On Sun, 4 Feb 2007, Stuart Rackham wrote:

> Stuart Rackham wrote:
> > Nice work guys!
> > 
> > I tried it out on the ./doc/asciidoc.txt file which pretty well makes
> > use of all AsciiDoc syntax. Worked well up to:
> > 
> >          acute accents to the right\'' are rendered in quotation marks.
> > 
> > At which point all text following the two single quotes was blue (hit
> > ^L to refesh and fix).
> > 
> > - Is there any reason for adoc instead of asciidoc? Personally I
> >    prefer asciidoc rather than creating another name. I'd also prefer
> >    to stick with the existing .txt extension for AsciiDoc source files.
> >    Surely there are ways to have Vim automagically detect file types
> >    other than just file extensions?
> The Vim filetypes mechanism should work here, or just put:
> // vim: set syntax=adoc:
> As the last line in your source file.

Right, but I would prefer to not have to do that. There is a way to 
autodetect the file, but it may not be so easy. Especially the 2 line 
title syntax seems to be hard to do correct (since the length of the line 
needs to be the exact size).

We could even make eg. python code blocks use the python syntax files etc.

Is ^// a proper way of commenting as well ? The syntax file needs to 
reflect it as well than so I added it to my document.

What would be the easiest way to work on the same file ? Can we put this 
in a versioning system where a few people can work on it concurrently 
until it is close to something we would release ?

Kind regards,
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