Saw a neat video on a package that is in the AUR called nano-syntax-highlighting (baph -s nano-syntax-highlighting).
You can install via the git page or if you are like me and want to have a bit more control on what you want in your nanorc file, install from the AUR and follow the manual process outlined on the git.
It’s a really nice addition to nano (if you use it of course) but in a nutshell, there are neat little additions for a crap-load of programming languages and some other items (for me, I love the i3 config addition).
Just a little something that adds a bit more flare to your AL experience.
UPDATED: I wanted to show you a short snippet of the tail end of my nanorc file so you can see what the manual process might look like in addition to what the i3 addition looks like
## Key bindings. ## See nanorc(5) (section REBINDING KEYS) for more details on this. ## ## The following two functions are not bound to any key by default. ## You may wish to choose other keys than the ones suggested here. # bind M-B cutwordleft main # bind M-N cutwordright main ## Set this if your Backspace key sends Del most of the time. # bind Del backspace all # Additions include "/usr/share/nano-syntax-highlighting/i3.nanorc" include "/usr/share/nano-syntax-highlighting/etc-hosts.nanorc" include "/usr/share/nano-syntax-highlighting/mutt.nanorc" include "/usr/share/nano-syntax-highlighting/mpdconf.nanorc" include "/usr/share/nano-syntax-highlighting/python.nanorc" include "/usr/share/nano-syntax-highlighting/sed.nanorc" include "/usr/share/nano-syntax-highlighting/systemd.nanorc" include "/usr/share/nano-syntax-highlighting/xresources.nanorc" include "/usr/share/nano-syntax-highlighting/man.nanorc" include "/usr/share/nano-syntax-highlighting/awk.nanorc" include "/usr/share/nano-syntax-highlighting/conf.nanorc"