Vim Syntax Highlighting
Revision as of 12:03, 26 March 2007 by Kane
Copy the below file into a file called abl.vim in your syntax folder (usually in $VIM/syntax or $VIM/vim70/syntax)
Editing your filetype.vim file (usually in $VIM) to include "au BufNewFile,BufRead *.abl setf abl"
Yay syntax highlighting!
"Vim syntax file " Language: ABL " Quit when a syntax file was already loaded if !exists("main_syntax") if version < 600 syntax clear elseif exists("b:current_syntax") finish endif " we define it here so that included files can test for it let main_syntax='java' endif "only use vim > 6.0 command! -nargs=+ AblHiLink hi def link <args> "keywords syn keyword ablBehavior behavior parallel sequential joint syn keyword ablBoolean true false syn keyword ablGoal subgoal syn keyword ablAct act syn keyword ablPre precondition syn keyword ablRegistration register wme syn keyword ablWith with syn keyword ablPackage package syn keyword ablImport import syn keyword ablType boolean int float char long short double syn keyword ablTest success_test wait syn keyword ablStep success_step fail_step syn keyword ablMental mental_act syn region ablComment start="/\*" end="\*/" syn match ablLineComment "//.*" AblHiLink ablBehavior Function AblHiLink ablBoolean Boolean AblHiLink ablGoal Function AblHiLink ablAct Function AblHiLink ablPre Special AblHiLink ablRegistration Special AblHiLink ablWith Conditional AblHiLink ablPackage Special AblHiLink ablImport Special AblHiLink ablType Type AblHiLink ablTest Conditional AblHiLink ablStep Statement AblHiLink ablMental Special AblHiLink ablComment Comment AblHiLink ablLineComment Comment delcommand AblHiLink let b:current_syntax = "abl"