Re: weird highlighting when i edit java code
- Rian Hunter wrote:
> On Dec 29, 2011, at 10:21 AM, Tony Mechelynck wrote:Since there are many Java programmers now and much fewer C++
> >> if !exists("java_allow_cpp_keywords")
> >> syn keyword javaError auto delete extern friend inline redeclared
> >> syn keyword javaError register signed sizeof struct template typedef union
> >> syn keyword javaError unsigned operator
> >> endif
> > so the default is to have all those highlighted as error; define that variable (with any value) to remove that highlight.
> oh wow, would you look at that! so by default since
> "java_allow_cpp_keywords" isn't defined it shows me false errors.
programmers, let's remove this highlighting. It wasn't very helpful
anyway, you can't write code that works both on Java and C++.
And making mistakes is easily detected by the compiler.
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