I've managed to get the top part of the file fixed with
Perhaps there's another line I could add to the pug syntax file that would let it know how template strings work. The file is here: https://github.com/digitaltoad/vim-pug/blob/master/syntax/pug.vim
Anyone with better Regex skills than me out there?
I'm using neovim for lots of web dev, and I'm having trouble with pug syntax highlighting.
The JS is just in plain white text. Here's my vimrc: https://gist.github.com/wamoyo/34405c4672c89dbfded62ea34134003b
And I haven't edited the pug.vim file or anything like that. But I have messed around a bit with the xoria256.vim colorscheme file, adding this to the bottom:
" hi jsBooleanTrue ctermfg=41 " hi jsBooleanFalse ctermfg=174 " hi jsString ctermfg=229 " hi jsComment ctermfg=244 hi jsGlobalObjects ctermfg=256 hi jsGlobalNodeObjects ctermfg=256 " hi jsExceptions ctermfg=256 " hi jsThis ctermfg=256 " hi jsPrototype ctermfg=256 " hi jsHtmlEvents ctermfg=256 " hi jsDecorator ctermfg=146 " hi jsSpecial ctermfg=180 " hi jsFloat ctermfg=180 " hi jsNan ctermfg=180 " hi jsTemplateVar ctermfg=251 " hi jsTemplateBraces ctermfg=146 " hi jsDecoratorFunction ctermfg=182 " hi jsRegexpString ctermfg=180 " hi jsRegexpBoundary ctermfg=180 " hi jsRegexpQuantifier ctermfg=180 " hi jsRegexpOr ctermfg=180 " hi jsRegexpMod ctermfg=180 " hi jsRegexpBackRef ctermfg=180 " hi jsRegexpGroup ctermfg=180 " hi jsRegexpCharClass ctermfg=180
On the old laptop, I didn't have any of those commented out, but the new laptop seems to support more colors in the gnome terminal.
This line from
pug.vim seems relevant:
Lines 6-16 above are using the syntax group
Actually, I know it's not those edits in the xoria256.vim file, because I have the same issue with other colorschemes.
I'm also happy to switch colorschemes if there's one that handles html5, css, and ES6 really nicely.