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==Comments==
 
==Comments==
 
Great improvement over the the current default distribution of ''css.vim''! So far I've noticed this fixes:
 
Great improvement over the the current default distribution of ''css.vim''! So far I've noticed this fixes:
*Basic syntax-highlighting on CSS syntax-errors (''eg.: it highlights subsequent lines when you have an error like: putting a ":" colon at the end of an attribute, instead of a ";" semi-colon'').
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*Basic syntax-highlighting on CSS syntax-errors (''eg.: it highlights subsequent lines when you have an error like: putting a ":" colon at the end of an attribute, instead of a ";" semi-colon'').
 
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Some 's' (in some comment sections and in 'font-family: sans-serif;' will be highlighted.
 
Some 's' (in some comment sections and in 'font-family: sans-serif;' will be highlighted.

Latest revision as of 09:50, July 14, 2012

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Great improvement over the the current default distribution of css.vim! So far I've noticed this fixes:

  • Basic syntax-highlighting on CSS syntax-errors (eg.: it highlights subsequent lines when you have an error like: putting a ":" colon at the end of an attribute, instead of a ";" semi-colon).

Some 's' (in some comment sections and in 'font-family: sans-serif;' will be highlighted.

Chris: issue of highlighting 's' in 'font-family' is fixed.

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