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C/C++ syntax highlighting misses some include directives.

R0b0t1
Perhaps this is better suited for the vim-dev list. As noted in
CONTRIBUTING.md I have tried to follow up with the syntax file
maintainers but received no response.

Per the FreeType library's documentation, it is to be included as follows:

```C++
#include <ft2build.h>
#include FT_FREETYPE_H
```

However Vim's syntax files for C/C++ (and likely other languages) only
highlight an `#include` when a matching pair of delimiters is
provided. How do I fix this?

Cheers,
     R0b0t1.

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Re: C/C++ syntax highlighting misses some include directives.

Alessandro Antonello
I think the best way is to add a new syntax file into '~/.vim/after/syntax' with a new rule. This way the default syntax remains the same and you will get the `#include` highlighted as you want.

2017-04-17 16:13 GMT-03:00 R0b0t1 <[hidden email]>:
Perhaps this is better suited for the vim-dev list. As noted in
CONTRIBUTING.md I have tried to follow up with the syntax file
maintainers but received no response.

Per the FreeType library's documentation, it is to be included as follows:

```C++
#include <ft2build.h>
#include FT_FREETYPE_H
```

However Vim's syntax files for C/C++ (and likely other languages) only
highlight an `#include` when a matching pair of delimiters is
provided. How do I fix this?

Cheers,
     R0b0t1.

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