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Re: vim syntax file?

On Mon, Jan 25, 1999, Gerfried Fuchs wrote:

>  I'm quite new to this list but I hope someone of you can help me
> anyway. I guess there must be many of wml users out there which are
> editing with vim. Has anyone of you done a syntax file for vim yet?
> Maybe just alpha but still better of a simple copy of the html.vim file?
>  That would be great!

Someone wanted to write such a thing a few months ago for Emacs, AFAIK.  I
gave the hint to start with the wml_tags document where all existing WML tags
are listed.

>  And another thing I wanted to ask: When I write a .wml file and use the
> magic line:
> #!/usr/local/bin/wml -n -o test.html
>  as first line and then mark it executeable just like a shell-script -
> that doesn't work  :(

You mean for server-side includes via XBitHack of Apache? You can use:

#!/usr/local/bin/wml -n -o u+x@test.html

>  What am I missing? Isn't this possible?

In a hacker tool like WML anything *IS* possible.  The question is just, how
much effort is actually needed to make it possible... ;-)

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