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Move SyntaxHighlighter plugin to highlight.js

vargenau 2014-07-04

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-This is a full list of available classes corresponding to languages'
-syntactic structures. The parentheses after language name contain identifiers
-used as class names in `<code>` element.
-
-Python ("python"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  built_in         built-in objects (None, False, True and Ellipsis)
-  number           number
-  string           string (of any type)
-  comment          comment
-  decorator        @-decorator for functions
-  function         function header "def some_name(...):"
-  class            class header "class SomeName(...):"
-  title            name of a function or a class inside a header
-  params           everything inside parentheses in a function's or class' header
-
-Python profiler results ("profile"):
-
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  builtin          builtin function entry
-  filename         filename in an entry
-  summary          profiling summary
-  header           header of table of results
-  keyword          column header
-  function         function name in an entry (including parentheses)
-  title            actual name of a function in an entry (excluding parentheses)
-  prompt           interpreter prompt (>>> or ...)
-
-Ruby ("ruby"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  string           string
-  subst            in-string substitution (#{...})
-  comment          comment
-  yardoctag        YARD tag
-  function         function header "def some_name(...):"
-  class            class header "class SomeName(...):"
-  title            name of a function or a class inside a header
-  parent           name of a parent class
-  symbol           symbol
-
-Perl ("perl"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  comment          comment
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  regexp           regular expression
-  sub              subroutine header (from "sub" till "{")
-  variable         variable starting with "$", "%", "@"
-  operator         operator
-  pod              plain old doc
-
-PHP ("php"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string (of any type)
-  comment          comment
-  phpdoc           phpdoc params in comments
-  variable         variable starting with "$"
-  preprocessor     preprocessor marks: "<?php" and "?>"
-
-Scala ("scala"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          comment
-  annotation       annotation
-  javadoc          javadoc comment
-  javadoctag       @-tag in javadoc
-  class            class header
-  title            class name inside a header
-  params           everything in parentheses inside a class header
-  inheritance      keywords "extends" and "with" inside class header
-
-Go language ("go"):
-  comment          comment
-  string           string constant
-  number           number
-  keyword          language keywords
-  constant         true false nil iota
-  typename         built-in plain types (int, string etc.)
-  built_in         built-in functions
-
-HTML, XML ("xml"):
-
-  tag              any tag from "<" till ">"
-  attribute        tag's attribute with or without value
-  value            attribute's value
-  comment          comment
-  pi               processing instruction (<? ... ?>)
-  doctype          <!DOCTYPE ... > declaration
-  cdata            CDATA section
-
-CSS ("css"):
-
-  tag              tag in selectors
-  id               #some_name in selectors
-  class            .some_name in selectors
-  at_rule          @-rule till first "{" or ";"
-  attr_selector    attribute selector (square brackets in a[href^=http://])
-  pseudo           pseudo classes and elemens (:after, ::after etc.)
-  comment          comment
-  rules            everything from "{" till "}"
-  attribute        property name inside a rule
-  value            property value inside a rule, from ":" till ";" or
-                   till the end of rule block
-  number           number within a value
-  string           string within a value
-  hexcolor         hex color (#FFFFFF) within a value
-  function         CSS function within a value
-  important        "!important" symbol
-
-Markdown ("markdown"):
-
-  header            header
-  bullet            list bullet
-  emphasis          emphasis
-  strong            strong emphasis
-  blockquote        blockquote
-  code              code
-  horizontal_rule   horizontal rule
-  link_label        link label
-  link_url          link url
-
-Django ("django"):
-
-  keyword          HTML tag in HTML, default tags and default filters in templates
-  tag              any tag from "<" till ">"
-  comment          comment
-  doctype          <!DOCTYPE ... > declaration
-  attribute        tag's attribute with or withou value
-  value            attribute's value
-  template_tag     template tag {% .. %}
-  variable         template variable {{ .. }}
-  template_comment template comment, both {# .. #} and {% comment %}
-  filter           filter from "|" till the next filter or the end of tag
-  argument         filter argument
-
-JSON ("json"):
-
-  number           number
-  literal          "true", "false" and "null"
-  string           string value
-  attribute        name of an object property
-  value            value of an object property
-
-JavaScript ("javascript"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  comment          comment
-  number           number
-  literal          special literal: "true", "false" and "null"
-  string           string
-  regexp           regular expression
-  function         header of a function
-  title            name of a function inside a header
-  params           parentheses and everything inside them in a function's header
-
-CoffeeScript ("coffeescript"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  comment          comment
-  number           number
-  literal          special literal: "true", "false" and "null"
-  string           string
-  regexp           regular expression
-  function         header of a function
-  class            header of a class
-  title            name of a function variable inside a header
-  params           parentheses and everything inside them in a function's header
-  property         @-property within class and functions
-
-ActionScript ("actionscript"):
-
-  comment          comment
-  string           string
-  number           number
-  keyword          keywords
-  literal          literal
-  reserved         reserved keyword
-  title            name of declaration (package, class or function)
-  preprocessor     preprocessor directive (import, include)
-  type             type of returned value (for functions)
-  package          package (named or not)
-  class            class/interface
-  function         function
-  param            params of function
-  rest_arg         rest argument of function
-
-VBScript ("vbscript"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          comment
-  built_in         built-in function
-
-HTTP ("http"):
-
-  request          first line of a request
-  status           first line of a response
-  attribute        header name
-  string           header value or query string in a request line
-  number           status code
-
-Lua ("lua"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          comment
-  built_in         built-in operator
-  function         header of a function
-  title            name of a function inside a header
-  params           everything inside parentheses in a function's header
-  long_brackets    multiline string in [=[ .. ]=]
-
-Delphi ("delphi"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  comment          comment (of any type)
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  function         header of a function, procedure, constructor and destructor
-  title            name of a function, procedure, constructor or destructor
-                   inside a header
-  params           everything inside parentheses in a function's header
-  class            class' body from "= class" till "end;"
-
-Java ("java"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          commment
-  annotaion        annotation
-  javadoc          javadoc comment
-  class            class header from "class" till "{"
-  title            class name inside a header
-  params           everything in parentheses inside a class header
-  inheritance      keywords "extends" and "implements" inside class header
-
-C++ ("cpp"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string and character
-  comment          comment
-  preprocessor     preprocessor directive
-  stl_container    instantiation of STL containers ("vector<...>")
-
-Objective C ("objectivec"):
-  keyword          keyword
-  built_in         Cocoa/Cocoa Touch constants and classes
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          comment
-  preprocessor     preprocessor directive
-  class            interface/implementation, protocol and forward class declaration
-  variable         properties and struct accesors
-
-Vala ("vala"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          comment
-  class            class definitions
-  title            in class definition
-  constant         ALL_UPPER_CASE
-
-C# ("cs"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          commment
-  xmlDocTag        xmldoc tag ("///", "<!--", "-->", "<..>")
-
-D language ("d"):
-
-  comment          comment
-  string           string constant
-  number           number
-  keyword          language keywords (including @attributes)
-  constant         true false null
-  built_in         built-in plain types (int, string etc.)
