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created March 7, 2003 · complexity intermediate · author hzp · version 6.0
Sometimes when you are working with an extended language (such as uC++) there exist keywords that are not included as keywords in the vim release, so you can easily update keywords in two ways.
1. edit your c.vim file [if you are coding c/c++] try 'vim61/runtime/syntax/' for location of these files, and add the keywords in the correct groups,
2. the second way is you can put them all in a separate file, and source it, eg: say i had some new c types, called uTask or uMutex i could get them highlighted as types using the following command:
:syn keyword type uTask uMutex uNoMutex [etc..]
Rather than editing an existing syntax file which will get overwritten every time you upgrade to a newer revision or version of Vim, it's better if you simply create a file in the after/syntax directory (anywhere inside the 'runtimepath') that has the same name as the file you're enhancing (c.vim, for example).
See :help 'runtimepath' for more details on both the runtimepath as well as the order in which files are loaded (which explains why the "after" directory works).