Highlight is a universal source code converter which transforms code to HTML, XHTML, RTF, LaTeX, TEX, SVG and BBCode files with syntax highlighting. (X)HTML and SVG output is formatted by CSS. It supports customizable color theme and language descriptions with regular expressions. The configuration files are Lua scripts with plug-in support. The tool contains several options to provide a consistent formatting of the output code.
- Fixed TeX output for cweb documents
- Fixed string interpolation in bat.lang
- Added reduce_filesize.lua, outhtml_add_shadow.lua,
- Uthtml_add_background_svg.lua, outhtml_add_background_stripes.lua,
- Uthtml_add_line.lua plug-ins
- Added TCL extension in examples/tcl
- Added kotlin.lang, nginx.lang and julia.lang
- Updated php.lang to include version 7 keywords
- Updated ceylon.lang to include version 1.2 keywords
- Updated scripts in examples directory
- CLI: style-infile option marked as deprecated
- GUI: shortened paths in file input lists
Reviewing 3.17 (Feb 17, 2014)
Reviewing 3.15 (Sep 25, 2013)
Reviewing 3.15 (Aug 24, 2013)
Reviewing 2.6.10 (May 12, 2008)
Not just Freeware but Open Source (and the source is even included in the regular Win32 setup). Supports lots of non-Win platforms including Mac OS X, and plug-ins are available to integrate with Total Commander and Notepad++.
Reviewing 2.6.10 (May 9, 2008)
Very simple, easy to use, and tons of templates.
I tried INI files and had to convert from unicode to ansi to get it to work properly. I shouldn't have to do this manually! ;)
I'll stick with Kudaz which is a bit complicated at first but is far more powerful.
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