-
-RenderMan RSL ("rsl"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string (including @"..")
-  comment          comment
-  preprocessor     preprocessor directive
-  shader           sahder keywords
-  shading          shading keywords
-  built_in         built-in function
-
-RenderMan RIB ("rib"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          comment
-  commands         command
-
-Maya Embedded Language ("mel"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          comment
-  variable         variable
-
-SQL ("sql"):
-
-  keyword          keyword (mostly SQL'92 and SQL'99)
-  number           number
-  string           string (of any type: "..", '..', `..`)
-  comment          comment
-  aggregate        aggregate function
-
-Smalltalk ("smalltalk"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          commment
-  symbol           symbol
-  array            array
-  class            name of a class
-  char             char
-  localvars        block of local variables
-
-Lisp ("lisp"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          commment
-  variable         variable
-  literal          b, t and nil
-  list             non-quoted list
-  title            first symbol in a non-quoted list
-  body             remainder of the non-quoted list
-  quoted           quoted list, both "(quote .. )" and "'(..)"
-
-Clojure ("clojure"):
-
-  comment          comments and hints
-  string           string
-  number           number
-  collection       collections
-  attribute        :keyword
-  title            function name (built-in or user defined)
-  built_in         built-in function name
-
-Ini ("ini"):
-
-  title            title of a section
-  value            value of a setting of any type
-  string           string
-  number           number
-  keyword          boolean value keyword
-
-Apache ("apache"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  comment          commment
-  literal          On and Off
-  sqbracket        variables in rewrites "%{..}"
-  cbracket         options in rewrites "[..]"
-  tag              begin and end of a configuration section
-
-Nginx ("nginx"):
-
-  title            directive title
-  string           string
-  number           number
-  comment          comment
-  built_in         built-in constant
-  variable         $-variable
-  regexp           regexp
-
-Diff ("diff"):
-
-  header           file header
-  chunk            chunk header within a file
-  addition         added lines
-  deletion         deleted lines
-  change           changed lines
-
-DOS ("dos"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  flow             batch control keyword
-  stream           DOS special files ("con", "prn", ...)
-  winutils         some commands (see dos.js specifically)
-  envvar           environment variables
-
-Bash ("bash"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  string           string
-  number           number
-  comment          comment
-  literal          special literal: "true" �� "false"
-  variable         variable
-  shebang          script interpreter header
-
-CMake ("cmake")
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          commment
-  envvar           $-variable
-
-Axapta ("axapta"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          commment
-  class            class header from "class" till "{"
-  title            class name inside a header
-  params           everything in parentheses inside a class header
-  inheritance      keywords "extends" and "implements" inside class header
-  preprocessor     preprocessor directive
-
-1C ("1c"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  date             date
-  string           string
-  comment          commment
-  function         header of function or procudure
-  title            function name inside a header
-  params           everything in parentheses inside a function header
-  preprocessor     preprocessor directive
-
-AVR assembler ("avrasm"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  built_in         pre-defined register
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          commment
-  label            label
-  preprocessor     preprocessor directive
-  localvars        substitution in .macro
-
-VHDL ("vhdl")
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          commment
-  literal          signal logical value
-  typename         typename
-  attribute        signal attribute
-
-Parser3 ("parser3"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  comment          commment
-  variable         variable starting with "$"
-  preprocessor     preprocessor directive
-  title            user-defined name starting with "@"
-
-TeX ("tex"):
-
-  comment          comment
-  number           number
-  command          command
-  parameter        parameter
-  formula          formula
-  special          special symbol
-
-Haskell ("haskell"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          comment
-  class            type classes and other data types
-  title            function name
-  type             type class name
-  typedef          definition of types (type, newtype, data)
-
-Erlang ("erlang"):
-
-  comment          comment
-  string           string
-  number           number
-  keyword          keyword
-  record_name      record access (#record_name)
-  title            name of declaration function
-  variable         variable (starts with capital letter or with _)
-  pp.keywords      module's attribute (-attribute)
-  function_name    atom or atom:atom in case of function call
-
-Rust ("rust"):
-
-  comment          comment
-  string           string
-  number           number
-  keyword          keyword
-  title            name of declaration
-  preprocessor     preprocessor directive
-
-Matlab ("matlab"):
-
-  comment          comment
-  string           string
-  number           number
-  keyword          keyword
-  title            function name
-  function         function
-  param            params of function
-  matrix           matrix in [ .. ]
-  cell             cell in { .. }
-
-R ("r"):
-
-  comment          comment
-  string           string constant
-  number           number
-  keyword          language keywords (function, if) plus "structural"
-                   functions (attach, require, setClass)
-  literal          special literal: TRUE, FALSE, NULL, NA, etc.
