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  • A.J.Mechelynck
    ... I have syntax/perl.vim by Nick Hibma, dated 2006 Aug 9, and it highlights your example correctly (with exit in perlStatementFlow highlight, which links
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      Mark Manning wrote:
      > That is very strange. In 7.0.17 the "exit" command is still highlighted
      > as a string. If I put in an additional single quote then it
      > re-highlights as a function.
      >
      > test.pl
      > print "This's a test'";
      > exit( 0 );
      >
      > Look correct but the
      >
      > test.pl
      > print "This's a test";
      > exit( 0 );
      >
      > Does not. Also the:
      >
      > test.pl
      >
      > a =<<END_TEXT;
      > This's a test
      > END_TEXT
      > exit( 0 );
      >
      > Also makes the "exit" command show up as a string versus function call.
      > Which version do you have?
      >
      > Mark
      >
      >

      I have syntax/perl.vim by Nick Hibma, dated 2006 Aug 9, and it
      highlights your example correctly (with exit in "perlStatementFlow"
      highlight, which links to Statement, and is by default in bold brown in
      the GUI, while strings are in pink).


      Best regards,
      Tony.
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