How do I get Fisheye to recognize my custom syntax highlighting definitions?

I created a custom .def file for systemverilog that I am trying to get loaded into Fisheye. I placed the file in FISHEYE_INST/syntax as instructed and restarted fisheye, but it does not seem to be working.

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Did you also add the file extension of the SystemVerilog files (.sv?) to filename.map?
That would look like:

"**/*.sv" systemverilog.def "SystemVerilog"

Full instructions are at Defining your own syntax highlighting in Crucible or Fisheye.

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Would you be willing to share your .def file for systemverilog?

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