-
-OpenGL Shading Language ("glsl"):
-
-  comment          comment
-  number           number
-  preprocessor     preprocessor directive
-  keyword          keyword
-  built_in         GLSL built-in functions and variables
-  literal          true false
-
-AppleScript ("applescript"):
-
-  keyword          keyword
-  command          core AppleScript command
-  constant         AppleScript built in constant
-  type             AppleScript variable type (integer, etc.)
-  property         Applescript built in property (length, etc.)
-  number           number
-  string           string
-  comment          comment
-  title            name of a handler
-
-Brainfuck ("brainfuck"):
-
-  title            Brainfuck while loop command
-  literal          Brainfuck inc and dec commands
-  comment          comment
-  string           Brainfuck input and output commands
+## Version 8.0 beta
+
+This new major release is quite a big overhaul bringing both new features and
+some backwards incompatible changes. However, chances are that the majority of
+users won't be affected by the latter: the basic scenario described in the
+README is left intact.
+
+Here's what did change in an incompatible way:
+
+- We're now prefixing all classes located in [CSS classes reference][cr] with
+  `hljs-`, by default, because some class names would collide with other
+  people's stylesheets. If you were using an older version, you might still want
+  the previous behavior, but still want to upgrade. To suppress this new
+  behavior, you would initialize like so:
+
+  ```html
+  <script type="text/javascript">
+    hljs.configure({classPrefix: ''});
+    hljs.initHighlightingOnLoad();
+  </script>
+  ```
+
+- `tabReplace` and `useBR` that were used in different places are also unified
+  into the global options object and are to be set using `configure(options)`.
+  This function is documented in our [API docs][]. Also note that these
+  parameters are gone from `highlightBlock` and `fixMarkup` which are now also
+  rely on `configure`.
+
+- We removed public-facing (though undocumented) object `hljs.LANGUAGES` which
+  was used to register languages with the library in favor of two new methods:
+  `registerLanguage` and `getLanguage`. Both are documented in our [API docs][].
+
+- Result returned from `highlight` and `highlightAuto` no longer contains two
+  separate attributes contributing to relevance score, `relevance` and
+  `keyword_count`. They are now unified in `relevance`.
+
+Another technically compatible change that nonetheless might need attention:
+
+- The structure of the NPM package was refactored, so if you had installed it
+  locally, you'll have to update your paths. The usual `require('highlight.js')`
+  works as before. This is contributed by [Dmitry Smolin][].
+
+New features:
+
+- Languages now can be recognized by multiple names like "js" for JavaScript or
+  "html" for, well, HTML (which earlier insisted on calling it "xml"). These
+  aliases can be specified in the class attribute of the code container in your
+  HTML as well as in various API calls. For now there are only a few very common
+  aliases but we'll expand it in the future. All of them are listed in the
+  [class reference][].
+
+- Language detection can now be restricted to a subset of languages relevant in
+  a given context ��� a web page or even a single highlighting call. This is
+  especially useful for node.js build that includes all the known languages.
+  Another example is a StackOverflow-style site where users specify languages
+  as tags rather than in the markdown-formatted code snippets. This is
+  documented in the [API reference][] (see methods `highlightAuto` and
+  `configure`).
+
+- Language definition syntax streamlined with [variants][] and
+  [beginKeywords][].
+
+New languages and styles:
+
+- *Oxygene* by [Carlo Kok][]
+- *Mathematica* by [Daniel Kvasni��ka][]
+- *Autohotkey* by [Seongwon Lee][]
+- *Atelier* family of styles in 10 variants by [Bram de Haan][]
+- *Para��so* styles by [Jan T. Sott][]
+
+Miscelleanous improvements:
+
+- Highlighting `=>` prompts in Clojure.
+- [Jeremy Hull][] fixed a lot of styles for consistency.
+- Finally, highlighting PHP and HTML [mixed in peculiar ways][php-html].
+- Objective C and C# now properly highlight titles in method definition.
+- Big overhaul of relevance counting for a number of languages. Please do report
+  bugs about mis-detection of non-trivial code snippets!
+
+[cr]: http://highlightjs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/css-classes-reference.html
+[api docs]: http://highlightjs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/api.html
+[variants]: https://groups.google.com/d/topic/highlightjs/VoGC9-1p5vk/discussion
+[beginKeywords]: https://github.com/isagalaev/highlight.js/commit/6c7fdea002eb3949577a85b3f7930137c7c3038d
+[php-html]: https://twitter.com/highlightjs/status/408890903017689088
+
+[Carlo Kok]: https://github.com/carlokok
+[Bram de Haan]: https://github.com/atelierbram
+[Daniel Kvasni��ka]: https://github.com/dkvasnicka
+[Dmitry Smolin]: https://github.com/dimsmol
+[Jeremy Hull]: https://github.com/sourrust
+[Seongwon Lee]: https://github.com/dlimpid
+[Jan T. Sott]: https://github.com/idleberg
+
+
+## Version 7.5
+
+A catch-up release dealing with some of the accumulated contributions. This one
+is probably will be the last before the 8.0 which will be slightly backwards
+incompatible regarding some advanced use-cases.
