On Wed, 19 Nov 2008, Shiv Shankar Dayal wrote:

> Hi,
> I updated context and grepped mtxrun for noquotes and the output is
> same as yours.
> I have a query. Line 270 of t-vim says \runvimsyntax{#2}
> Line275: \input #2-vimsyntax.tmp\relax
> where #2 is product_name-vimsyntax.tmp.
> This means that if the product name is xyz then \runvimsyntax{#2}
> which is basically
> a run of vim over #2 and it generates the #2-vimsyntax.tmp.

Yes. The 2context.vim script generates filename.ext-vimsyntax.tmp file. I 
am at a loss of understanding what is happening here.

context --verbose filename

and check the output for something like

MtxRun | executing: vim -u NONE -e -C -n -c "set 
tabstop=8" -c "syntax on" -c "s
et syntax=cpp" -c "let contextstartline=1" -c "let contextstopline=0" -c 
  /opt/context/tex/texmf-project/tex/context/third/vim/2context.vim" -c 
"wqa" "vim-test-vimsyntax.tmp"

Run this line on your terminal (in a single line) and see what vim does.

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