I'm possibly too lazy to find how to do it without minted, but since I already use minted and I want top keep it's styles it applies to code boxes (like background color, the line break features,
typewriter-style/same-width text etc.), I want to do it with minted.
\inputminted requires the language as the first required argument, so I cannot omit it, and pygments does not have a "plain text" style option as it seems, so I cannot use that there.
So when i just want to input a plain-text block with minted (without any syntax-highlighting), how can I do that?
Use case: I could not find a proper syntax highlighting for arbitrary console output (on GitHub you e.g. have
console for Markdown.)
I have found this question, but it's not about minted, but getting HTML code or so.