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Added quicklook plugin for syntax highlighting of code files in finder

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link_dotfiles
backup_and_execute_osx_prefs
puts green("Success! Be sure to restart terminal or run `source ~/.bash_profile`")
+ puts green("And run `qlmanage -r` to reload quicklook plugins if necessary")
end
def link_dotfiles
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+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
+<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">
+<plist version="1.0">
+<dict>
+ <key>CFBundleDevelopmentRegion</key>
+ <string>English</string>
+ <key>CFBundleDocumentTypes</key>
+ <array>
+ <dict>
+ <key>CFBundleTypeRole</key>
+ <string>QLGenerator</string>
+ <key>LSItemContentTypes</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
+ <string>public.xml</string>
+ <string>com.apple.property-list</string>
+ <string>org.tug.tex</string>
+ <string>public.plain-text</string>
+ </array>
+ </dict>
+ </array>
+ <key>CFBundleExecutable</key>
+ <string>QLColorCode</string>
+ <key>CFBundleIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.qlcolorcode</string>
+ <key>CFBundleInfoDictionaryVersion</key>
+ <string>6.0</string>
+ <key>CFBundleName</key>
+ <string>QLColorCode</string>
+ <key>CFBundleShortVersionString</key>
+ <string>2.0.1</string>
+ <key>CFBundleVersion</key>
+ <string>2.0.1</string>
+ <key>CFPlugInDynamicRegisterFunction</key>
+ <string></string>
+ <key>CFPlugInDynamicRegistration</key>
+ <string>NO</string>
+ <key>CFPlugInFactories</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>C044543D-70A1-46D8-A908-4B8AEA1197A4</key>
+ <string>QuickLookGeneratorPluginFactory</string>
+ </dict>
+ <key>CFPlugInTypes</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>5E2D9680-5022-40FA-B806-43349622E5B9</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>C044543D-70A1-46D8-A908-4B8AEA1197A4</string>
+ </array>
+ </dict>
+ <key>CFPlugInUnloadFunction</key>
+ <string></string>
+ <key>QLNeedsToBeRunInMainThread</key>
+ <true/>
+ <key>QLPreviewHeight</key>
+ <real>800</real>
+ <key>QLPreviewWidth</key>
+ <real>800</real>
+ <key>QLSupportsConcurrentRequests</key>
+ <false/>
+ <key>QLThumbnailMinimumSize</key>
+ <real>32</real>
+ <key>UTImportedTypeDeclarations</key>
+ <array>
+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
+ </array>
+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>OCaml Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.ocaml.ocaml-source</string>
+ <key>UTTypeReferenceURL</key>
+ <string>http://www.ocaml.org/</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>ml</string>
+ <string>mll</string>
+ <string>mly</string>
+ </array>
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+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>OCaml Interface File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.ocaml.ocaml-interface</string>
+ <key>UTTypeReferenceURL</key>
+ <string>http://www.ocaml.org/</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>mli</string>
+ </array>
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+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>Haskell Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.haskell.haskell-source</string>
+ <key>UTTypeReferenceURL</key>
+ <string>http://www.haskell.org/</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>hs</string>
+ </array>
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+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>Literate Haskell Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.haskell.literate-haskell-source</string>
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+ <string>http://www.haskell.org/</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>lhs</string>
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+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>scheme Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.scheme-source</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>scm</string>
+ </array>
+ </dict>
+ </dict>
+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>.ini Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.ini-source</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>ini</string>
+ </array>
+ <key>public.mime-type</key>
+ <string>text/x-ini</string>
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+ <string>org.tug.tex</string>
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+ <string>TEXT</string>
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+ <string>org.erlang.erlang-source</string>
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+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>erl</string>
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+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>Standard ML Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.standard-ml-source</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>sml</string>
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+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>SQL Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.structured-query-language-source</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>sql</string>
+ </array>
+ </dict>
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+ <dict>
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+ <array>
+ <string>public.script</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>Diff File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.diff-script</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>diff</string>
+ <string>patch</string>
+ </array>
+ </dict>
+ </dict>
+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
+ </array>
+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>CSS File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>public.css</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>css</string>
+ </array>
+ </dict>
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+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>Lua Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.lua.lua-source</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>lua</string>
+ </array>
+ </dict>
+ </dict>
+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
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+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>tk.tcl.tcl-source</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>tcl</string>
+ </array>
+ </dict>
+ </dict>
+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>JSP Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.jsp-source</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>jsp</string>
+ </array>
+ </dict>
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+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>Adobe Flash ActionScript Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>com.adobe.actionscript</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
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+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
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+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.lisp</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
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+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>lisp</string>
+ <string>lsp</string>
+ <string>asd</string>
+ <string>el</string>
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+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>IDL Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.idl</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>pro</string>
+ </array>
+ </dict>
+ </dict>
+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
+ </array>
+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>Verilog Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.verilog</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>v</string>
+ </array>
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+ </dict>
+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>VHDL Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
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+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>vhdl</string>
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+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.source-code</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>XHTML Source File</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.xhtml</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
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+ </array>
+ </dict>
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+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>public.xml</string>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
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+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>org.n8gray.javaInstaller</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>jnlp</string>
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+ <dict>
+ <key>UTTypeConformsTo</key>
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+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
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+ <dict>
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+ <array>
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+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
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+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
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+ <dict>
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+ <array>
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+ <key>UTTypeDescription</key>
+ <string>Coldfusion Source Code</string>
+ <key>UTTypeIdentifier</key>
+ <string>com.adobe.coldfusion</string>
+ <key>UTTypeTagSpecification</key>
+ <dict>
+ <key>public.filename-extension</key>
+ <array>
+ <string>cfc</string>
+ <string>cfm</string>
+ <string>cfml</string>
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+ </dict>
+ </dict>
+ </array>
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+#!/bin/zsh
+
+# This code is licensed under the GPL v2. See LICENSE.txt for details.
