Topic: Texinfo syntax highlighting
Msys provides a texinfo compiler for Windows .
Texinfo is indeed a very convenient way to write a documentation for a program, because with a single source you can generate a PDF or an html file. I don't know what an equivalent would be.
But for Windows users, there is no texinfo editor other than GNU Emacs.
So I suggest Simply Text would take in charge some texinfo syntax highlighting -- if it's not too difficult
Here is a self-explanining configuration file written for the nano editor :