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Syntax highlighting file works on 4.8.6 but not on 4.4.5

Hello all.

tldr: Custom highlighting works on 4.8.6 but not 4.4.5

So I've been working on some custom syntax highlighting files for SystemVerilog and VHDL. In the interest of time without having to ask our server admins to keep restarting our servers over and over I set up a local server that I can reboot whenever I need. When I did this I just downloaded the most recent version without checking with the admins what version they were running so I ended up with 4.8.6. I made my tweaks and got the highlighting working the way I wanted, so I sent my files to the admins and when they loaded them on their server they did not work. So we compared versions and it turns out that they were running 4.4.5. So I downloaded server version 4.4.5 myself and it says that there are errors with my syntax highlighting files.


Does anybody know why syntax highlighting may not work the same across versions? 


Extra context:

My Info: Windows 10 with Crucible Fisheye 4.8.6

Server admins: Unknown OS (presumably linux?) with Crucible Fisheye 4.4.5

Other things of interest:

My 4.4.5 server doesn't actually start up with the syntax files loaded? It seems odd to me that this would be a fatal error


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