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I'm very fond of the Atom syntax highlighting. This is a simple issue to replace the current syntax highlighting with Atom version of it.
It is about the syntax highlighting that pops up right in front of you when you go to [this page](http://www.giraffe.tools/gh/Timvanmourik/somegiraffeexample/master/porcupine). The relevant code is in `/app/porcupine/js/code.js`. The code makes use of [`react-syntax-highlighter`](https://github.com/conorhastings/react-syntax-highlighter).
Currently, the style is loaded by:
import python from 'react-syntax-highlighter/languages/hljs/python';
import tomorrow from 'react-syntax-highlighter/styles/hljs/tomorrow-night-bright';
Basically, the job is to replace `tomorrow` with the atom specific one. It is possible that also the language settings need to be updated, but I haven't looked into this in detail.
You can place custom highlighting files anywhere you like, up to your convenience. Please submit the PR to the `dev` branch.