I'm programming Bash scripts using Vim in Ubuntu 16.04 (on Windows Subsystem for Linux).
The filename ends in
.sh and the first line of the file is
When I wrote this command
rm -rf /tmp/* ~~~
-rf is shown in red (I use underlying tildes to point it out). I guess it's because Vim detected that
-rm is a dangerous option when supplied to
Later I wrote this:
tmpDir=$(mktemp "tmp-XXXXXX") ~~~~~~
and Vim confusingly marked
mktemp as red.
Why is that? Can I stop Vim from marking this very word as red?