Thanks for the responses.  I actually thought about creating syntax 
files for gvim, but I really wouldn't know where to start.  Plus, I 
think I'd rather just spend the time working on my project with eruby 
without the highlighting!

Kyle

Alan Chen wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 16, 2002 at 09:53:02PM +0900, Hugh Sasse Staff Elec Eng wrote:
> 
>>On Fri, 16 Aug 2002, Kyle Wilson wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Hello.  I was wondering if anyone knows of a text editor which will
>>>perform syntax highlighting correctly for eruby/html code.  I'm looking
>>>for something similar to the way PHP/html is handled by vim.  Thanks.
>>
>>I don't know if one exists already, but I'd imagine that you need to
>>create an rhtml vim syntax file for these pages, which could be done by
>>combining the ruby syntax file with the html syntax file.  I suspect
>>that it will be a fairly big job, though.  Then I think you need to
>>look at how vim determines the file type so that it can pick up the
>>.rhtml file and recognise it correctly.
>>
>>I don't know much about writing syntax files, but if you find a way
>>to escape out of one syntax and into another I think it would be
>>very useful, for rhtml and for shellscripts with things like ruby -e
>>program, or sed -e program, or perl -e program, so that the program
>>can be highlighted correctly.
> 
> 
> Not looking for a vi vs emacs flamewar here, but emacs also has
> mmm-mode which allows you to embed any major emacs mode into 
> another, using regexps to toggle between regions. I've been
> using it quite happily.
>