For completeness, I want to post one more thing
-- a syntax highlighting file for vim that
understands this mix of Scheme and Perl. It's a
testament to vim's good design that something
like this could be implemented so easily. This
should be showing up in the March 2002 issue of
so consider this a sneak preview.
" Scheme w/ Perl as a preprocessor
" Language: Scheme+Perl
" Maintainer: John Beppu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
" Last Change: 2001 Dec 17
" Location: http://www.linux-mag.com/
" for portability
if version < 600
" load all of the scheme info
" load all of the perl info into @Perl
syntax include @Perl $VIMRUNTIME/syntax/perl.vim
syntax region scmplPerl
\ contains=@Perl, scmplPerl
" the script header
syntax match scmplSharpBang
" link syntax elements to standard highlighting groups
if version >= 508 || !exists("did_scmpl_syn_inits")
if version < 508
let did_scmpl_syn_inits = 1
command -nargs=+ HiLink hi link <args>
command -nargs=+ HiLink hi def link <args>
HiLink scmplSharpBang PreProc
let b:current_syntax = "scmpl"
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