150 Best Cottage and Cabin Ideas by Francesc Zamora Mola

By Francesc Zamora Mola

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Our next pursuit is related: now that we have a filetype, we have a chance to see how Vim handles syntax highlighting. Just as Vim lets us add support for our own filetypes, it lets us write our own syntax highlighting; in the next chapter we’ll get into the syntax directory and begin doing just that. report erratum • discuss CHAPTER 5 Highlighting Syntax Syntax highlighting is part of Vim’s filetype support for the wide variety of languages that it supports by default. It relies on syntax files, VimL script files that define the elements of languages and place them in standard categories so that Vim knows how to format and highlight code in those languages.

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