I am trying to transition to format=flowed for e-mails, which is
harder than it should be. I'd like to enlist vim to help me.
What I would like to achieve is to highlight any final characters of
a line that aren't spaces, i.e. /\S$/, unless the line is followed
by an empty line. The idea is that I I'll be visually alerted to
lines in paragraphs that don't fit the format=flowed structure.
Using "match Error /\S$/" works, but that also covers quotes,
signature, and header, where format=flowed doesn't really apply. And
it highlights the final character of the last line of a paragraph,
which it shouldn't.
I'd like to restrict the matching to just the plain text in the mail
body, more specifically to all but the last line of a paragraph
(where paragraphs are separated by an empty line).
This sounds like syntax highlighting to me.
Syntax highlighting for mails in Vim already knows when I am in the
plain text (synID == 0). How can I leverage this knowledge and add
a new syntax highlighting?
At this stage, I cannot even get any result out of
syn match mailBodyTrailingNonspace "/\S$"
and I would appreciate if anyone could provide me with any clues.
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