fitnesse.vim : Syntax coloring for FitNesse Wiki Pages
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|fitnesse.vim is a syntax file (and eventually some filetype specific functions)
for editing FitNesse tests using Vim. It was created to make it easier to work
with FitNesse files. It works great in conjunction with "It's All Text" a
plugin for FireFox (found at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4125).
FitNesse is a collaborative testing tool that uses Wiki markup to create test
scripts as web pages. See http://fitnesse.org for more information.
Syntax coloring supports:
* Numerous keywords in Slim and FitNesse are supported:
scenario, script, Query:, start, check, reject, show, Comment, comment,
!see, !include, !See, null, !define, !include
* Simple collapsible sections (with folding enabled) !** *!, !**> *!
* Table cell delimiter "|"
* Cell contents
* Incomplete cell is error
* Strings in Quotes
* Scenario variables @parametername
* Symbols $symbolname
* Simple WikiWord support
|The files in the Zip file are stored in the same folders they need to be
placed in under the vimfiles folder ( $HOME/.vim/ or %VIM%\vimfils depending
on your OS).
1) Unzip the fitnesse.vim.zip file to the vimfiles folder. Unless you are
customizing the file, you should be OK to overwrite the files.
2) Syntax coloring support must be enabled.
You can do this by adding :syntax enable to your _vimrc or .vimrc file.
3) If you want automatic detection you will need to:
a) Check to see if you have a scripts.vim file already in place. This
file allows post loading checking of files to execute scripts.
b) If you do not have a scripts.vim file in your vimfiles folder, rename
the scripts.vim.add file to scripts.vim.
c) If you do have a scripts.vim file; open the scripts.vim.fitnesse_add
file and copy the text in that file to your scripts.vim file.
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