+
+One outstanding change in this version is the addition of 6 languages to the
+[hosted script][d]: Markdown, ObjectiveC, CoffeeScript, Apache, Nginx and
+Makefile. It now weighs about 6K more but we're going to keep it under 30K.
+
+New languages:
+
+- OCaml by [Mehdi Dogguy][mehdid] and [Nicolas Braud-Santoni][nbraud]
+- [LiveCode Server][lcs] by [Ralf Bitter][revig]
+- Scilab by [Sylvestre Ledru][sylvestre]
+- basic support for Makefile by [Ivan Sagalaev][isagalaev]
+
+Improvements:
+
+- Ruby's got support for characters like `?A`, `?1`, `?\012` etc. and `%r{..}`
+  regexps.
+- Clojure now allows a function call in the beginning of s-expressions
+  `(($filter "myCount") (arr 1 2 3 4 5))`.
+- Haskell's got new keywords and now recognizes more things like pragmas,
+  preprocessors, modules, containers, FFIs etc. Thanks to [Zena Treep][treep]
+  for the implementation and to [Jeremy Hull][sourrust] for guiding it.
+- Miscelleanous fixes in PHP, Brainfuck, SCSS, Asciidoc, CMake, Python and F#.
+
+[mehdid]: https://github.com/mehdid
+[nbraud]: https://github.com/nbraud
+[revig]: https://github.com/revig
+[lcs]: http://livecode.com/developers/guides/server/
+[sylvestre]: https://github.com/sylvestre
+[isagalaev]: https://github.com/isagalaev
+[treep]: https://github.com/treep
+[sourrust]: https://github.com/sourrust
+[d]: http://highlightjs.org/download/
+
+
+## New core developers
+
+The latest long period of almost complete inactivity in the project coincided
+with growing interest to it led to a decision that now seems completely obvious:
+we need more core developers.
+
+So without further ado let me welcome to the core team two long-time
+contributors: [Jeremy Hull][] and [Oleg
+Efimov][].
+
+Hope now we'll be able to work through stuff faster!
+
+P.S. The historical commit is [here][1] for the record.
+
+[Jeremy Hull]: https://github.com/sourrust
+[Oleg Efimov]: https://github.com/sannis
+[1]: https://github.com/isagalaev/highlight.js/commit/f3056941bda56d2b72276b97bc0dd5f230f2473f
+
+
+## Version 7.4
+
+This long overdue version is a snapshot of the current source tree with all the
+changes that happened during the past year. Sorry for taking so long!
+
+Along with the changes in code highlight.js has finally got its new home at
+<http://highlightjs.org/>, moving from its craddle on Software Maniacs which it
+outgrew a long time ago. Be sure to report any bugs about the site to
+<mailto:info@highlightjs.org>.
+
+On to what's new���
+
+New languages:
+
+- Handlebars templates by [Robin Ward][]
+- Oracle Rules Language by [Jason Jacobson][]
+- F# by [Joans Folles��][]
+- AsciiDoc and Haml by [Dan Allen][]
+- Lasso by [Eric Knibbe][]
+- SCSS by [Kurt Emch][]
+- VB.NET by [Poren Chiang][]
+- Mizar by [Kelley van Evert][]
+
+[Robin Ward]: https://github.com/eviltrout
+[Jason Jacobson]: https://github.com/jayce7
+[Joans Folles��]: https://github.com/follesoe
+[Dan Allen]: https://github.com/mojavelinux
+[Eric Knibbe]: https://github.com/EricFromCanada
+[Kurt Emch]: https://github.com/kemch
+[Poren Chiang]: https://github.com/rschiang
+[Kelley van Evert]: https://github.com/kelleyvanevert
+
+New style themes:
+
+- Monokai Sublime by [noformnocontent][]
+- Railscasts by [Damien White][]
+- Obsidian by [Alexander Marenin][]
+- Docco by [Simon Madine][]
+- Mono Blue by [Ivan Sagalaev][] (uses a single color hue for everything)
+- Foundation by [Dan Allen][]
+
+[noformnocontent]: http://nn.mit-license.org/
+[Damien White]: https://github.com/visoft
+[Alexander Marenin]: https://github.com/ioncreature
+[Simon Madine]: https://github.com/thingsinjars
+[Ivan Sagalaev]: https://github.com/isagalaev
+
+Other notable changes:
+
+- Corrected many corner cases in CSS.
+- Dropped Python 2 version of the build tool.
+- Implemented building for the AMD format.
+- Updated Rust keywords (thanks to [Dmitry Medvinsky][]).
+- Literal regexes can now be used in language definitions.
+- CoffeeScript highlighting is now significantly more robust and rich due to
+  input from [C��dric N��h��mie][].
+
+[Dmitry Medvinsky]: https://github.com/dmedvinsky
+[C��dric N��h��mie]: https://github.com/abe33
+
+
+## Version 7.3
+
+- Since this version highlight.js no longer works in IE version 8 and older.
+  It's made it possible to reduce the library size and dramatically improve code
+  readability and made it easier to maintain. Time to go forward!
+
+- New languages: AppleScript (by [Nathan Grigg][ng] and [Dr. Drang][dd]) and
+  Brainfuck (by [Evgeny Stepanischev][bolk]).
