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Markdown code block - supported languages?


I am having some problems with a .md file not displaying code blocks properly inside my bitbucket repository. Is there a list of supported markdown code block languages available.


Languages I've tried / would like to be shown properly:


c# razor view syntax

```csharp .cshtml

React jsx syntax


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Can we please have markdown support? Pretty please? 

The markdown tutorial says "the 'short name' or the 'mimetype' of anything in" the list of Pygments lexers will work.


I think the syntax highlighting for file extensions is a different list from a different library.

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Ana Retamal Atlassian Team Jan 10, 2018

Hi Alan! According to our documentation, all the common coding languages are supported, including C# and JSX (for reference

For more info you can also read Configuring syntax highlighting for file extensions.

I found this and this  in our issue tracker where code that was enclosed in a code block area was treated differently, but seems like it was fixed some time ago.



I still can't believe a company like Altassian have so poor support to these kinds of features. Yes, you actually support `jsx`, but it renders exactly like `javascript`, and... surprise! It sucks!

import { GlobalStyles, ThemeProvider, theme } from "my-library"

const Root = () => (
<ThemeProvider theme={theme}>
<App />


Screenshot 2020-03-04 at 10.15.10.png

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