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Update: gmax says it works with colons, and it works for me; in fact, it works either way (with colons / without).

Update2:The reason it fails for some is because recent versions of syntax/perl.vim check to see if b:current_syntax is defined, and if so exit.

You need to put unlet b:current_syntax before the syntax include line.

I think the reason it's not working for some people is hat the syntax lines in step 3 should not be prefixed by colons ':'.


" add Perl extensions :syntax include @Perl syntax/perl.vim :syntax region htmlPerl start="< code >" end="< /code >" contains=@Per +l keepend " remove spaces around code tags ! let b:current_syntax = "html" syntax region PMlink start="\[" end ="\]"


" add Perl extensions syntax include @Perl syntax/perl.vim syntax region htmlPerl start="< code >" end="< /code >" contains=@Perl + keepend " remove spaces around code tags ! let b:current_syntax = "html" syntax region PMlink start="\[" end ="\]"

Not forgetting, of course, to remove the spaces.

In reply to Re: Vim for PerlMonks nodes by zakb
in thread Vim for PerlMonks nodes by gmax

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