# Re: [NTG-context] problem with t-filter/t-vim

```On Tue, 19 Oct 2010, Chen Shen wrote:

```
```I am using the t-filter/t-vim module, and got stuck with two problems with
it.
1. everything works fine if there is only one \definevimtyping declaration.
However, if i declare two of them, as in the following:```
```
%%%%%%%
\definevimtyping[PythonCode][syntax=python]
\definevimtyping[CPPCode][syntax=cpp]

\startPythonCode
... % Code A
\stopPythonCode

\startPythonCode
... % Code B
\stopPythonCode
%%%%%%%

The counter for the temporary files is never incremented. So there is only
"jobname-externalfilter-PythonCode-0.tmp" in the directory.
Consequently, Code B appears twice in the produced PDF, while Code A never
appears.
```
```
A grouping bug. Does it work with the latest version from the deb branch.

```
```2. Every line in the Python code becomes a new paragraph in ConTeXt. I
wonder if this could be changed.
I am using \setupwitespace[line], so the spacing between two lines of source
is too large.
```
```
```
That is by design. Currently, 2context.vim simply adds some markup, and the resutant file is read using
```
\startlines
....
\stoplines

\start-stop-lines converts each line to a paragraph. You can try

\startsetups vim:setups
\setupwhitespace[none]
\stopsetups

\setupvimtyping[setups=vim:setups]

to see if it helps.