What languages does Crucible support highlighting?

We are using Crucible where people upload their files for review via the REST api. With our C++ code, the .h files have syntax highlighting but the .cc files do not. I can't imagine Crucible not supporting C++ syntax highlighting. Is it only highlighting when it sees a .cpp file, but not .cc? And if that's the case, is there a way to force Crucible to use c++ highlighting for .cc files?

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Lukasz Pater Atlassian Team Aug 12, 2013

Hi Brent,

you're right, the .cc extension is not configured by default to use the c++ highlighter.

You can easily enable it though, by customizing the filename.map file in your FISHEYE_INST directory.

Please have a look here for the exact instructions on how to do so (just the part about configuring the filename.map).

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