Last but not least, source code highlight support. Unlike LaTeX, there
is no package for source code highlight in groff. Looking around, I
decided to use GNU source highlight as a solution. The reason being 
that the way output definitions are declared is through the use of
configuration files. In this way, I created one for groff (I should
submit it for inclusion... we'll see).  I have also saw it in use in the
WXE editor, hence I'm sort of familiar. However, most importantly, 
it supports COBOL :). 

(well, it does... its importance may be in question... )

This feature is controlled by a variable. If it is nil, it shows
the code listing using the courier font (constant width). 


PDF Output:

All right... what else I need to do now? :)

Luis R. Anaya
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