Turtle syntax highlight for vim
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README.md

Turtle syntax highlight for vim

Copyright (c) 2022 Luís Moreira de Sousa. All rights reserved. Any use of this software constitutes full acceptance of all terms of the document licence.

Description

Syntax highlighting for the Turtle language in the vim file editor.

Installing

Start by cloning this repository:

git clone https://codeberg.org/ldesousa/vim-turtle-syntax.git

Then copy the syntax file to the .vim folder:

cp vim-turtle-syntax/turtle.vim ~/.vim/syntax

Finally add the file type patterns to the .vimrc file:

au BufRead,BufNewFile *.turtle set filetype=turtle 

Generating a new highlight file

The syntax highlight file included in this repository (turtle.vim) is generated automatically with the programme generate.py. It parses the RDF resources set in the config file and adds all the subjects found as vim keywords to the highlighting. Currently, the config file points to OWL and RDFS.

The generate.py programme relies on the RDFLib library. It can be run from a virtual environment:

python3 -m venv env 
pip3 install -r requirements.txt 
python3 generate.py

Licence

This suite of programmes is released under the EUPL 1.2 licence. For full details please consult the LICENCE file.