Google Code Prettify

So tonight I became insanely jealous of StackOverflow's syntax highlighting. When you post a question that contains code. the site formats it all nice and colorizes the text, fairly closely to how the IDE actually color codes it. I went hunting and I actually found what SO actually uses to do it.

Google Code Prettify sets up in minutes. All you do is drop in the script, the css, and call prettyPrint() in the DOM ready.

You will have to add a CSS class ("prettyprint") to your <pre> or <code> tags and then all text inside will automatically be pretty-printed!

Like this:

if (GoogleCode.Prettify.IsAwesome)
	MessageBox.Show("The Cake Is a Lie!");

Pretty slick.