+
+# colorize.sh
+# QLColorCode
+#
+# Created by Nathaniel Gray on 11/27/07.
+# Copyright 2007 Nathaniel Gray.
+
+# Expects $1 = path to resources dir of bundle
+# $2 = name of file to colorize
+# $3 = 1 if you want enough for a thumbnail, 0 for the full file
+#
+# Produces HTML on stdout with exit code 0 on success
+
+###############################################################################
+
+# Fail immediately on failure of sub-command
+setopt err_exit
+
+rsrcDir=$1
+target=$2
+thumb=$3
+
+debug () {
+ if [ "x$qlcc_debug" != "x" ]; then if [ "x$thumb" = "x0" ]; then
+ echo "QLColorCode: $@" 1>&2
+ fi; fi
+}
+
+debug Starting colorize.sh
+#echo target is $target
+
+hlDir=$rsrcDir/highlight
+cmd=$hlDir/bin/highlight
+cmdOpts=(-I --font $font --quiet --add-data-dir $rsrcDir/override \
+ --data-dir $rsrcDir/highlight/share/highlight \
+ --add-config-dir $rsrcDir/override/config --style $hlTheme \
+ --font-size $fontSizePoints --encoding $textEncoding ${=extraHLFlags})
+
+#for o in $cmdOpts; do echo $o\<br/\>; done
+
+debug Setting reader
+reader=(cat $target)
+
+debug Handling special cases
+case $target in
+ *.graffle )
+ # some omnigraffle files are XML and get passed to us. Ignore them.
+ exit 1
+ ;;
+ *.plist )
+ lang=xml
+ reader=(/usr/bin/plutil -convert xml1 -o - $target)
+ ;;
+ *.h )
+ if grep -q "@interface" $target &> /dev/null; then
+ lang=objc
+ else
+ lang=h
+ fi
+ ;;
+ *.m )
+ # look for a matlab-style comment in the first 10 lines, otherwise
+ # assume objective-c. If you never use matlab or never use objc,
+ # you might want to hardwire this one way or the other
+ if head -n 10 $target | grep -q "^[ ]*%" &> /dev/null; then
+ lang=m
+ else
+ lang=objc
+ fi
+ ;;
+ *.groovy )
+ lang=java
+ ;;
+ *.pro )
+ # Can be either IDL or Prolog. Prolog uses /* */ and % for comments.
+ # IDL uses ;
+ if head -n 10 $target | grep -q "^[ ]*;" &> /dev/null; then
+ lang=idlang
+ else
+ lang=pro
+ fi
+ ;;
+ * )
+ lang=${target##*.}
+ ;;
+esac
+debug Resolved $target to language $lang
+
+go4it () {
+ debug Generating the preview
+ if [ $thumb = "1" ]; then
+ $reader | head -n 100 | head -c 20000 | $cmd --syntax $lang $cmdOpts && exit 0
+ elif [ -n "$maxFileSize" ]; then
+ $reader | head -c $maxFileSize | $cmd --syntax $lang $cmdOpts && exit 0
+ else
+ $reader | $cmd --syntax $lang $cmdOpts && exit 0
+ fi
+}
+
+setopt no_err_exit
+debug First try...
+go4it
+# Uh-oh, it didn't work. Fall back to rendering the file as plain
+debug First try failed, second try...
+lang=txt
+go4it
+debug Reached the end of the file. That should not happen.
+exit 101
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+# List of extensions
+# ------------------------------------------
+# This file is a part of highlight, a free source code converter released under the GPL.
+#
+# Format: $ext(lang) = <extensions of source files>
+# where lang is the file name of the language definition
+# If there exists only one extension, you do not have to list it here.
+# See README in the highlight directory for details.
