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Re: vim.vim organization

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  • Charles E Campbell Jr
    ... You re likely looking at the automatically generated keyword lists ; vimCommands are generated automatically. The keywords are sorted in the usual
    Message 1 of 4 , Oct 31, 2012
      Kartik Agaram wrote:
      > I notice many keywords in runtime/syntax/vim.vim are split across
      > multiple lines. For example, I assume all the lines beginning with
      > "syn keyword vimCommand" could logically be assumed to be a single
      > (very long) command. Is that accurate?
      >
      > If this is correct, I'm curious if there's some pattern to how they
      > are organized. It seems each line is in alphabetical order. But
      > there's a's in each line. Is there some way to decide which line each
      > keyword goes to?
      >
      > Or am I just over-thinking things? :)
      >
      You're likely looking at the "automatically generated keyword lists";
      vimCommands are generated automatically. The keywords are sorted in the
      usual ascending alphabetical order with 100 keywords per line.

      Regards,
      C Campbell

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    • Tony Mechelynck
      ... As Dr.Chip said, parts of the syntax/vim.vim script are generated automatically. When the interpreter sources the script, every line starts a new
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 1, 2012
        On 01/11/12 01:19, Kartik Agaram wrote:
        > I notice many keywords in runtime/syntax/vim.vim are split across
        > multiple lines. For example, I assume all the lines beginning with
        > "syn keyword vimCommand" could logically be assumed to be a single
        > (very long) command. Is that accurate?
        >
        > If this is correct, I'm curious if there's some pattern to how they
        > are organized. It seems each line is in alphabetical order. But
        > there's a's in each line. Is there some way to decide which line each
        > keyword goes to?
        >
        > Or am I just over-thinking things? :)
        >
        > Kartik
        > http://akkartik.name
        >

        As Dr.Chip said, parts of the syntax/vim.vim script are generated
        automatically. When the interpreter sources the script, every line
        starts a new statement, except of course in the case of "continuation
        lines", i.e. if (in 'nocompatible' mode) the first nonblank on the line
        is a backslash, in which case the interpreter disregards the backslash,
        all (zero or more) tabs or spaces preceding it, and the line break
        between that line and the one before it.

        Best regards,
        Tony.
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      • Kartik Agaram
        ... Yeah I see the comments now that these lines are auto-generated: syn keyword vimCommand contained abc[lear] argdo argu[ment] bel[owright] bN[ext] ...
        Message 3 of 4 , Nov 1, 2012
          > You're likely looking at the "automatically generated keyword lists";
          > vimCommands are generated automatically. The keywords are sorted in the
          > usual ascending alphabetical order with 100 keywords per line.

          Yeah I see the comments now that these lines are auto-generated:

          syn keyword vimCommand contained abc[lear] argdo argu[ment]
          bel[owright] bN[ext] ...
          syn keyword vimCommand contained abo[veleft] arge[dit] as[cii]
          bf[irst] bo[tright] ...
          syn keyword vimCommand contained al[l] argg[lobal] bad[d] bl[ast]
          bp[revious] ...

          Each of them is internally in alphabetical order. But how are the
          boundaries between lines decided? They're all keyword vimCommand.

          Also, is the generator in the repo?

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