syntax_check_embedded_perl.vim : automatically check the syntax of embedded perl code in vim scripts on save
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|This script eases development of vim scripts that use embedded perl code by automatically checking the embedded perl code for compile-time errors when the scripts are saved.
So if you save a file with a syntax error you will get a message something like this:
:!~/.vim/syntax_check_embedded_perl.perl /some/file.vim /tmp/BjPcoMnIoe
Global symbol "$syn_error_var" requires explicit package name at /some/file.vim line 42.
BEGIN not safe after errors--compilation aborted at /some/file.vim line 46.
/some/file.vim has embedded perl compilation errors. The file has been saved anyway, but a copy of the old (pre-save) version of the file is available in /tmp/BjPcoMnIoe
shell returned 1
Press ENTER or type command to continue
This supports a style of programming where source files are kept with
valid syntax. This is a particularly useful approach when embedding perl
in vim as error propagation up through vim can get a bit wild.
See also http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=3406 for better
run-time error diagnostics.
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