+
+- Improvements to existing languages:
+
+    - interpreter prompt in Python (`>>>` and `...`)
+    - @-properties and classes in CoffeeScript
+    - E4X in JavaScript (by [Oleg Efimov][oe])
+    - new keywords in Perl (by [Kirk Kimmel][kk])
+    - big Ruby syntax update (by [Vasily Polovnyov][vast])
+    - small fixes in Bash
+
+- Also Oleg Efimov did a great job of moving all the docs for language and style
+  developers and contributors from the old wiki under the source code in the
+  "docs" directory. Now these docs are nicely presented at
+  <http://highlightjs.readthedocs.org/>.
+
+[ng]: https://github.com/nathan11g
+[dd]: https://github.com/drdrang
+[bolk]: https://github.com/bolknote
+[oe]: https://github.com/Sannis
+[kk]: https://github.com/kimmel
+[vast]: https://github.com/vast
+
+
+## Version 7.2
+
+A regular bug-fix release without any significant new features. Enjoy!
+
+
+## Version 7.1
+
+A Summer crop:
+
+- [Marc Fornos][mf] made the definition for Clojure along with the matching
+  style Rainbow (which, of course, works for other languages too).
+- CoffeeScript support continues to improve getting support for regular
+  expressions.
+- Yoshihide Jimbo ported to highlight.js [five Tomorrow styles][tm] from the
+  [project by Chris Kempson][tm0].
+- Thanks to [Casey Duncun][cd] the library can now be built in the popular
+  [AMD format][amd].
+- And last but not least, we've got a fair number of correctness and consistency
+  fixes, including a pretty significant refactoring of Ruby.
+
+[mf]: https://github.com/mfornos
+[tm]: http://jmblog.github.com/color-themes-for-highlightjs/
+[tm0]: https://github.com/ChrisKempson/Tomorrow-Theme
+[cd]: https://github.com/caseman
+[amd]: http://requirejs.org/docs/whyamd.html
+
+
+## Version 7.0
+
+The reason for the new major version update is a global change of keyword syntax
+which resulted in the library getting smaller once again. For example, the
+hosted build is 2K less than at the previous version while supporting two new
+languages.
+
+Notable changes:
+
+- The library now works not only in a browser but also with [node.js][]. It is
+  installable with `npm install highlight.js`. [API][] docs are available on our
+  wiki.
+
+- The new unique feature (apparently) among syntax highlighters is highlighting
+  *HTTP* headers and an arbitrary language in the request body. The most useful
+  languages here are *XML* and *JSON* both of which highlight.js does support.
+  Here's [the detailed post][p] about the feature.
+
+- Two new style themes: a dark "south" *[Pojoaque][]* by Jason Tate and an
+  emulation of*XCode* IDE by [Angel Olloqui][ao].
+
+- Three new languages: *D* by [Aleksandar Ru��i��i��][ar], *R* by [Joe Cheng][jc]
+  and *GLSL* by [Sergey Tikhomirov][st].
+
+- *Nginx* syntax has become a million times smaller and more universal thanks to
+  remaking it in a more generic manner that doesn't require listing all the
+  directives in the known universe.
+
+- Function titles are now highlighted in *PHP*.
+
+- *Haskell* and *VHDL* were significantly reworked to be more rich and correct
+  by their respective maintainers [Jeremy Hull][sr] and [Igor Kalnitsky][ik].
+
+And last but not least, many bugs have been fixed around correctness and
+language detection.
+
+Overall highlight.js currently supports 51 languages and 20 style themes.
+
+[node.js]: http://nodejs.org/
+[api]: http://softwaremaniacs.org/wiki/doku.php/highlight.js:api
+[p]: http://softwaremaniacs.org/blog/2012/05/10/http-and-json-in-highlight-js/en/
+[pojoaque]: http://web-cms-designs.com/ftopict-10-pojoaque-style-for-highlight-js-code-highlighter.html
+[ao]: https://github.com/angelolloqui
+[ar]: https://github.com/raleksandar
+[jc]: https://github.com/jcheng5
+[st]: https://github.com/tikhomirov
+[sr]: https://github.com/sourrust
+[ik]: https://github.com/ikalnitsky
+
+
+## Version 6.2
+
+A lot of things happened in highlight.js since the last version! We've got nine
+new contributors, the discussion group came alive, and the main branch on GitHub
+now counts more than 350 followers. Here are most significant results coming
+from all this activity:
+
+- 5 (five!) new languages: Rust, ActionScript, CoffeeScript, MatLab and
+  experimental support for markdown. Thanks go to [Andrey Vlasovskikh][av],
+  [Alexander Myadzel][am], [Dmytrii Nagirniak][dn], [Oleg Efimov][oe], [Denis
+  Bardadym][db] and [John Crepezzi][jc].
+
+- 2 new style themes: Monokai by [Luigi Maselli][lm] and stylistic imitation of
+  another well-known highlighter Google Code Prettify by [Aahan Krish][ak].
+
+- A vast number of [correctness fixes and code refactorings][log], mostly made
+  by [Oleg Efimov][oe] and [Evgeny Stepanischev][es].
