January 12, 2010
I have uploaded a new d.vim syntax highlighting script to vim.org. Get it at http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=379.

Updated to D versions 1.053 and 2.039.
+ Merged Kirk McDonald's version 0.17 updates
(http://paste.dprogramming.com/dplmb7qx?view=hidelines), including
delimited strings, token strings, here strings, and some new keywords.
+ Merged Jesse K. Phillips' patch for some keywords and attributes
(annotations).
+ Added some missing keywords.

By the way, I haven't used D in a few years, so I haven't been very diligent in following its progress or keeping the syntax file up to date. I don't see this changing anytime in the future (as much as I wish differently). If there is anyone willing to take over maintenance, please let me know by replying to this post or in an email (my real address is inside the latest version of the script file).

Jason

January 12, 2010
Jason Mills wrote:
> I have uploaded a new d.vim syntax highlighting script to vim.org. Get
> it at http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=379.
> 
> Updated to D versions 1.053 and 2.039.
> + Merged Kirk McDonald's version 0.17 updates
> (http://paste.dprogramming.com/dplmb7qx?view=hidelines), including
> delimited strings, token strings, here strings, and some new keywords.
> + Merged Jesse K. Phillips' patch for some keywords and attributes
> (annotations).
> + Added some missing keywords.


This is great. Thanks! :)

-Lars
January 12, 2010
Thanks!
January 12, 2010
Jason Mills, el 11 de enero a las 21:07 me escribiste:
> I have uploaded a new d.vim syntax highlighting script to vim.org. Get it at http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=379.

Nice, thanks!

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January 12, 2010
Sweet!
January 13, 2010
On 12/01/10 02:07, Jason Mills wrote:
> I have uploaded a new d.vim syntax highlighting script to vim.org. Get
> it at http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=379.
>
> Updated to D versions 1.053 and 2.039.
> + Merged Kirk McDonald's version 0.17 updates
> (http://paste.dprogramming.com/dplmb7qx?view=hidelines), including
> delimited strings, token strings, here strings, and some new keywords.
> + Merged Jesse K. Phillips' patch for some keywords and attributes
> (annotations).
> + Added some missing keywords.
>
> By the way, I haven't used D in a few years, so I haven't been very diligent in
> following its progress or keeping the syntax file up to date. I don't see this
> changing anytime in the future (as much as I wish differently). If there is
> anyone willing to take over maintenance, please let me know by replying to this
> post or in an email (my real address is inside the latest version of the script
> file).
>
> Jason
>

Amazing, thank you! :)

Is the new syntax file going to be moved upstream at some point, or will I have to continue copying this version into my vim installs?
January 14, 2010
Robert Clipsham Wrote:

> Amazing, thank you! :)
> 
> Is the new syntax file going to be moved upstream at some point, or will I have to continue copying this version into my vim installs?

I plan on submitting this new version to Vim's maintainer so it will be included in the next release of Vim.
January 14, 2010
Jason Mills Wrote:

> I have uploaded a new d.vim syntax highlighting script to vim.org. Get it at http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=379.
> 
> Updated to D versions 1.053 and 2.039.
> + Merged Kirk McDonald's version 0.17 updates
> (http://paste.dprogramming.com/dplmb7qx?view=hidelines), including
> delimited strings, token strings, here strings, and some new keywords.
> + Merged Jesse K. Phillips' patch for some keywords and attributes
> (annotations).
> + Added some missing keywords.

Wow, I decided to take a look at the paste... what a collection of spam in the replies.


> If there is
> anyone willing to take over maintenance, please let me know by replying to this
> post or in an email (my real address is inside the latest version of the script
> file).
> 
> Jason

I suppose I'd be able to take over the maintenance. How to get it pushed upstream would be good.
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