+#
+# ----------
+# andre.simon1@gmx.de
+# http:/www.andre-simon.de/
+
+$ext(ada)=adb ads a gnad
+$ext(ampl)=dat run
+$ext(amtrix)=s4 s4t s4h hnd t4
+$ext(asm)=a51 29k 68s 68x x68
+$ext(asp)=asa
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+$ext(java)=groovy grv
+$ext(lisp)=cl clisp el lsp sbcl
+$ext(make)=mak mk
+$ext(mib)=smi
+$ext(ml)=mli ocaml
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+$ext(oberon)=ooc
+$ext(php)=php3 php4 php5 php6
+$ext(pike)=pmod
+$ext(pl1)=ff fp fpp rpp sf sp spb spp sps wp wf wpp wps wpb bdy spe
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+$ext(rb)=ruby pp rjs
+$ext(rexx)=rex rx the
+$ext(sh)=bash ebuild eclass
+$ext(smalltalk)=st gst sq
+$ext(sybase)=sp
+$ext(tcl)=wish itcl
+$ext(tex)=sty cls
+$ext(vb)=bas basic bi vbs
+$ext(verilog)=v
+$ext(html)=htm xhtml
+$ext(xml)=sgm sgml nrm ent hdr hub dtd wml vxml wml tld svg xsl ecf jnlp
+$ext(fs)=fsx
+
+# Input file recognition
+# Highlight matches the first input line with the listed expressions.
+# Format: $shebang(lang) = <regex>
+
+$shebang(sh)=^#!(\/usr)?(\/local)?\/bin\/(bash|t?csh|[akz]?sh)
+$shebang(pl)=^#!(\/usr)?(\/local)?\/bin\/perl
+$shebang(py)=^#!(\/usr)?(\/local)?\/bin\/python
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+Developer/Maintainer:
+André Simon <andre.simon1 at gmx de>
+
+Developer of the Artistic Style classes:
+Tal Davidson <davidsont at bigfoot com>
+Jim Pattee <jimp03 at email com>
+
+Developer of Regex classes:
+Jeffery Stuart <mail_address>
+
+Developer of xterm 256 colour best matching functions:
+Wolfgang Frisch <wf at frexx de>
+
+Developer of the argparser class:
+Antonio Diaz Diaz
+
+CLI translators:
+French: Gauthier S.
+Spanish: David Villa
+
+GUI translators:
+Spanish: Fidel Barrera
+
+Language definitions:
+Christian Perle (Povray)
+Andreas Schoenberg (AWK)
+Olivier Girondel (Pike)
+Christian Siefkes (NG Relax Compact)
+Paul Connell (Coldfusion MX)
+Peter Bartke (Miranda)
+Joerg Walter (Smalltalk)
+Pierre Larochelle (Arc, Clojure)
+Roberto Mendoza (IDL)
+Paulo Moura (Logtalk)
+
+Colour themes:
+David (matlab)
+Mark Hessling (THE)
+Alexandre Bonneau (Acid)
+Sunrise Telephone Systems Ltd. (ide-xcode)
+Joerg Walter (moe)
+
+Patches:
+Marc Duponcheel (gcc 3.x compatibility)
+Jonas Fonseca (Ruby language definition)
+Georg Young (gcc 3.x compatibility)
+weasel@debian.org (suppress compile warnings of Debian package)
+Jeremy Weinberger (RTF bugfix)
+Alan Briolat (shebang recognition with stdin stream)
+Jeremy Bopp (makefile prefix/destdir variables)
+Antonio Diaz Diaz (argparser replacement for getopt_long)
+Samuli Suominen (various makefile bugfixes)
+Detlef Reichelt (gcc 4.3 compatibility)
+Jochen Schmitt (gcc 4.4 compatibility)
+Nathaniel Gray (makefile bugfix)
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+CHANGELOG Highlight
+
+highlight 2.12
+
+07-09-2009
+
+-fixed bug with $INCLUDE statement
+-fixed ctags file parsing
+-added nested language recognition within a source file (suggested by Pavel Striz)
+-added $NESTED statement to language definitions (pas, html, tex)
+-added support for F# (fs.lang)
+-added support for haXe (hx.lang)
+-improved various language definitions
+-revised documentation
+-LIB: added version to shared lib output name
+-CLI: added options --start-nested and --print-style
+
+---
+highlight 2.11
+
+23-07-2009
+
+-added BBCode output option (--bbcode, suggested by Qui Peccavit)
+-added new --delim-cr option to cope with MacOS 9 files
+ (suggested by Steven Haddock)
+-added shared lib target (make lib-shared, suggested by Dario Teixeira)
+-list of installed languages (--list-langs) was enhanced to include mapped file
+ extensions (suggested by Martin Kammerlander)
+-improved many colour themes using Agave (agave.sf.net)
+
+---
+highlight 2.10
+
+24-06-2009
+
+-fixed CR parsing bug on MacOS (thanks to Shiro Wilde)
+-fixed SWIG makefile (thanks to David Bremner)
+-license changed from GPLv2 to GPLv3 (incl. included libs)
+-updated Artistic Style lib to version 1.23
+-new indentation schemes: stroustrup, whitesmith, banner
+-removed indentSchemes and helpmsg directories
+-removed README_INDENT
+-replaced ide-devcpp theme by a new jedit theme
+-added support for Interactive Data Language (idlang, thanks to Roberto
+ Mendoza)
+-added support for Rebol, Oz, Mercury, Zonnon, ATS (Applied Type System),
+ CHILL, NetRexx, Inno Setup and INTERLIS
+-added pp, rjs, jnlp, groovy, gnad, es, sblc, ooc, gst, sq extensions
+ to filetypes.conf
+-improved Prolog, Pike, Oberon, Nice, Java, Lisp, Lua, Haskell, C# and SML
+ definitions
+-improved spec.lang for RPM (thanks to Luoyi Ly)
+-CLI: option --help-lang is deprecated
+-API: dropped setSpecialOptions(), renamed initializing methods to init*
+
+---
+highlight 2.9
+
