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[edit] 1 Literate Programming with Vim

[edit] 1.1 lhaskell.vim

For highlighting of Literate Haskell files in vim, here's the latest (as of April 29th, 2009) version of lhaskell.vim for your reference:

" Vim syntax file
" Language:		Haskell with literate comments, Bird style,
"			TeX style and plain text surrounding
"			\begin{code} \end{code} blocks
" Maintainer:		Haskell Cafe mailinglist <>
" Original Author:	Arthur van Leeuwen <>
" Last Change:		2009 Apr 29
" Version:		1.03
" Thanks to Ian Lynagh for thoughtful comments on initial versions and
" for the inspiration for writing this in the first place.
" This style guesses as to the type of markup used in a literate haskell
" file and will highlight (La)TeX markup if it finds any
" This behaviour can be overridden, both glabally and locally using
" the lhs_markup variable or b:lhs_markup variable respectively.
" lhs_markup	    must be set to either  tex	or  none  to indicate that
"		    you always want (La)TeX highlighting or no highlighting
"		    must not be set to let the highlighting be guessed
" b:lhs_markup	    must be set to eiterh  tex	or  none  to indicate that
"		    you want (La)TeX highlighting or no highlighting for
"		    this particular buffer
"		    must not be set to let the highlighting be guessed
" 2004 February 18: New version, based on Ian Lynagh's TeX guessing
"		    lhaskell.vim, cweb.vim, tex.vim, sh.vim and fortran.vim
" 2004 February 20: Cleaned up the guessing and overriding a bit
" 2004 February 23: Cleaned up syntax highlighting for \begin{code} and
"		    \end{code}, added some clarification to the attributions
" 2008 July 1:      Removed % from guess list, as it totally breaks plain
"                   text markup guessing
" 2009 April 29:    Fixed highlighting breakage in TeX mode, 
"                   thanks to Kalman Noel

" For version 5.x: Clear all syntax items
" For version 6.x: Quit when a syntax file was already loaded
if version < 600
  syntax clear
elseif exists("b:current_syntax")

" First off, see if we can inherit a user preference for lhs_markup
if !exists("b:lhs_markup")
    if exists("lhs_markup")
	if lhs_markup =~ '\<\%(tex\|none\)\>'
	    let b:lhs_markup = matchstr(lhs_markup,'\<\%(tex\|none\)\>')
	    echohl WarningMsg | echo "Unknown value of lhs_markup" | echohl None
	    let b:lhs_markup = "unknown"
	let b:lhs_markup = "unknown"
    if b:lhs_markup !~ '\<\%(tex\|none\)\>'
	let b:lhs_markup = "unknown"

" Remember where the cursor is, and go to upperleft
let s:oldline=line(".")
let s:oldcolumn=col(".")
call cursor(1,1)

" If no user preference, scan buffer for our guess of the markup to
" highlight. We only differentiate between TeX and plain markup, where
" plain is not highlighted. The heuristic for finding TeX markup is if
" one of the following occurs anywhere in the file:
"   - \documentclass
"   - \begin{env}       (for env != code)
"   - \part, \chapter, \section, \subsection, \subsubsection, etc
if b:lhs_markup == "unknown"
    if search('\\documentclass\|\\begin{\(code}\)\@!\|\\\(sub\)*section\|\\chapter|\\part','W') != 0
	let b:lhs_markup = "tex"
	let b:lhs_markup = "plain"

" If user wants us to highlight TeX syntax or guess thinks it's TeX, read it.
if b:lhs_markup == "tex"
    if version < 600
	source <sfile>:p:h/tex.vim
	set isk+=_
	runtime! syntax/tex.vim
	unlet b:current_syntax
	" Tex.vim removes "_" from 'iskeyword', but we need it for Haskell.
	setlocal isk+=_

" Literate Haskell is Haskell in between text, so at least read Haskell
" highlighting
if version < 600
    syntax include @haskellTop <sfile>:p:h/haskell.vim
    syntax include @haskellTop syntax/haskell.vim

syntax cluster lhsTeXContainer contains=tex.*Zone,texAbstract
syntax region lhsHaskellBirdTrack start="^>" end="\%(^[^>]\)\@=" contains=@haskellTop,lhsBirdTrack containedin=@lhsTeXContainer
syntax region lhsHaskellBeginEndBlock start="^\\begin{code}\s*$" matchgroup=NONE end="\%(^\\end{code}.*$\)\@=" contains=@haskellTop,@beginCode containedin=@lhsTeXContainer

syntax match lhsBirdTrack "^>" contained

syntax match beginCodeBegin "^\\begin" nextgroup=beginCodeCode contained
syntax region beginCodeCode  matchgroup=texDelimiter start="{" end="}"
syntax cluster beginCode    contains=beginCodeBegin,beginCodeCode

" Define the default highlighting.
" For version 5.7 and earlier: only when not done already
" For version 5.8 and later: only when an item doesn't have highlighting yet
if version >= 508 || !exists("did_tex_syntax_inits")
  if version < 508
    let did_tex_syntax_inits = 1
    command -nargs=+ HiLink hi link <args>
    command -nargs=+ HiLink hi def link <args>

  HiLink lhsBirdTrack Comment

  HiLink beginCodeBegin	      texCmdName
  HiLink beginCodeCode	      texSection

  delcommand HiLink

" Restore cursor to original position, as it may have been disturbed
" by the searches in our guessing code
call cursor (s:oldline, s:oldcolumn)

unlet s:oldline
unlet s:oldcolumn

let b:current_syntax = "lhaskell"

" vim: ts=8

[edit] 1.1.1 An alternate lhaskell.vim

Here's an alternate version. This doesn't try to highlight tex, it just marks literate comments as regular comments. It does make an extra effort to highlight "part" "section" and "chapter."

" Vim syntax file
" Language:     Haskell with literate comments
" Original Author:      John Williams <>
" Maintainer:   Christopher Lane Hinson <>
" Changes:      1998 November 7         original
"               2008 February 10        support literate haskell in the latex style

" For version 5.x: Clear all syntax items
" For version 6.x: Quit when a syntax file was already loaded
if version < 600
  syntax clear
elseif exists("b:current_syntax")

" Include standard Haskell highlighting
syntax include @haskellTop syntax/haskell.vim

" Everything is a comment unless preceeded by > or
" bracketed by \begin{code} and \end{code}
" We have to go back and explicitly label >, \begin{code}, and \end{code} as comments
syn region  hsLiterateComment   start="\%^"     end="\%$" contains=hsBirdTrackLine,hsBeginEndZone,hsSectionHeaders
syn region  hsBirdTrackLine     start="^>"      end="\_$" contained contains=@haskellTop,hsLiterateCommentMarkers
syn region  hsBeginEndZone      start="\\begin{code}"   end="\\end{code}" keepend contained contains=@haskellTop,hsLiterateCommentMarkers
syn match   hsLiterateCommentMarkers "^>\|\\begin{code}\|\\end{code}" contained

syn region  hsSectionHeaders    start="\\\(sub\)\?\(section\|paragraph\){\|\\part{\|\\chapter"  end="}" contained

hi link hsLiterateCommentMarkers Comment

hi link hsSectionHeaders Title

let b:current_syntax = "lhs"