Force a particular Vim syntax to match a chosen language.
+ ReloadColourScheme Link:|TagHL-ReloadColourScheme|
+ Automatically reload the colour scheme after reading types.
What to include in the generated types file
+ ReloadColourScheme *TagHL-ReloadColourScheme*
+ If this option is set to True or 1, the colour scheme will be reloaded
+ automatically after the types file has been read. This is done by
+ :exe "colorscheme" g:colors_name
+ so only works if your colour scheme defines g:colors_name (most do).
+ It is provided as a work-around for a bug that is seen on some
+ versions of gvim whereby the colours aren't shown properly on startup.
+ I haven't got to the bottom of this bug, so am providing this
+ work-around as a fix in the meantime.
Any (python) regular expressions listed in this option will be matched
against any keyword names found in the tags file. If they match, the
languages when generating types files. Initially
the reserved keywords have been recorded for C++,
Python, Java and C#. Thanks to Alexey Radkov and
- Alan Warren for the suggestions.
+ Alan Warren for the suggestions. Added a
+ work-around for an issue with the colour scheme
+ information not being shown on some gvim
+ implementations on startup (reported by Walker
2.1.5: 20th February 2012 : Added support for Scala (thanks to Lee Gauthier).