loads the syntax with the given name, and colors the current buffer accordingly.
If the optional name argument is not specified, you are
prompted for one. The current one, if set, is suggested as the
default. Use the Tab key for a requester of the extant
syntax recognizers. The special name * turns off syntax highlighting for
the current document. Otherwise, name must match a syntax
definition either in your ~/.ne/syntax directory or in a
directory named ‘syntax’ inside
ne’s global directory.
ne has a table mapping common suffixes to
syntax names. If there is no syntax with a given name,
will try to remap the name using the following table (the string
before the colon is the name of the syntax file):
ada: adb, ads asm: s c: c++, cc, cpp, h, h++ hpp, l, lex, y, yacc cobol: cbl, cob csh: tcsh diff: patch fortran: f, for html: htm java: js lisp: el, lsp mason: mas ocaml: ml, mli pascal: p, pas perl: pl, pm ps: eps puppet: pp python: py, sage rexx: rex ruby: rb sh: bash, bash_login, bash_logout, bash_profile, bashrc, ksh, profile, rc skill: il tex: latex, dtx, sty texinfo: texi, txi troff: 1 verilog: v, vh, vhd xml: xsd