hi,

for line number try "set number"
for syntax highlighting try vim with "syntax on"
if you don`t have vim try pkg_add or ports...

^/
p.s. I suppose this was a generic question out of the list`s scope. :-)

EdwardKing wrote:
> my first question is whether vi can show line number,such as 1: 2: 3:?
> my second question is whether vi support c syntax,such as show "#include" 
> with other different color?
>
> How to modify to realize above function?
> thanks
>
>
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