Fri, 27 Sep 2002 06:37:23 +0900, Rudolf Polzer <AntiATField_adsgohere / durchnull.de> pisze:

> - a %= b versus %=...=. A syntax highlighter gets into big trouble when
>   seeing this construct. Nothing really seriuos, but I already had to
>   insert "useless" comments to fix vim's highlighting - which is unable
>   to correctly highlight if-then-end expressions. Perhaps it would help
>   to deprecate %=...= as string separator (any other character could be
>   used with less problems).

No need to change Ruby here. The syntax highlighter could always
interpret it as the %= operator because it has no nice replacement.
You are not forced to use = as the string bracket, it's easy to pick
another character.

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