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Discussion on: Adventures in Yak Shaving: AsciiDoc with Visual Studio Code, Ruby, and Gem

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Matthew D. Groves Author

As best I can tell, the AsciiDoc plugin for Code uses the asciidoctor command line to generate HTML. So it's possible there is some issue in the AsciiDoc markup that you're writing. Maybe give it a try with the command line tool directly?

If the command line works fine, you may want to open an issue on Github, so that Joao is at least aware: github.com/joaompinto/asciidoctor-...

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Aaron Pfalzgraf

I actually did just drop an issue on github regarding this: github.com/joaompinto/asciidoctor-....

After working with the owner of the color theme, he determined that the language plugin was not exposing scopes correctly (or not at all).

I checked the html output with asciidoctor -o, and all is well.

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Matthew D. Groves Author

Oh, I see, it's the syntax highlighting of the asciidoctor markup itself, not the plugin that I'm using. Cool, glad you got it resolved :)