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pt.vim.gz : Syntax file for Synopsys PrimeTime tcl

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Paul Zimmer
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This is a syntax file for Synopsys' PrimeTime tcl language

** These files are no longer being maintained here **  

Go to my website www.zimmerdesignservices.com for the latest versions.
install details
Nothing special.  Just download and unzip/untar.  There's a README file that shows various ways of hooking it in.

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
pt_2005.06.vim.tgz 2005.06 2006-07-06 6.0 Paul Zimmer Updated for 2005.06.  Several other small enhancements as well.  Dictionary files now included.  I don't always remember to update on this site, so check my website www.zimmerdesignservices.com for latest.
ptstd_200406.vim.tgz 2004.06 2004-08-04 6.0 Paul Zimmer Updated for 2004.06.  Changed script numbering version to match target pt version (so script version is now "2004.06".
pt_200312.vim.tgz 6.14 2004-05-07 6.0 Paul Zimmer For PrimeTime 2003.12 release.  Now also includes a README that show various ways to hook in the file.
pt.vim.gz 6.12 2003-12-07 6.0 Paul Zimmer Updated for PT2003.03
Also, removed some incorrect syntax matches that occurred when Synopsys added package
support.  Haven't tackled the problem of actually parsing the package commands, but I
at least removed the incorrect keywords that had resulted from this change.
pt.vim.gz 6.11 2002-07-30 6.0 Paul Zimmer Updated for pt 2002.03
pt.vim.gz 6.1 2002-04-30 6.0 Paul Zimmer Compatible with vim 6.1
pt.vim.gz 5.8 2002-02-21 5.7 Paul Zimmer Fixed problems with 5.8 inter-operation, hilink, etc
Works much better now.  Doesn't get "lost" much anymore.
pt.vim.gz 5.7 2001-08-27 5.7 Paul Zimmer Initial upload
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