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Arduino syntax file : Syntax file for Arduino .PDE files

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Johannes Hoff
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This syntax file provides syntax highlighting like the Arduino IDE. That is, Arduino specific names like digitalWrite is highlighted in addition to C++ syntax.

The syntax file is automatically generated by my script at http://bitbucket.org/johannes/arduino-vim-syntax

Licensed under the vim license: http://groups.google.com/group/vim_use/browse_thread/thread/bdb036cd8acda1ba/75b353c598a0cd6f?lnk=gst&q=license#75b353c598a0cd6f
install details
Just put the file in your vimfiles/syntax folder. To automatically use it on PDE files, add the following line to your vimrc file (or e.g filetype.vim to install it for all users) :

autocmd! BufNewFile,BufRead *.pde setlocal ft=arduino

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
arduino.vim 9 2015-05-18 7.0 Johannes Hoff Update to version 1.6.4 (thanks for the patch, Niall Parker)
arduino.vim 8 2011-12-23 7.0 Johannes Hoff Update to Arduino version 1.0. (Thanks for the reminder, Claus Kühnel)
arduino.vim 7 2011-06-06 6.0 Johannes Hoff Update to Arduino version 0022. File is now automatically generated.
arduino.vim 6 2011-06-03 6.0 Johannes Hoff Fix spelling of INTERNAL, plus added some new keywords (thanks to Graeme Cross)
arduino.vim 5 2010-12-01 6.0 Johannes Hoff Add a license (the vim license)
arduino.vim 4 2010-11-26 6.0 Johannes Hoff Updated keywords to Arduino version 21 (thanks Adam Obeng)
arduino.vim 3 2010-05-12 6.0 Johannes Hoff Change to unix line endings as in version 1 (thanks Erik Nomitch)
arduino.vim 2 2010-04-05 6.0 Johannes Hoff Cleaning up and adding new keywords (thanks to Rik)
arduino.vim 1 2009-05-24 6.0 Johannes Hoff Initial upload
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