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[vile] Colour problem with vile on upgrade from Xubuntu 13.10 to Xubuntu
[vile] Colour problem with vile on upgrade from Xubuntu 13.10 to Xubuntu 14.04
Sun, 27 Apr 2014 13:51:27 +0100
I have just upgraded my system from Xubuntu 13.10 to Xubuntu 14.04, I
had to recompile vile (and xvile) because some of the libraries had
I also applied the latest vile patch, I was previously on 9.8l, now
I'm on 9.8m.
I remembered to keep my vile.keywords file (I've forgotten that too
many times in the past to be caught again!).
However my syntax highlighting has gone somewhat awry as follows
(example from a C source file):-
The first line is always lightgrey. Nearly always it should be
green for comment. The remaining lines of a block comment at the
top of a program are correctly coloured green. All other
comments in the program are correctly coloured green.
Everything that should be in the default black is in lightgrey.
I *think* that's all that's wrong but it's a little difficult to tell
without a reference, ...., thinks, I can probably check on my netbook.
...., yes, the above seems to be all that's wrong. The first line is
the wrong colour and the default black has become lightgrey.
It seems that what's happened is:-
The first line is always lightgrey (default colour)
The default colour has changed from black to lightgrey
What I have called lightgrey is called White sometimes (as opposed
to BrightWhite), is lightgray in PC parlance and xvile calls it 7.
What I have called black is what xvile calls 0.
- [vile] Colour problem with vile on upgrade from Xubuntu 13.10 to Xubuntu 14.04,
Chris Green <=