+30-April-2009
+
+-added more customized boxes for the LaTeX --pretty-symbols switch
+ (thanks to Romain Francois)
+-GUI: fixed makefile to pass costum paths to the Qt project makefile
+ (thanks to Joerg Germeroth)
+-GUI: reduced window height (thanks to Fidel Barrera)
+-GUI: added Spanish translation (thanks to Fidel Barrera)
+-GUI: added drag and drop for input files
+
+---
+highlight 2.8
+
+30-March-2009
+
+-added --pretty-symbols option to improve LaTeX output quality of tilde and
+ braces (thanks to Romain Francois)
+-omitted warning message if --syntax parameter is contained in the --skip list
+ (thanks to Bob Smith)
+-included language descriptions in --list-langs output
+-dropped dependency of --replace-quotes and --fragment options
+-enhanced Python SWIG example (testmod.py)
+-added qmake language definition
+-fixed SWIG scripts (thanks to David Bremner)
+-fixed gcc 4.4 compilation (patch by Jochen Schmitt)
+-dropped core/html32generator.*
+-dropped src/gui (wxWidgets based interface)
+-GUI: rewrote the user interface using Qt
+
+---
+highlight 2.7
+
+12-January-2009
+
+-changed versioning scheme to major.minor
+-fixed infinite loop in the W32 build when outputting LaTeX/TeX as UTF-8
+ (thanks to Christophe Bal)
+-fixed VHDL and Scilab definitions (thanks to Frederik Teichert)
+-fixed XML definition (thanks to Edin)
+-fixed -r switch (thanks to Frederik Teichert)
+-fixed default number recognition regex
+-added Clojure language definition (thanks to Pierre Larochelle)
+-added wrapping arrow in LaTeX/HTML output if --wrap/--wrap-simple is set
+ (suggested by Frederik Teichert)
+-updated ide-msvcpp.style to match current Visual Studio appearance
+ (suggested by Pieter Kruger)
+-added make targets "lib" and "cli"
+-organized sources in subdirectories (core, cli, gui) and adjusted makefiles
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-14
+
+21-October-2008
+
+-added --ctags-file option to add tooltips with meta information in HTML output
+-added options to improve compatibility with GNU source-highlight:
+ --doc, --no-doc, --tab, --css, --output-dir, --failsafe, --out-format,
+ --src-lang, --line-number, --line-number-ref
+-fixed ADA95, C#, Eiffel, Fortran, TCL, Bash definitions
+-added Vala language definition
+-added several file suffixes to filetypes.conf
+-fixed gcc 4.3 compilation issues (patch by Detlef Reichelt)
+-fixed race condition in makefile (patch by Jochen Schmitt)
+-added exit condition if input path matches output path
+ (suggested by James Haefner)
+-GUI: added ctags file selection options (only wx2.9 version)
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-13
+
+29-September-2008
+
+-added --skip option to ignore unknown file types (suggested by Bob Smith)
+-added Haskell LHS language definition (suggested by Sebastian Roeder)
+-added regex description for Perl and Ruby definitions
+-improved Bison, Paradox, SML, Snobol, Verilog definitions
+-renamed snobol.lang to sno.lang
+-updated Artistic Style lib to version 1.22
+-replaced dirstream lib by a faster file globbing method
+ (invoked with --batch-recursive)
+-support for USE_FN_MATCH compile flag was dropped
+-Makefile generates libhighlight.a (suggested by Adiel Mittmann)
+-Updated SWIG makefile and documentation
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-12
+
+04-August-2008
+
+-added RTF character stylesheet option (suggested by Klaus Nordby)
+-fixed filetypes.conf path in RPM specfile (thanks to Nikita Borodikhin)
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-11
+
+09-July-2008
+
+-added SVG output option (--svg)
+-reassigned -G short option from --class-name to --svg
+-fixed various makefile issues (patches by Samuli Suominen)
+-added highlight.desktop file (suggested by Samuli Suominen)
+-GUI: added SVG and font selection options (only wx2.9 version)
+-GUI: reduced window height by hiding format specific input controls
+-updated highlight.spec to compile wx2.9 GUI
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-10
+
+07-May-2008
+
+-fixed XHTML output (thanks to Allen McPherson)
+-added Logtalk definition (thanks to Paulo Moura)
+-added support for Eiffel ecf project files (thanks to Jérémie Blaser)
+-various code improvements (patch by Antonio Diaz Diaz)
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-9
+
+26-March-2008
+
+-fixed --validate-input option with input from stdin
+-fixed missing DESTDIR prefix in makefile (thanks to Bob Smith)
+-fixed handling of several keyword regexes using the same group name
+-added support for Lilypond
+-added support for Arc (thanks to Pierre Larochelle)
+-added support for embedded output instructions (see README)
+-added examples/highlight_pipe.* (PHP, Perl and Python interface scripts)
+-replaced getopt_long by argparser class
