Release Notes: New features in this release include much improved support for PHP highlighting: constants, function names and calls, and PHPDoc highlighting have all been either added or improved. There is support in the C language for highlighting correctly even when backslash-newlines occur in the source. There are a couple of minor improvements to other languages.
Release Notes: This release fixes a minor bug in Java highlighting. It also marks the end of the 1.1.1 development effort, which has seen the addition of several major new features, such as theming support, code parsers, and renderers.
Release Notes: This release contains a couple of small bugfixes over the last alpha.
Release Notes: This release adds subthemes, a language file format change to improve loading time and language file simplicity, support for C, and improvements to Java highlighting.
Release Notes: Five new languages were added, bringing the total to 68. A few minor bugs were fixed. The languages added are Tcl, Winbatch, Groovy, Reg (Windows Registry), and a "text" language that allows you to utilise GeSHi's formatting without actually performing a specific language highlight.
Release Notes: Three languages were added: Fortran, SAS, and CFDG. A few minor bugfixes were also made.
Release Notes: This release included improvements to the regular expression/keyword matcher that should allow you to put more "interesting" characters in keywords, including #. A few bugfixes were made to some other languages and diff highlighting was improved.
Release Notes: This version added support for five more languages. A few bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release contains theming support, which means that the highlighting can be customized to use the same color scheme as the one used by your favorite IDE. Improvements were made to Java and Delphi highlighting.
Release Notes: This release has numerous small bugfixes and highlighting improvements for some languages.