PATCH: link rubyIdentifier to NONE when ruby_no_identifiers is set

Doug Kearns dougkearns at
Mon Aug 29 02:04:46 EDT 2005

On Thu, Aug 25, 2005 at 01:48:03AM +0200, Nikolai Weibull wrote:
> Doug Kearns wrote:
> > Nikolai, you're the only one I've come across who actually uses this
> > so let me know if there are any problems.
> Please excuse my tardiness.  Actually, I have my own funky handling of
> identifiers.  I don't think that what you've done should cause any
> problems, though.
> This is what I have:
> syn match  rubyScopeSpecifier           display containedin=rubyClassVariable,rubyInstanceVariable,rubyGlobalVariable "\%(@\+\|\$\)"
> syn match  rubyClassVariable		"@@\h\w*"		display
> syn match  rubyInstanceVariable		"@\h\w*"		display
> syn match  rubyGlobalVariable		"$\%(\h\w*\|-.\)"       display
> I like having global variables highlighted (so as to not use thum).  And
> I like having the scope-specifier highlighted in @blah and @@bluh.
> Having them highlighted makes them stand out, without hurting my eyes,

I wonder if this would be worth including as an option?


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