+
+[av]: https://github.com/vlasovskikh
+[am]: https://github.com/myadzel
+[dn]: https://github.com/dnagir
+[oe]: https://github.com/Sannis
+[db]: https://github.com/btd
+[jc]: https://github.com/seejohnrun
+[lm]: http://grigio.org/
+[ak]: https://github.com/geekpanth3r
+[es]: https://github.com/bolknote
+[log]: https://github.com/isagalaev/highlight.js/commits/
+
+
+## Version 6.1 ��� Solarized
+
+[Jeremy Hull][jh] has implemented my dream feature ��� a port of [Solarized][]
+style theme famous for being based on the intricate color theory to achieve
+correct contrast and color perception. It is now available for highlight.js in
+both variants ��� light and dark.
+
+This version also adds a new original style Arta. Its author pumbur maintains a
+[heavily modified fork of highlight.js][pb] on GitHub.
+
+[jh]: https://github.com/sourrust
+[solarized]: http://ethanschoonover.com/solarized
+[pb]: https://github.com/pumbur/highlight.js
+
+
+## Version 6.0
+
+New major version of the highlighter has been built on a significantly
+refactored syntax. Due to this it's even smaller than the previous one while
+supporting more languages!
+
+New languages are:
+
+- Haskell by [Jeremy Hull][sourrust]
+- Erlang in two varieties ��� module and REPL ��� made collectively by [Nikolay
+  Zakharov][desh], [Dmitry Kovega][arhibot] and [Sergey Ignatov][ignatov]
+- Objective C by [Valerii Hiora][vhbit]
+- Vala by [Antono Vasiljev][antono]
+- Go by [Stephan Kountso][steplg]
+
+[sourrust]: https://github.com/sourrust
+[desh]: http://desh.su/
+[arhibot]: https://github.com/arhibot
+[ignatov]: https://github.com/ignatov
+[vhbit]: https://github.com/vhbit
+[antono]: https://github.com/antono
+[steplg]: https://github.com/steplg
+
+Also this version is marginally faster and fixes a number of small long-standing
+bugs.
+
+Developer overview of the new language syntax is available in a [blog post about
+recent beta release][beta].
+
+[beta]: http://softwaremaniacs.org/blog/2011/04/25/highlight-js-60-beta/en/
+
+P.S. New version is not yet available on a Yandex' CDN, so for now you have to
+download [your own copy][d].
+
+[d]: /soft/highlight/en/download/
+
+
+## Version 5.14
+
+Fixed bugs in HTML/XML detection and relevance introduced in previous
+refactoring.
+
+Also test.html now shows the second best result of language detection by
+relevance.
+
+
+## Version 5.13
+
+Past weekend began with a couple of simple additions for existing languages but
+ended up in a big code refactoring bringing along nice improvements for language
+developers.
+
+### For users
+
+- Description of C++ has got new keywords from the upcoming [C++ 0x][] standard.
+- Description of HTML has got new tags from [HTML 5][].
+- CSS-styles have been unified to use consistent padding and also have lost
+  pop-outs with names of detected languages.
+- [Igor Kalnitsky][ik] has sent two new language descriptions: CMake �� VHDL.
+
+This makes total number of languages supported by highlight.js to reach 35.
+
+Bug fixes:
+
+- Custom classes on `<pre>` tags are not being overridden anymore
+- More correct highlighting of code blocks inside non-`<pre>` containers:
+  highlighter now doesn't insist on replacing them with its own container and
+  just replaces the contents.
+- Small fixes in browser compatibility and heuristics.
+
+[c++ 0x]: http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%2B%2B0x
+[html 5]: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTML5
+[ik]: http://kalnitsky.org.ua/
+
+### For developers
+
+The most significant change is the ability to include language submodes right
+under `contains` instead of defining explicit named submodes in the main array:
+
+    contains: [
+      'string',
+      'number',
+      {begin: '\\n', end: hljs.IMMEDIATE_RE}
+    ]
+
+This is useful for auxiliary modes needed only in one place to define parsing.
+Note that such modes often don't have `className` and hence won't generate a
+separate `<span>` in the resulting markup. This is similar in effect to
+`noMarkup: true`. All existing languages have been refactored accordingly.
+
+Test file test.html has at last become a real test. Now it not only puts the
+detected language name under the code snippet but also tests if it matches the
+expected one. Test summary is displayed right above all language snippets.
+
+
+## CDN
+
+Fine people at [Yandex][] agreed to host highlight.js on their big fast servers.
+[Link up][l]!
+
+[yandex]: http://yandex.com/
+[l]: http://softwaremaniacs.org/soft/highlight/en/download/
+
+
+## Version 5.10 ��� "Paris".
+
+Though I'm on a vacation in Paris, I decided to release a new version with a
+couple of small fixes:
+
+- Tomas Vitvar discovered that TAB replacement doesn't always work when used
+  with custom markup in code
+- SQL parsing is even more rigid now and doesn't step over SmallTalk in tests
+
+
+## Version 5.9
+
+A long-awaited version is finally released.
+
+New languages:
+
+- Andrew Fedorov made a definition for Lua
+- a long-time highlight.js contributor [Peter Leonov][pl] made a definition for
+  Nginx config
+- [Vladimir Moskva][vm] made a definition for TeX
+
+[pl]: http://kung-fu-tzu.ru/
+[vm]: http://fulc.ru/
+
+Fixes for existing languages:
+
+- [Loren Segal][ls] reworked the Ruby definition and added highlighting for
+  [YARD][] inline documentation
+- the definition of SQL has become more solid and now it shouldn't be overly
+  greedy when it comes to language detection
+
+[ls]: http://gnuu.org/
+[yard]: http://yardoc.org/
+
+The highlighter has become more usable as a library allowing to do highlighting
+from initialization code of JS frameworks and in ajax methods (see.
+readme.eng.txt).
