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po.vim : Gettext PO syntax highlighting

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created by
Dwayne Bailey
 
script type
syntax
 
description
This version of po.vim enhances the default PO syntax highlighting within vim to add the following new features and improvements:

* Gettext context entries are highlighted
* Allows spell checking in msgstr

Please test and report bugs or ask for new feature by emailing dwayne@translate.org.za

NOTE: The long list of original features have been upstreamed and are available in a default vim installation.
 
install details
Installing the syntax highlighter
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Place in your local .vim/syntax
or
On Fedora place in /usr/share/vim/vim71/syntax for the new PO highlighting to be available to everyone.  This should be a similar place for other distributions.

Enabling spell checking
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To enable the Afrikaans (af) spell checker type:
:set spell spelllang=af

Now for further help on using spell checking:
:help spell
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
po.vim 20080108 2008-04-07 7.0 Dwayne Bailey Further improvement to spell checking [Contributed by Leonardo Fontenelle]
po.vim 20070823 2007-08-23 7.0 Dwayne Bailey Adds the ability to spell check translated text (Contributed by: Leonardo Fontenelle)
po.vim 20060127 2006-01-27 6.0 Dwayne Bailey * Highlight msgctxt (message context tags) - new in Gettext
* Message context is shown highlighted as a comment
* Unset plural forms in headers are now also highlighted
po.vim 20041113 2004-11-13 6.0 Dwayne Bailey msguniq and msgcat conflicts are highlighted correctly even if the #-#-#-#-# is split over two lines.
po.vim 20040209 2004-02-19 6.0 Dwayne Bailey Initial upload
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