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Re: Drupal .module proper support (fwd)

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... Makes sense. You use this statement: if getline(1) =~
    Message 1 of 6 , Nov 1, 2008
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      Alexis Wilke wrote:

      > I'm developing on Drupal now a days and find it annoying that gvim cannot
      > detect that the .module are PHP files. So I added a few lines of code to
      > my filetype.vim to paliate. I would imagine some other vi lovers will run
      > in this one too. We could also support the .install files I guess. Also
      > that I do not have much of a problem with.

      Makes sense.

      You use this statement:

      if getline(1) =~ '<\?php'

      That backslash should probably not be there, since this matches "php" by
      itself. This might work better:

      if getline(1) =~ '<?php'

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