FAQ
I'm very pleased to announce the third public release of Pygments,
the generic Python syntax highlighter.

Download it from <http://cheeseshop.python.org/pypi/Pygments>, or
look at the demonstration at <http://pygments.org/demo>.

News
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The new features since 0.6 include:

* New lexers for
* OCaml
* Dylan
* Java Server Pages
* Windows batch files
* Trac Wiki markup
* Python tracebacks
* ReStructuredText
* sources.list
* Mako templates
* and the Befunge esoteric programming language (yay!)
* Token stream filters, which can e.g. highlight certain names or
code tags.
* An HTML formatter that is easily subclassable.
* An option to control the command prefix for the LaTeX formatter.
* A MoinMoin parser plugin to easily get Pygments highlighting in Moin.
* ... and many little changes and fixes that are listed in the detailed
changelog.


About
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Pygments is a generic syntax highlighter for general use in all kinds of
software such as forum systems, wikis or other applications that need to
prettify source code. Highlights are:

* a wide range of common languages and markup formats is supported
* special attention is paid to details increasing quality by a fair amount
* support for new languages and formats are added easily
* a number of output formats is available, presently HTML, LaTeX, RTF
and ANSI sequences
* it is usable as a command-line tool and as a library
* ... and it highlights even Brainf*ck!

The home page is at <http://pygments.org>.

Read more in the FAQ list <http://pygments.org/faq> or look at the
documentation <http://pygments.org/docs>.

regards and happy Valentine's day,
Georg

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