+
+Also this version drops support for the [WordPress][wp] plugin. Everyone is
+welcome to [pick up its maintenance][p] if needed.
+
+[wp]: http://wordpress.org/
+[p]: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~isagalaev/+junk/highlight/annotate/342/src/wp_highlight.js.php
+
+
+## Version 5.8
+
+- Jan Berkel has contributed a definition for Scala. +1 to hotness!
+- All CSS-styles are rewritten to work only inside `<pre>` tags to avoid
+  conflicts with host site styles.
+
+
+## Version 5.7.
+
+Fixed escaping of quotes in VBScript strings.
+
+
+## Version 5.5
+
+This version brings a small change: now .ini-files allow digits, underscores and
+square brackets in key names.
+
+
+## Version 5.4
+
+Fixed small but upsetting bug in the packer which caused incorrect highlighting
+of explicitly specified languages. Thanks to Andrew Fedorov for precise
+diagnostics!
+
+
+## Version 5.3
+
+The version to fulfil old promises.
+
+The most significant change is that highlight.js now preserves custom user
+markup in code along with its own highlighting markup. This means that now it's
+possible to use, say, links in code. Thanks to [Vladimir Dolzhenko][vd] for the
+[initial proposal][1] and for making a proof-of-concept patch.
+
+Also in this version:
+
+- [Vasily Polovnyov][vp] has sent a GitHub-like style and has implemented
+  support for CSS @-rules and Ruby symbols.
+- Yura Zaripov has sent two styles: Brown Paper and School Book.
+- Oleg Volchkov has sent a definition for [Parser 3][p3].
+
+[1]: http://softwaremaniacs.org/forum/highlightjs/6612/
+[p3]: http://www.parser.ru/
+[vp]: http://vasily.polovnyov.ru/
+[vd]: http://dolzhenko.blogspot.com/
+
+
+## Version 5.2
+
+- at last it's possible to replace indentation TABs with something sensible (e.g. 2 or 4 spaces)
+- new keywords and built-ins for 1C by Sergey Baranov
+- a couple of small fixes to Apache highlighting
+
+
+## Version 5.1
+
+This is one of those nice version consisting entirely of new and shiny
+contributions!
+
+- [Vladimir Ermakov][vooon] created highlighting for AVR Assembler
+- [Ruslan Keba][rukeba] created highlighting for Apache config file. Also his
+  original visual style for it is now available for all highlight.js languages
+  under the name "Magula".
+- [Shuen-Huei Guan][drake] (aka Drake) sent new keywords for RenderMan
+  languages. Also thanks go to [Konstantin Evdokimenko][ke] for his advice on
+  the matter.
+
+[vooon]: http://vehq.ru/about/
+[rukeba]: http://rukeba.com/
+[drake]: http://drakeguan.org/
+[ke]: http://k-evdokimenko.moikrug.ru/
+
+
+## Version 5.0
+
+The main change in the new major version of highlight.js is a mechanism for
+packing several languages along with the library itself into a single compressed
+file. Now sites using several languages will load considerably faster because
+the library won't dynamically include additional files while loading.
+
+Also this version fixes a long-standing bug with Javascript highlighting that
+couldn't distinguish between regular expressions and division operations.
+
+And as usually there were a couple of minor correctness fixes.
+
+Great thanks to all contributors! Keep using highlight.js.
+
+
+## Version 4.3
+
+This version comes with two contributions from [Jason Diamond][jd]:
+
+- language definition for C# (yes! it was a long-missed thing!)
+- Visual Studio-like highlighting style
+
+Plus there are a couple of minor bug fixes for parsing HTML and XML attributes.
+
+[jd]: http://jason.diamond.name/weblog/
+
+
+## Version 4.2
+
+The biggest news is highlighting for Lisp, courtesy of Vasily Polovnyov. It's
+somewhat experimental meaning that for highlighting "keywords" it doesn't use
+any pre-defined set of a Lisp dialect. Instead it tries to highlight first word
+in parentheses wherever it makes sense. I'd like to ask people programming in
+Lisp to confirm if it's a good idea and send feedback to [the forum][f].
+
+Other changes:
+
+- Smalltalk was excluded from DEFAULT_LANGUAGES to save traffic
+- [Vladimir Epifanov][voldmar] has implemented javascript style switcher for
+  test.html
+- comments now allowed inside Ruby function definition
+- [MEL][] language from [Shuen-Huei Guan][drake]
+- whitespace now allowed between `<pre>` and `<code>`
+- better auto-detection of C++ and PHP
+- HTML allows embedded VBScript (`<% .. %>`)
+
+[f]: http://softwaremaniacs.org/forum/highlightjs/
+[voldmar]: http://voldmar.ya.ru/
+[mel]: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maya_Embedded_Language
+[drake]: http://drakeguan.org/
+
+
+## Version 4.1
+
+Languages:
+
+- Bash from Vah
+- DOS bat-files from Alexander Makarov (Sam)
+- Diff files from Vasily Polovnyov
+- Ini files from myself though initial idea was from Sam
+
+Styles:
+
+- Zenburn from Vladimir Epifanov, this is an imitation of a
+  [well-known theme for Vim][zenburn].
+- Ascetic from myself, as a realization of ideals of non-flashy highlighting:
+  just one color in only three gradations :-)
+
+In other news. [One small bug][bug] was fixed, built-in keywords were added for
+Python and C++ which improved auto-detection for the latter (it was shame that
+[my wife's blog][alenacpp] had issues with it from time to time). And lastly
+thanks go to Sam for getting rid of my stylistic comments in code that were
+getting in the way of [JSMin][].
