Re: Enable vim color?
Vladimir Strycek(firstname.lastname@example.org) is reported to have said:
> Hi all,
> i used vim before on debian and when i was editing my python scripts ( i
> use vim mainly for python coding ) i've got nice colored syntax and so
> on... here in debian i have only black and white.
> I tried command :syntax enable or :syntax on but it say " Sorry, the
> command is not available in this version: syntax on" but mine version of
> vim is 7.0.122 which is not that old i think.
> Any idea how to enable this ? or better yet any specialized colored
> python editor for console ssh ?
I am runing vim/vim-common 1:7.0-219+1 in testing. ISTR that on a
recent upgrade, I to, lost syntax highlighting. Looking in the .vimrc
I found this, which was commented out.
" Vim5 and later versions support syntax highlighting. Uncommenting the next
" 3 lines enables syntax highlighting by default.
if has("syntax") && &t_Co > 2
au FileType c syntax on
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