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sqlserver.vim : Syntax file for SQL Server 2005/2008

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created by
Benjamin Hoffstein
 
script type
syntax
 
description
This is a syntax file for SQL Server 2005/2008.  All TSQL and ODBC keywords are included, as well as a comprehensive list of functions, system variables, system stored procedures, server options, and future keywords (as defined by Microsoft).

For complete source history or to file a bug report/issue (please use Wiki tab for this), please visit:
http://github.com/hoffstein/vim-tsql/tree/master
 
install details
1)  Put the sqlserver.vim file in your syntax directory.

On Windows, this is $VIM/vimfiles/syntax or $HOME/vimfiles/syntax.
On Linux, this is $HOME/.vim/syntax or $VIM/vimfiles/syntax.

2) If you want to make this your default syntax file for .sql files, add the following to your vimrc:
    
    let g:sql_type_default = "sqlserver"

3) If you want to associate this syntax file with another extension, add the following to your vimrc (replace "ext" with the desired extension):

    au BufNewFile,BufRead *.ext set filetype=sqlserver

4) The file contains instructions for enabling/disabling several highlighting options (for example, system stored procedures).  By default, all syntax is highlighted.
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
sqlserver.vim 1.0.2 2009-01-13 6.0 Benjamin Hoffstein Corrected highlighting of DATEPART function parameters.
sqlserver.vim 1.0.1 2008-12-04 6.0 Benjamin Hoffstein Added a few missing keywords (PERSISTED, OPENXML), reorganized source file with folding, and updated fileformat to unix.
sqlserver.vim 1.0.0 2008-11-18 6.0 Benjamin Hoffstein Initial upload
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