Migrated over to Fedora 13 after several years on Ubuntu (and Gentoo before that, and Mandrake before that).
I just noticed that one of my articles-in-progress is not generating quality output because the current source-highlight package is 2.10, which dates back to July 2008 (ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/src-highlite/
), but the current release is 3.1.3 from January 2010. 3.1.3 adds source highlighting support for bash, amongst other things, which my asciidoc-based article had been successfully using in Ubuntu.
So... what are the chances of getting an updated source-highlight package into Fedora? I may compile from source to solve my problem for the moment, but an updated package would be generally useful IMHO.
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Replying to myself, source-highlight 3.1.3 compiles fine on Fedora 13, as long as you point it at the right directory for the Boost libraries; its autoconf script doesn't account for /usr/lib64. So:
./configure --with--boost-libdir=/usr/lib64 && make && make install
will do the trick nicely.