reserved words in vi(m)

Kwan Lowe kwan at
Mon Nov 10 03:29:08 UTC 2003

> When I was editing my /etc/fstab this morning, I noticed there are at
> least two defined fs_mntops values which vim displays differently than
> others. Most defined values in the fs_type and fs_mntops fields are
> green, but 'loop' and 'users' are either white on a red background (if
> the first option) or white on the default background (if not the first
> option).
> What file controls the color displays of these reserved words?

The files in /usr/share/vim/vim62/syntax control coloration.

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