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GNU Source-highlight 1.9
GNU Source-highlight 1.9 has been released. It is available from
and mirrors of that site (see list of mirror sites at http://www.gnu.org/order/ftp.html).
GNU Source-highlight, given a source file, produces a document
with syntax highlighting.
At the moment this package can handle
- Lua new
- Caml new
- Sml new
as source languages, and
ANSI color escape sequences (new)
as output format.
- --no-doc option added to cancel the --doc option even if it is
implied (e.g., when css is given) (as suggested by Keith Lea and
- deal with r correctly (reported by email@example.com)
- added scanner for language LUA (thanks to Marc
- added scanner for CAML and SML (with the help of Jean-Baptiste
and James Riely)
- fixed a bug in C++ scanner concerning tabs after # (reported by
- If not specified, the source language will be guessed from the
input file extension.
- Added src-hilite-lesspipe.sh a script that can be used with
less in order to higlight the files processed with less (suggested
by Konstantine Serebriany)
- fixed a bug in perl scanning when " is used in regular
expressions (reported by Geir Nilsen)
- html attribute values are generated in quotes (bug fixed by
- can generate anchors for line numbers (thanks to Oliver
Visit the Source-highlight home page at http://www.gnu.org/software/src-highlite
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where you can find detailed descriptions of how to access the CVS
(read-only). Release-candidate versions are available through
Bug reports should go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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