+-language definition parameters $kw_list and $kw_re are merged to $keywords
+-GUI: fixed preview of UTF-8 files (thanks to Victor Woo)
+-GUI: added all-gui-wx29 target in Makefile to compile with wxWidgets 2.9
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-8
+
+01-February-2008
+
+-fixed highlighting issue with nested comments, if delimiters are distinct
+-fixed XML and CSS highlighting
+-fixed C escape sequence parsing of octal and hex sequences
+-language definition tag tag_delim was dropped
+-outdated file README_ES was dropped
+-gcc4.3 compilation support was added (patch by Jochen Schmitt)
+-font-family parameter is enclosed in apostrophes in HTML output
+-added --kw-case=capitalize option
+-added --enclose-pre option
+-added file README_LANGLIST
+-improved several language definitions
+-GUI: decreased window height
+-GUI: preview window is scrolled to last view position after a content update
+-GUI: windows saves and restores previous position and size
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-7
+
+04-January-2008
+
+-support for RTF background colour was added
+-regex() in language definitions expression allows optional definition of
+ capturing group number
+-added --add-config-dir option to define config search path
+ (suggested by Nathaniel Gray)
+-allowed invocation of makefile with CFLAGS and LDFLAGS as parameters
+ (patch by Nathaniel Gray)
+-fixed OCaml definition (thanks to Nathaniel Gray)
+-fixed AutoIt definition
+-added case insensitive file suffix matching (thanks to Stefan Boumans)
+-GUI: added RTF mimetype to clipboard data (thanks to Stefan Boumans)
+-GUI: fixed preview update after tab width change (thanks to Stefan Boumans)
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-6
+
+10-December-2007
+
+-added Smalltalk definition and moe theme (thanks to Joerg Walter)
+-added support for diff and patch files
+-GUI: added clipboard button (suggested by Klaus Schueller and Stefan Boumans)
+-fixed Matlab definition (thanks to Andreas Boehler)
+-fixed print.style (thanks to Albert Neu)
+-fixed output of lines with CR/LF (bug of 2.6.5)
+-fixed php and css definitions
+-updated ActionScript definition (thanks to Samuel Toulouse)
+-updated sql definition (thanks to Stefan Boumans)
+-dropped dull theme
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-5
+
+02-October-2007
+
+-fixed compilation warning on 64 Bit OS (thanks to Uwe Sassenberg)
+-allowed embedded comments in Pascal definition (thanks to Helmut Giritzer)
+-fixed memory leak
+-improved performance
+-added serendipity plugin in examples/plugins
+-added support for diff (and patch) files (suggested by Dan Christensen)
+-adjusted SWIG makefiles and sample scripts
+-improved definitions of Bash, Ruby, Maya, Tcl, Agda and Haskell
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-4
+
+13-September-2007
+
+-fixed TeX and LaTeX output (space after strings were omitted,
+ thanks to Andre Schade)
+-fixed Perl language definition (thanks to Jens Kadenbach)
+-fixed gui.cpp compilation with wxWigets unicode build (thanks to Dennis Veatch)
+-updated R language definition (thanks to Yihui Xie)
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-3
+
+06-September-2007
+
+-added --inline-css option to output CSS within each tag element
+-renamed previewgenerator.* files to html32generator.*
+-GUI: changed GUI configuration format (using wx config classes)
+-GUI: added inline CSS option
+-binaries are no longer stripped by default (src/makefile)
+-added notes to makefiles and INSTALL concerning static linking
+ (thanks to Ken Poole)
+-improved MacOS X compatibility (thanks to Benjamin Kowarsch)
+-added ide-xcode theme (thanks to Benjamin Kowarsch)
+-README files were updated
+-updated plugin scripts to use the new --inline-css option
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-2
+
+19-July-2007
+
+-dropped deprecated option --format-style
+-added --html option for plausibility (HTML output is still default)
+-reassigned -H option to --html
+-added option --kw-case to output keywords in upper case or lower case if
+ the language is not case sensitive
+-added option --mark-line to highlight several code lines in HTML output
+-added mark-line parameter to colour themes, renamed kw_group parameter
+ to kw-group
+-added option --validate-input to test if input file is text (if the input
+ is considered binary, no parsing takes place)
+-updated astyle code to release 1.21
+-improved PHP4 compatibility of the wordpress plugin (thanks to Thomas Keller)
+-added support for Open Object Rexx (oorexx.lang)
+-updated documentation
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-1
+
+21-May-2007
+
+-support of HTML colour notation in theme files (ie #12aa00)