+
+[zenburn]: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zenburn
+[alenacpp]: http://alenacpp.blogspot.com/
+[bug]: http://softwaremaniacs.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=1823
+[jsmin]: http://code.google.com/p/jsmin-php/
+
+
+## Version 4.0
+
+New major version is a result of vast refactoring and of many contributions.
+
+Visible new features:
+
+- Highlighting of embedded languages. Currently is implemented highlighting of
+  Javascript and CSS inside HTML.
+- Bundled 5 ready-made style themes!
+
+Invisible new features:
+
+- Highlight.js no longer pollutes global namespace. Only one object and one
+  function for backward compatibility.
+- Performance is further increased by about 15%.
+
+Changing of a major version number caused by a new format of language definition
+files. If you use some third-party language files they should be updated.
+
+
+## Version 3.5
+
+A very nice version in my opinion fixing a number of small bugs and slightly
+increased speed in a couple of corner cases. Thanks to everybody who reports
+bugs in he [forum][f] and by email!
+
+There is also a new language ��� XML. A custom XML formerly was detected as HTML
+and didn't highlight custom tags. In this version I tried to make custom XML to
+be detected and highlighted by its own rules. Which by the way include such
+things as CDATA sections and processing instructions (`<? ... ?>`).
+
+[f]: http://softwaremaniacs.org/forum/viewforum.php?id=6
+
+
+## Version 3.3
+
+[Vladimir Gubarkov][xonix] has provided an interesting and useful addition.
+File export.html contains a little program that shows and allows to copy and
+paste an HTML code generated by the highlighter for any code snippet. This can
+be useful in situations when one can't use the script itself on a site.
+
+
+[xonix]: http://xonixx.blogspot.com/
+
+
+## Version 3.2 consists completely of contributions:
+
+- Vladimir Gubarkov has described SmallTalk
+- Yuri Ivanov has described 1C
+- Peter Leonov has packaged the highlighter as a Firefox extension
+- Vladimir Ermakov has compiled a mod for phpBB
+
+Many thanks to you all!
+
+
+## Version 3.1
+
+Three new languages are available: Django templates, SQL and Axapta. The latter
+two are sent by [Dmitri Roudakov][1]. However I've almost entirely rewrote an
+SQL definition but I'd never started it be it from the ground up :-)
+
+The engine itself has got a long awaited feature of grouping keywords
+("keyword", "built-in function", "literal"). No more hacks!
+
+[1]: http://roudakov.ru/
+
+
+## Version 3.0
+
+It is major mainly because now highlight.js has grown large and has become
+modular. Now when you pass it a list of languages to highlight it will
+dynamically load into a browser only those languages.
+
+Also:
+
+- Konstantin Evdokimenko of [RibKit][] project has created a highlighting for
+  RenderMan Shading Language and RenderMan Interface Bytestream. Yay for more
+  languages!
+- Heuristics for C++ and HTML got better.
+- I've implemented (at last) a correct handling of backslash escapes in C-like
+  languages.
+
+There is also a small backwards incompatible change in the new version. The
+function initHighlighting that was used to initialize highlighting instead of
+initHighlightingOnLoad a long time ago no longer works. If you by chance still
+use it ��� replace it with the new one.
+
+[RibKit]: http://ribkit.sourceforge.net/
+
+
+## Version 2.9
+
+Highlight.js is a parser, not just a couple of regular expressions. That said
+I'm glad to announce that in the new version 2.9 has support for:
+
+- in-string substitutions for Ruby -- `#{...}`
+- strings from from numeric symbol codes (like #XX) for Delphi
+
+
+## Version 2.8
+
+A maintenance release with more tuned heuristics. Fully backwards compatible.
+
+
+## Version 2.7
+
+- Nikita Ledyaev presents highlighting for VBScript, yay!
+- A couple of bugs with escaping in strings were fixed thanks to Mickle
+- Ongoing tuning of heuristics
+
+Fixed bugs were rather unpleasant so I encourage everyone to upgrade!
+
+
+## Version 2.4
+
+- Peter Leonov provides another improved highlighting for Perl
+- Javascript gets a new kind of keywords ��� "literals". These are the words
+  "true", "false" and "null"
+
+Also highlight.js homepage now lists sites that use the library. Feel free to
+add your site by [dropping me a message][mail] until I find the time to build a
+submit form.
+
+[mail]: mailto:Maniac@SoftwareManiacs.Org
+
+
+## Version 2.3
+
+This version fixes IE breakage in previous version. My apologies to all who have
+already downloaded that one!
+
+
+## Version 2.2
+
+- added highlighting for Javascript
+- at last fixed parsing of Delphi's escaped apostrophes in strings
+- in Ruby fixed highlighting of keywords 'def' and 'class', same for 'sub' in
+  Perl
+
+
+## Version 2.0
+
+- Ruby support by [Anton Kovalyov][ak]
+- speed increased by orders of magnitude due to new way of parsing
+- this same way allows now correct highlighting of keywords in some tricky
+  places (like keyword "End" at the end of Delphi classes)
+
+[ak]: http://anton.kovalyov.net/
+
+
+## Version 1.0
+
+Version 1.0 of javascript syntax highlighter is released!
+
+It's the first version available with English description. Feel free to post
+your comments and question to [highlight.js forum][forum]. And don't be afraid
+if you find there some fancy Cyrillic letters -- it's for Russian users too :-)
+
+[forum]: http://softwaremaniacs.org/forum/viewforum.php?id=6
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