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Re: CSS syntax highlighting bug in runtime/syntax/css.vim ?

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... Why would we want to accept a patch from evilbob127 ? :-) Please tell us your name. -- While it s true that many normal people whould prefer not to _date_
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 4, 2008
      > Hi Vim users/devs :)
      > I found a possible small bug in the CSS syntax file.
      > Problem:
      > When changing the iskeyword option then syntax highlighting will go wrong.
      > Steps to reproduce:
      > When I was tweaking my .vimrc I set
      > setlocal iskeyword+=-
      > for CSS files only. (I did this to be able to select properties
      > like "background-color" in one go as a word.)
      > This caused it to display the Type in a different colour, but only
      > for font-* properties, not for
      > background-* or border-* ones strangely enough.
      > Fix:
      > See attachment (patch).
      > Patch is against latest SVN checkout (revision 1024).
      > Disclaimer: this is my first post to the vim-dev maillist, sorry if I
      > forgot to mention anything, please
      > do tell though.

      Why would we want to accept a patch from "evilbob127"? :-)

      Please tell us your name.

      While it's true that many normal people whould prefer not to _date_ an
      engineer, most normal people harbor an intense desire to _mate_ with them,
      thus producing engineerlike children who will have high-paying jobs long
      before losing their virginity.
      (Scott Adams - The Dilbert principle)

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