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vim and SMIL

From: <herve_foucher@ds-fr.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 1998 10:52:29 +0100
To: www-smil@w3.org
Message-ID: <C12566BF.00365B7F.00@mailserv.dassault-systemes.fr>

You can donwload a VIM syntax file at
It is a SMIL adaptation of the html.vim file found
in the vim package. It can be still improved and
reduced, but it works fine !

This will help you creating SMIL files with the
gvim editor.

To use it, copy it into the $VIM/syntax directory
and type under VIM...

:so $VIM/syntax/smil.vim

You can also configure vim in order to load
the syntax file automaticaly.

Add those two lines in the $VIM/syntax/syntax.vim,
under the line "augroup syntax":

" Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language
au BufNewFile,BufRead *.smil,*.smi  so $VIM/syntax/smil.vim

vim is Vim IMproved. gvim is the graphical interface for
vim which supports syntax highlighting.
To download vim, jump to http://www.vim.org/

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