for a nice way to do syntax highlighting. I knew about Pygments already and had used it to transform whole files, but it seemed a little awkward to use the pygmentize command line tool for each snippet in a blog post. What I wanted was a quick way to transform a block of code into a snippet of HTML for pasting into my blog post directly. Working toward a more convenient workflow I decided I would make a simple web application to expose the basic functionality of Pygments as applicable to publishing on the web.
To use Monkey Pygment or other pygments output in your site, you’ll need to install the pygments CSS file code (see the instructions). You can install this in a code block in the head of your HTML document or save it as a file somewhere and link to it from many web pages.
If I knew about the two other appengine hosted apps that have already been created, I probably wouldn't have bothered, or would have based my work on that already existing. Monkey Pygment is nevertheless different in aiming for simplicity. Monkey Pygment exposes less Pygments functionality, but it should be a little easier to understand and require fewer key strokes.