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glsl.vim : Syntax file for the OpenGL Shading Language GLSL GLSlang

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created by
Nathan Cournia
 
script type
syntax
 
description
Syntax file for the OpenGL Shading Language.  The following is highlighted (as defined in the
Orange Book):

  - All gl_ variables
  - All built-in functions
  - All keywords

The syntax file was modified from c.vim, so you can expect that your GLSL shaders
will be highlighted similar to C files.

All reserverd keywords (that GLSL currently does not use) are highlighted as errors.

Keywords: glsl glslang opengl shading language
 
install details
Place glsl.vim in your syntax directory:

cp glsl.vim $HOME/.vim/syntax/.

Enable highlighting with glsl.vim in your .vimrc with:

au BufNewFile,BufRead *.frag,*.vert,*.fp,*.vp,*.glsl setf glsl

or explicitly set the syntax with:

set syntax=glsl
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
glsl.vim 1.10.00 2004-06-30 6.0 Nathan Cournia - Updated syntax to match GLSL 1.10.59
- Swizzles no longer conflict with structure member vars.
  For example: the .s in gl_Light[0].shininess is no
  longer incorrectly highlighted. (Thanks Nico Galoppo)
glsl.vim 1.00.01 2004-06-23 6.0 Nathan Cournia - The following are now highlighted correctly:
    - .p swizzle
    - gl_MultiTexCoordN
glsl.vim 1 2004-06-04 6.0 Nathan Cournia Initial upload
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