After some searching for MADS highlighting for Vim, I haven't found nothing useful, so I decided to write something new…
The only solution like this which I found was vim-xasm, the XASM highlighting, but it wouldn't enough good to use with MADS (lack of preprocesor directives and so on)
So, here it is! Completely new plugin, suitable for every serious Atari coder with Vim as his main editor.
(Note: If Vim isn't your primary editor yet, give it a try! But remember, some of your habits will be quickly broken :>)
URL for GitHub Repository (aka "The Giant DOWNLOAD Button"): https://github.com/skrzyp/vim-mads
(of course, if you're not familiar with Git, you can still grab this plugin as archive, but you'll lose the ability to update it when something new will be added/corrected)
- Manually: Put folders syntax and ftdetect in your Vim configs directory:
- Windows: %USERPROFILE%\vimfiles
- Rest of world: ~/.vim
- Recommended: Using Pathogen
Clone this repo into your Vim path:
git clone https://github.com/skrzyp/vim-mads ~/.vim/bundle/vim-mads
Of course, I'm fully open for any suggestions and comments, even if you found any bug or problem, tell me here or make a pull request.
I'm also very interested about any feedback from users.
(sorry, I don't have a code which use a full potential of MADS, but if someone has, send me your pic, please)