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The =cu was a cut and paste typo. I have been just letting it default (>>seems<< to be using perl syntax on .pl files as normal code is now fine(ish)) The pod above highlights with all sorts of highlights - like a very broken syntax highlight. I will grab the patch off you pad. Thanks very much. I have the latest syntax files now from the maintainer which still wierd out on this pod. It is usually several 1000 lines down at the end of the code.

I guess I will just have to fix it myself.

A PI 166? Even my linux devel box is a PII 266. My last PI just died of natural causes. I generally get to run vim on server class boxes which usually have multiple PIII Xeons > 1GHz and lots of RAM so speed is rarely an issue.




In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Using vim for highlighting in Perl by tachyon
in thread Using vim for highlighting in Perl by Hrunting

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