Thanks for a great utility!
I have tried this with some windows batch scripts and found a problem with this line in the batch program:
This is parsed as follows: <span class="k">echo</span> R<span class="o">equ</span>i<span class="c">rements:</span>
It seems that the BatchLexer is interpreting anything after an ''echo'' statement as ordinary code whereas it should just treat it all as a single string and not try and parse it's components at all.
Reported by guest