Release Notes: Language definitions for Scala and Xorg configuration files were added. The procedure for regular expression matching was improved. Boost regex library discovery in the configure script was improved. The configuration file for bash_completion was added. It is now possible to highlight only specific ranges of lines.
Release Notes: New language definitions were added for autoconf, LDAP, and glsl files. Anchors and references are correctly formatted. Several language definitions were improved.
Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed in language definition file opening. References in XHTML output are now generated. Some language definitions were added: C (not C++) files, properties files, KDE desktop and ini files, lsm (Linux Software Map) files, RPM spec files, and Haxe files. The file style.defaults is now used for associating a style for an element (whose style is not specified) to the style of another element.
Release Notes: Some language definitions were fixed and use of sed and ctags in makefiles has been corrected. Some memory leaks were removed. Script languages are also inferred by checking for the env specification. Error reporting for lang definition files was improved. A syntax for regular expressions that permits backreferences and conditionals is now available in language definition files. The check-regexp program was added for checking regular expressions on the command line. The --doc option and references for docbook output are now available. XHTML output with a non-fixed font is now available.
Release Notes: Language definitions for makefiles, CSS files, and m4 files were added. The --quiet option was added to show no progress information. Direct color specifications in double quotes in style files are allowed. In style files, one can specify formatting options for more than one element on the same line. CSS files can be specified as style files (with limited support). Background colors for single elements and the entire document are now handled.
Release Notes: Some fixes in configuration files. Debugging of language definitions can be interactive. It can format input files with no highlighting (so that it can be used as a simple output generator, dealing with output format special characters). It can infer script languages. --header and --footer options do not require the --doc option. --statistics prints elapsed time. This release highlights cls, dtx, and sty LaTeX files. There are language definitions for Tcl, SQL, and BibTeX.
Release Notes: Language definition for C#, XML, and shell scripts. An option to produce the list of elements of a language definition file (--show-lang-elements). Output format definition for HTML where fonts by default are not fixed width. A bug in URL regular expressions and a bug with nonsensitive keywords have been fixed. Improved documentation concerning installation of the Boost regex library.
Release Notes: Language definitions for PostScript and DocBook output formats were added. A bug in .map files with \r characters was fixed. The regular expression for email was improved.
Release Notes: References are generated using ctags. A sigsegv and compilation bugs were fixed. Bugs in LaTeX output were fixed. Direct color specifications are handled independently from HTML. Conversion of hexadecimal characters in output language definitions was fixed. A language definition for diff output was added. The documentation was extended with some tutorials on input language definitions. More compact output is generated.