On Tuesday, August 3, 2004, 1:23:22 AM, Warren wrote:

> Graham,

>> I've downloaded the vim-ruby stable files :
>> ...
>> But now when I run gvim, I get various problems:
>> ...
>> E492: Not an editor command ^M
>> ...
>> It looks like the file is a dos file (CR/LF at EOL, instead of
>> just LF), but when I fix this, I lose the colour highlighting.

>     You definitely need to remove the Ctrl-M's from the .vim files
> before using them.  If this causes you to lose your syntax highlighting,
> there is some other problem.

>> BTW, Someone (sorry, I forget who) pointed me at these files
>> saying that I could use %, but I think he missed my point,
>> which was to be able to press % on an if , and have vi move to
>> teh corresponding end, rather than simply jump to the next [
>> or (, which is not especially useful, IMNSHO.  Have I merely
>> cocked it up, and these files should do this?

>     As far as % moving from an "if" to its matching "end", these file
> won't help you.  The closest you are going to get is the matchit.vim
> plugin (:help matchit), which still isn't going to do this, but you
> might be able to modify it to do what you want.

Download a tarball from [1] and install it.  Matchit functionality
should work after that.

Cheers,
Gavin


[1] http://rubyforge.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs/cgi/viewcvs.cgi/?cvsroot=vim-ruby