+-fixed bad formatting of single line comment and directive substrings after
+ line wrapping took place (multiline comments may still be screwed up)
+-enabled "highlight -c stdout" to print style definition to stdout
+-moved highlight/highlight subdir to highlight/src
+-removed examples/cgi
+-added examples/plugins
+-moved gui file directories ext and i18n to DATADIR/gui_files/
+-removed themes: berries-light, whatis
+-added themes: lucretia, orion
+-fixed SWIG interface files and scripts
+-fixed makefile and filetypes.conf (thanks to Axel Dyks)
+-improved ini.lang (thanks to Axel Dyks)
+-GUI: added Brazilian Portuguese translation (thanks to Yorick)
+
+---
+highlight 2.6-0
+
+05-May-2007
+
+-fixed bug with line number count starting at zero by default
+-modified makefile to support PREFIX and DESTDIR variables (patch by Jeremy Bopp)
+
+---
+highlight 2.5-6 beta
+
+20-April-2007
+
+-added new option --class-name (suggested by John Pye)
+-fixed XML output (thanks to Hilmar Bunjes)
+-updated README files
+
+---
+highlight 2.5-5 beta
+
+05-April-2007
+
+-renamed --line-number-width to --line-number-length
+-added new option --line-length
+-fixed compilation error with gcc 4.3 (thanks to Martin Michlmayr)
+-added script shebang recognition with stdin input (patch by Alan Briolat)
+-added support for Boo scripting language
+-fixed translated help texts
+-added *.p, *.i, *.w as Progress file suffixes (thanks to Mark Reeves)
+
+---
+highlight 2.5-4 beta
+
+07-March-2007
+
+-improved display quality of preview font (Courier New)
+-updated astyle to version 1.20.2
+
+---
+highlight 2.5-3 beta
+
+03-March-2007
+
+-fixed bug in GUI preview update
+-reduced GUI height
+-added support for Linden script (Second Life)
+
+---
+highlight 2.5-2 beta
+
+28-February-2007
+
+-added prefix and prefix_bin variables to makefile (suggested by Thomas Link)
+-removed LaTeX page dimension directives (suggested by Thomas Link)
+-improved several color themes
+-removed berries-dark, added seashell theme
+
+---
+highlight 2.5-1 beta
+
+29-January-2007
+
+-fixed GTK GUI language file encoding to UTF 8
+-improved Ruby language definition
+-added gui subsection in the RPM specfile
+
+---
+highlight 2.5-0 beta
+
+17-January-2007
+
+-added Miranda language definition (thanks to Peter Bartke)
+-added Powershell (Monad) language definition
+-fixed ignored conf_dir parameter in makefiles (thanks to Bob Smith)
+-included source files and additional make rules to compile a wxWidgets GUI
+ (binary: highlight-gui; make all-gui; needs wxWidgets 2.6+)
+
+---
+highlight 2.4-8
+
+19-October-2006
+
+-added xterm 256 color output (-M, --xterm256) (thanks to Wolfgang Frisch)
+-prints warning if output format ignores the theme background colour
+-fixed Java and Python language definitions
+-revised README files
+
+---
+highlight 2.4-7
+
+10-June-2006
+
+-fixed segfault in symbol parsing procedure (thanks to Veit Wedtstein)
+-updated Lua and Lisp definitions
+-added AutoIt, NSIS, Graphviz and Qore definitions
+-updated SWIG sample scripts
+
+---
+02-May-2006
+
+highlight 2.4-6
+
+-fixed segfault when outputting ANSI (thanks to Philip Jenvey)
+
+---
+20-March-2006
+
+highlight 2.4-5
+
+-fixed bug which caused segfault on x86_64 (thanks to Eric Hopper)
+-fixed wrong enumeration start when outputting text w/o highlighting
+ (thanks to Russell Yanofsky)
+-added anchor-prefix option (suggested by Peter Biechele)
+-added anchor-filename option (suggested by Mazy)
+-added $description entry to language file format
+-added D language file
+-updated regex classes to version 1.05.02
+
+---
+19-February-2006
+
+highlight 2.4-4
+
+-added print-config option
+-added scilab definition (thanks to Gunnar Lindholm)
+-dropped support for XSL-FO (use XML instead for further processing)
+-dropped deprecated options (css-infile, css-outfile, include-css)
+-fixed line numbering (starting at 1, printed if syntax option is txt)
+ (thanks to Russell Yanofsky)
+-renamed extensions.conf to filetypes.conf
+-moved content of scriptre.conf into filetypes.conf
+-renamed option help-int to help-lang
+-renamed option format-style to reformat
+-updated regex classes to version 1.04
+-code cleanup
+-updated documentation
+
+---
+30-October-2005
+
+highlight 2.4-3
+
+-added RTF page-size option (suggested by David Strip)
+-fixed bug in RTF output, which prevented italic and bold output
+ (patch by Jeremy Weinberger)
+-renamed colour theme parameter KW_CLASS to KW_GROUP
+
+---
+25-September-2005
+
+highlight 2.4-2
+
+-added line-number-start switch (suggested by Roie Black)
+-added babel switch to make output compatible with LaTeX Babel
+ package (disables Babel shorthands)
+-fixed ampl.lang (thanks to David Strip)
+-fixed error message if language definition is unknown
