Most of the time I use Kate for writing articles (I use Vim mainly for administration). Therefore the logical solution was to wrap those syntax rules into a highlighting file for Kate. Now I can finally make heads and tails out of the whole mess!
BTW, if you want to write your own syntax highlighting for Kate, check out its online documentation and/or this article. Taking a peek at the already existing XML files in
~/.kde4/share/apps/katepart/syntax/ might be a good idea as well
Someday I may even write the same highlighting for Vim.
hook out → sipping tea and writing an article about FOSS solutions to cloud computing for Linux Magazine