Martin Maciaszek wrote:
> To edit my ruby code I rediscovered the good old vim. vim6 even has
> syntax highlighting rules for ruby. Which works great, except on the
> following code:
> dbh.do("select whatever from whereever;")
>   foo
> end
> 
> The syntax highlighting rules seem to think that do starts a code
> block. This is just a mior nuisance but it freaked me out the first
> time when I was wondering why one of my "end"s war differently colored
> then the other ones :)
> 
> A IMHO bigger nuisance is the lack of folding support based on
> syntax. I would like to collapse whole methods. Folding based on 
> indentation is not very helpful with that. (maybe it's just the way
> I indent my code?)

It's there! You can find Vim/Ruby related resources at

  www.rubygarden.org/ruby?VimExtensions

Or directly download a folding-enabled Vim 6.x sytax file at

  www.fantasy-coders.de/ruby/ruby.vim



Regards,

  Michael

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