+-added Nemerle definition (n.lang)
+-added SAS definition (thanks to Alexandre Detiste)
+-added TTCN3 definition (thanks to Peter Biechele)
+-added tcsh.lang (thanks to Igor Furlan)
+-Unix package: moved *.conf to /etc/highlight/
+ (suggested by Jochen Schmitt)
+
+---
+23-July-2005
+
+highlight 2.4-1
+
+-dropped include-pkg option
+-added CSS style for list items (--ordered-list)
+-fixed default number regex
+-fixed VHDL event recognition
+-added missing KWD keyword style to several colour themes
+-added $STRING_UNEQUAL parameter for language definitions
+-added string CodeGenerator::generateString(const string &)
+-improved Ruby and Octave highlighting
+-added SWIG interface in examples/swig
+-removed examples/python-binding
+-removed themes: neon2 fluke greyish ide-jbuilder4 ide-jcreator2
+ ide-synedit neon2 rand02 ron whitenblue website
+
+---
+02-July-2005
+
+highlight 2.3-6 beta
+
+-fixed crash in language definition loader
+-saved helpmsg/cs.help as iso-8859-2
+-added include-pkg option to define a list of LaTeX packages
+ which should be included
+-fixed output of UTF-8 characters (replaced isspace by iswspace)
+
+---
+26-June-2005
+
+highlight 2.3-5 beta
+
+-fixed LaTeX and TeX output
+-added support for UTF-8 LaTeX output (suggested by Sungmin Cho)
+-dropped automatic conversion of ASCII characters > 127, package
+ latin1 is included instead
+
+---
+17-June-2005
+
+highlight 2.3-4 beta
+
+-added font and fontsize options (submitted by Yves Bailly)
+-added line-number-width (suggested by Yves Bailly)
+-code cleanup
+
+---
+16-May-2005
+
+highlight 2.3-3 beta
+
+-added kwd keyword class to most of the colour themes
+-added regular expressions to some language definitions
+
+---
+04-May-2005
+
+highlight 2.3-2 beta
+
+-improved number regex
+-added --ordered-list option (suggested by Dominic Lchinger)
+-fixed tag parsing (broken in 2.3-1)
+-updated docs
+-added Brazilian help text (thanks to Adao Raul)
+-added Czech help text
+
+---
+23-April-2005
+
+highlight 2.3-1 beta
+
+-added support for regular expressions in language definitions
+
+---
+25-March-2005
+
+highlight 2.2-10
+
+-added support for PowerPC Assembler (thanks to Juergen Frank)
+-added support for AppleScript (thanks to Andreas Amann)
+-added encoding option to set proper output encoding type in XML and
+ HTML output formats (default encoding: ISO-8895-1)
+ Note: encoding name has to match input file encoding
+-style definitions are generated if only --fragment and --style-outpath
+ options are set
+-added simple recognition of scripts without file extension
+ (Bash, Perl, AWK, Python)
+-added config file scriptre.conf to configure script recognition
+-moved langDefs/extensions.conf to package base directory
+-added --force option to generate output if language type is unknown
+-fixed parsing of escape sequences outside of strings in Perl
+ (last six points suggested by Andreas Amann)
+-fixed output of CR line terminators
+-added classes pre.hl and body.hl in CSS definitions
+
+---
+27-February-2005
+
+highlight 2.2-9
+
+-fixed --output option
+-fixed line number indentation in TeX and LaTeX output
+-fixed compilation error for Darwin (OSX) (thanks to Plumber)
+-fixed LaTeX compilation warnings (thanks to Tyranix)
+-fixed xml default file suffix
+-closing style tags are no longer printed in the following output line
+ (suggested by Yves Bailly)
+-fixed rb.lang (Ruby is case sensitive)
+-external style definitions and inclusion of user defined styles were
+ added to LaTeX and TeX output
+-installation directory configuration is improved in the makefiles
+ (all suggested by Thomas Link)
+-new options: style-outfile, style-infile, include-style
+-deprecated options: css-outfile, css-infile, include-css
+
+---
+20-February-2005
+
+highlight 2.2-8
+
+-added XML output (suggested by Matteo Bertini)
+-added support for MS SQL (thanks to Magnus ?erg)
+-added support for Pyrex (thanks to Matteo Bertini)
+-added support for Hecl, Luban and Qu
+
+---
+12-January-2005
+
+highlight 2.2-7
+
+-fixed compilation error on AMD64/gcc4.0 (thanks to Andreas Jochens)
+-fixed tab replacement (thanks to Adrian Bader)
+-fixed parsing of keywords with special characters as prefix ($ALLOWEDCHARS)
+ (thanks to Magnus ?erg)
+-single spaces in (La)TeX are no longer preceeded by backslash
+
+---
+03-December-2004
+
+highlight 2.2-6
+
+-fixed compilation error with getopt and Solaris 5.8
+ (thanks to Philippe Cornu and Jean-Emmanuel Reynaud)
+-enabled css-infile option when include-css is set
+-improved IO and Perl language definitions
+-updated dirstram classes to release 0.4
+-W32 port: fixed installation path determination
+
+---
+31-October-2004
+
+highlight 2.2-5
+
+-fixed some compiler warnings in various Debian builds (thanks to Ayman Negm)
