On Sunday, August 26, 2012 9:06:26 AM UTC-5, Szilard Barany wrote:
> In the current vim releases the Oracle RDBMS SQL syntax support is from 2005 and PLS/SQL support is from 2002; kind of outdated.
> I have developed a syntax highlight file that supports the most recent Oracle RDBMS version, 11g R2. This includes SQL, PL/SQL (including Oracle supplied packages), SQL*Plus and RDBMS (init parameters, dynamic performance views, etc.).
> I used this syntax highlight support for 4+ years, and it seems to me OK by now. It might not be perfect, but I hope that other people who use vim for Oracle script/file editing can help me improve it.
> I would like to submit it to vim hoping that it will be included in the next releases. I would like to find out what to do now; how to submit it to the code base, etc.
> I plan to cover the next Oracle release, 12c as soon as it is out (towards the end of the year).
> Thanks and regards,
May I know when can we expect your updated files!
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