15525RE: WSH (Windows Scripting Host) syntax file
- Oct 3, 2000From: Bram Moolenaar [mailto:Bram@...]
> > Wouldn't it be OK if :syn include loaded the exact path if itI agree, that makes sense.
> > was an absolute pathname, but otherwise searched 'runtimepath'?
> > That would preserve backward compatibility (everything will
> > use absolute paths at the moment) while allowing the use of
> > 'runtimepath'.
> It seems that this should be OK. Until now you really needed
> to use an absolute path. I can't find an example where this
> isn't used.
> Should the relative path be searched in 'runtimepath' or in the syntax
> subdirectory? Thus would you use:
> :syn include xml.vim
> :syn include syntax/xml.vim
> I would propose the second, because it gives some room to use another
> subdirectory, e.g.:
> :syn include mysyntax/xml.vim
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