Not implemented in perl, but i've discovered that pygments
is a very good
syntax highlighter, I like to install it along with my trac
installations so i get highlighting on the browse source pages. Not sure how to use it outside trac honestly, but I bet you can find a command that will print an html-highlighted version of any input file.
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- Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band, Express yourself
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