I've just added a new project, which is something that's been around for a long time but has only now been released under GPL.
It's written in 'Progress 4GL', a proprietary language used to interact with the Progress RDBMS.
Ohloh doesn't have this language listed - not surprising really, I gues :-)
The project in question is: https://www.ohloh.net/projects/apms
The files that are in Progress are the .p, .i and .w files.
Regards, Andrew McMillan
There is a VIM syntax highlighter which successfully recognises Progress 4GL code, so the task shouldn't be too tricky.
Thanks, Andrew McMillan
At this point we rely solely on community contributions to add new languages to Ohloh. The code is open, and it's available here.
It's interesting that you would bring up the VIM highlighter -- we once considered using VIM highlighters to do our source code parsing. In the end there were a lot of complications, so we created something simpler for our own needs.
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