View Full Version : VB.NET syntax highlighting in vim?

April 8th, 2007, 06:55 AM
I have been programming an embedded controller for a robotics project. The programming language for the controller is modelled after Visual Basic .NET. The language is similar enough to VB.NET that I have been comfortable using the VB.NET syntax highlighting in gedit to code. (The controller does have a decent IDE, but I often work on the code on my laptop away from the PC with the license for the IDE, and the editor in the IDE is missing some very useful features like auto completion, grep, ability to view one file while editting another, etc.) I have started to use vim for other tasks, and would consider using it for this if I could have VB.NET systax highlighting. Is this something that is available for vim?

April 9th, 2007, 04:14 PM
For anyone who is interested, I was able to find exactly what I was looking for (vbnet.vim - VB.NET syntax script) at the site below: