Issue #1011 resolved

.. code-block:: objc doesn't support new objective-c literals

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I have a bunch of code samples in Objective-C that use some of the new NSDictionary literals. i.e.

.. code-block:: objc

- (void)applicationDidBecomeActive:(UIApplication *)application { NSDictionary *aDict = @{@"some_standard_key": @"some_standard_value"}; }

When I generate HTML from these source files, the result is not formatted correctly. In fact, I lose all Objective-C styling. Would be great to have this supported.

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