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Vim Gentoo Syntax

Vim Gentoo Syntax includes syntax highlighting and filetype settings for Gentoo things (ebuilds, eclasses, GLEPs, init scripts, package.* files, etc.) for the Vim text editor.

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  •  22 Dec 2005 00:48

    Release Notes: INSTALL_MASK is now recognised in /etc/make.conf. USE flag names that start with a number (e.g. '3dfx') are now correctly detected.

    •  15 May 2005 07:06

      Release Notes: Changes include more make.conf highlighting, smarter ebuild template generation, smarter cat/pkg detection, more error highlighting for ebuilds, and initial support for eclectic modules.

      •  18 Mar 2005 06:36

        Release Notes: Changes include better make.conf highlighting (add EXTRA_ECONF, USERLAND; more error detection for CFLAGS), better ebuild highlighting (dev.gentoo.org in SRC_URI is an error), better use of highlighting (USE flags with underscores in their names now work), updates to eclass function lists, and a fix for the XML handling screwups.

        •  12 Feb 2005 01:55

          Release Notes: Arch detection code is now faster thanks to a cache, and should work properly on non-Linux systems. The thirdpartymirrors file is now detected properly. ASFLAGS and ARCH are now highlighted as errors in make.conf. The missing runscript #! line in generated init.d files has been added.

          •  30 Jan 2005 21:12

            Release Notes: Changes since the previous release include support for many new eclasses, updated function lists for previously supported eclasses, sandbox function highlighting, better make.conf and init.d highlighting, new init.d/conf.d creation templates, and error highlighting for bad EXPORT_FUNCTIONS declarations in eclasses.

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