Serendipity and dpSyntaxHighlighter plugin with bash support.

I wanted a syntax highlighter for the previous post.
I've installed dpsyntaxhighlighter from serendipity plugins list. I wanted a JS code highlighter - not a php one (like GeSHi), so I've chosen this one. (it uses google syntaxhighlighter)
I've noticed that this nice lib don't have a bash syntax support which I needed now.
In the wiki of the project I've found this link to a script a guy wrote for bash syntax.
Great!
I've placed the js file in ROOT/plugins/serendipity_event_dpsyntaxhighlighter/dp.SyntaxHighlighter/Scripts/ and expected it to work.
No, it didn't.

It turned out that you have to add each language highliter js script file in ROOT/serendipity_event_dpsyntaxhighlighter.php

Around:
switch($event)
                case 'frontend_header':
                    echo '    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="' . $pluginDir.  '/SyntaxHighlighter.css" />' . "\n";
                    return true;
                    break;
                case 'frontend_footer':


there is a list with all js files.
Simply add the new language (on both frontend_footer and backend_preview cases) and there you go!

How to highlight your text?
It is used very simple.
You add code like this in your post:

    ... some code here ...

and you have nice formatted code.
More usage tips here.

That's all folks.
Hope that helps you.

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