+-fixed indentation error in LaTeX output and output of "--" in bold font
+ (thanks to Michael Suess)
+-added background colour attribute of body element to the CSS output to
+ improve compability with old browsers (NS Communicator 4.8)
+ (thanks to Wojciech Stryjewski)
+-in CSS output, user defined CSS definitions are now included after highlight
+ style definitions to make modifications easier
+-highlight returns EXIT_FAILURE after every IO failure
+-updated Spanish manual and help message (thanks to David Villa)
+
+---
+26-September-2004
+
+highlight 2.2-4
+
+-changed ANSI output colours to vim style (suggested by David Villa)
+-added new acid indentation scheme and acid colour theme
+ (thanks to Alexandre "AciD" Bonneau)
+-highlight returns 1 (EXIT_FAILURE) if file operations failed
+ (suggested by David Villa)
+-fixed bug in LaTeX output: [ and * characters after a linebreak (\\) caused
+ latex compilation to stop (thanks to Christian Schilling)
+-improved error reports
+
+---
+10-September-2004
+
+highlight 2.2-3
+
+-applied patch to suppress compiler warnings on several platforms
+ (thanks to weasel@debian.org)
+-renamed the /utils directory to /examples, which moved to
+ /usr/share/doc/highlight/ (suggested by Ayman Negm)
+-if --output is defined and output format is (X)HTML, the CSS file is stored in
+ the directory given by --output (suggested by Vicky Brown)
+-added spanish translations: README_ES and es.help (thanks to David Villa)
+-added support for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2 files: mib.lang (thanks to Roman Surma)
+-fixed highlighting of escape sequences in Pascal (thanks to Grzegorz Tworek)
+-added Pascal multi line comment delimiters: (*, *)
+-added a third keyword style (kwc) to all themes
+-added a third keyword group: ada.lang, gawk.lang, c.lang, java.lang, pas.lang
+-fixed some language definition with old $keyword entries
+
+---
+20-July-2004
+
+highlight 2.2-2
+
+-removed $STRINGDELIMITERPAIR parameter
+-internal changes
+
+---
+11-July-2004
+
+highlight 2.2-1
+
+-added content-type (iso-8859-1) to HTML output
+-added possibility to define custom keyword groups (suggested by Daniel Bonniot)
+-reformatting and indentation schemes are customizable, config files are located
+ in /indentSchemes (suggested by Petri Heiramo)
+-added new output format: ANSI terminal sequences (--ansi)
+ (suggested by David Villa)
+ assigned -A to --ansi, -g to --fop-compatible
+-added $SL-COMMENT parameter to colour themes (enables seperate highlighting
+ of single and multi line comments)
+-added option to fill linenumbers with zeroes
+-improved quality of colour themes
+-changed names of following command line options:
+ deletetabs -> replace-tabs
+ listthemes -> list-themes
+ listlangs -> list-langs
+ includecss -> include-css
+ printindex -> print-index
+-dropped support for C# member attributes (was a nasty workaround)
+-dropped support for Forth
+-removed unnecessary --batch (-b) option
+-removed utils/cgi/perl/README_CGI
+-fixed raw string highlighting bug: r"""\n""" in Python is parsed correctly
+-fixed some old parameters in language definitions
+-added source directory names to generated index file (-C)
+
+---
+20-June-2004
+
+highlight 2.0-25
+
+-fixed quote replacement in LaTeX (\dq -> \dq{}) (thanks to Adrian Bader)
+-fixed crash if $HOME is not defined (thanks to Kostas Maistelis)
+-added compile flag CONFIG_FILE_PATH to define a custom path to the config file
+-added local copy of getopt, which is compiled if the system does not provide it
+ (removed win32cmdline.*)
+-fixed VHDL event parsing
+-removed some poor quality colour themes and improved some others
+-added ide-eclipse style
+
+---
+10-June-2004
+
+highlight 2.0-24
+
+-improved VHDL support (thanks to Aaron D. Marasco)
+-added Coldfusion MX definition (thanks to Paul Connell)
+-added $REFORMATTING option to language definitions
+-added a Python binding in utils/python-binding
+-some code clean up
+
+---
+16-May-2004
+
+highlight 2.0-23
+
+-fixed ABAP definition (thanks to Kevin Barter)
+-fixed Python definition
+-fixed parsing of methods applied to numerical literals (possible in Ruby)
+-fixed indentation of line numbers in LaTeX (thanks to Michael Berndt)
+-reduced LaTeX output file size
+-improved layout of LaTeX document
+-applied some patches to Artistic Style code (see astyle.sourceforge.net)
+-added updated phpwiki-plugin utils/cgi/php/SyntaxHighlighter.php
+ (thanks to Reini Urban)
+
+---
+19-April-2004
+
+highlight 2.0-22
+
+-improved Fortran 77 parsing (thanks to Geraldo Veiga),
+ moved parsing information to f77.lang and f90.lang
+-added highlighting of float literals like .5
+-added new language definitions: ABAP/4, ARM, Bison, Dylan, FAME,Informix, Lisp,
+ Octave, R, Scal