#!wml -oindex.html #include "frame.wmi" #Desc: This page is mainly just there for a link to the syntax file... <h1>Syntax Files</h1>  Here you will find some useful informations about syntax files for vim. I don't really know what to write - so don't get too mad with me. These are the files I am currently maintaining: <ul> <li><link wml.vim>wml.vim</link>: I overtake the maintenance of this file from Craig Small who is too busy to care about it anymore. Thanks for the start, Craig!</li> <li><link wdiff.vim>wdiff.vim</link>: A quick hack about the output of wdiff. My first really own written syntax file :-)</li> <li><link mgp.vim>mgp.vim</link>: This syntax file is for the MagicPoint presentation tool. It is a really dirty hack which doesn't check for any mistakes or similar. It's just basic highlighting, for the lazy. I am quite sure that it will improve - that would also need a total rewrite, but this is no basis for a nice syntax file nevertheless.</li> <li><a href="tpp.vim">tpp.vim</a>: This is the best syntax file I did so far. tpp is the <a href="http://www.ngolde.de/tpp.html">Text Presentation Program</a>. It has error checking in the switch syntax, and works really great. I guess I'll base my mgp.vim rewrite on it...</li> </ul>  If you have any sugguestions feel free to send me an email. I would be pleased to help you.