+ The python part of |TagHighlight| can be run in a number of ways,
+ depending on your system configuration. For most users, this should
+ be handled completely automatically, but if you want to customise
+ things, this option is the best way to start. There are currently
+ four supported python variants:
+ if_pyth3: When using this variant, the python code will be run
+ using the Python 3.x interface built into Vim. If using
+ a Vim that is compiled with +python/dyn and
+ +python3/dyn, be aware that this may cause problems if
+ you want to use the python 2.x interface. See the
+ details on case 4 under |:py3file|.
+ if_pyth: When using this variant, the python code will be run
+ using the Python 2.x (at least version 2.6 required)
+ interface built into Vim. See the comments above
+ regarding potential conflicts between the two python
+ python: When using this variant. the python code will be run
+ using the version of python that is in the path or
+ specified with the option |TagHL-PathToPython|.
+ compiled: When using this variant, the compiled executable version
+ of the python part of the plugin will be used (so no
+ system version of python is required). Note that this
+ requires the compiled version to be installed as it is
+ not part of the main distribution. See the installation
+ guide for more information: |TagHighlight-install|.