On 9/5/07, Jeffrey 'jf' Lim <jfs.world / gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/21/07, Dizan Vasquez <dichodaemon / gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Felipe,
> >
> > Sorry for answering so late, but I was on vacations. Regarding your
> > questions, oddly enough, I do not use textmate (I do not have a mac)
> > so I use mostly cream or kate. As for vim integration, well, I think
> > its somewhat different from the current project scope which is
> > directed to highlight static documentation (html, latex) more than to
> > implement a dynamic engine to be plugged into a text editor.
> >
> > Dizan
> >
>
> hey guys, sorry for being late to the party [ ;) ], but... perhaps
> what Felipe meant (or at least that's what I am thinking of!!!) is a
> sort of a translation from "textmate theme", to "vim theme"...

Yeah, well I had different ideas and I guess I didn't express myself
correctly. But yes, that's one idea.

Everyone seems to be re-inventing the wheel when doing syntax
highlighting. A framework that can be used to generate vim themes
would be a good idea IMO.

Best regards.

-- 
Felipe Contreras