You can install CodeMirror as a library, and then make a "FULL HTML" profile in WYSIWYG. In practice, you'd get a drop-down entry for it on your edit page (e.g. the ability to switch editors to CodeMirror instead of CKeditor), and a config page within the WYSIWYG module. It's not fully flushed out, but is workable enough to use in production, and TwoD has given really strong input for how we could finish it up properly.
Alternately, you could try to get it working as a CKeditor plugin. You'd get a button toggle in CKeditor, but no configurability within the WYSIWYG module (which defeats the purpose of using WYSIWYG in the first place, IMHO). Haven't tried that one, but my read is that it works.
If you're not too concerned about configurability, you might be able to just drom WYSIWYG completely, and use the original CKeditor module instead. According to one of the folks in those linked threads, CodeMirror works with it out of the box.
There's also a TinyMCE integration module, wysiwyg_codemagic, that supposedly works.