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This project has been merged into VIM; and I am now the maintainer of the vim filetype=hog

  • Feel free to continue using this however if your vim is out-of-date; not bleeding edge.

Provide better support for Snort configuration files in VIM. Includes

  • Fixed syntax highlighting
  • Automatic indentation following a line continuation ('')
  • Folding of multiline confiugrations (following a line continuation)

To be done:

  • A better README

snort hog Improved vim experience for Snort users.

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Version: ALPHA.1
Author: Victor Roemer
Last Changed: March 10, 2013

==============================================================================
CONTENTS                                                          *hog-contents*

    Intro.....................................|hog-intro|
    Syntax....................................|hog-syntax|
    Indentation...............................|hog-indent|
    Navigation................................|hog-navigation|

==============================================================================
INTRO                                                                *hog-intro*

Note: This is plugin is only a first-pass.

This plugin aims to improve the experience of modifying Snort configuration
and rule files with Vim. 

Provided features
    * Syntax highlighting (compatible with modern versions of Snort)
    * Automatic indentation
    * Navigation mappings

To make full use of the provided functionality, you'll need the following
configurations in your |vimrc|.

    set nocompatible
    filetype plugin indent on
    syntax on

==============================================================================
SYNTAX                                                              *hog-syntax*

This plugin provides syntax highlighting support for modern versions of
Snort's configurations. 

TODO: Fill me out!

Syntax highlighting is defined in the syntax/hog.vim file. 

==============================================================================
INDENTATION                                                         *hog-indent*

Snort configurations, while usually spanning a single line, can span multiple
lines with the use of the line-continuation character '\'.

For example:

    preprocessor stream5_global: \
        track_tcp yes, track_udp no


Upon encountering a line-continuation character, Snort reads past any whitespace,
comments, empty lines and lines only containing comments.

For example, the following configurations are identical:

    preprocessor stream5_global: \ # This is a comment
        #  track_tcp no, track_udp yes
        track_tcp yes, track_udp no

    preprocessor stream5_global: track_tcp yes, track_udp no


This plugin provides intelligent indentation when encountering line-continuations.

TODO: Examples!

==============================================================================
NAVIGATION                                                      *hog-navigation*

The following motions are provided for navigating while in normal mode.

|]]|                      [count] sections forward or to the next config. 

|[[|                      [count] sections backward or to the previous config.


If the matchit plugin is installed (See |matchit-install), the following
motion is enabled by default:

|%|                       Find the end of the config line. (This motion spans
                        line-continuations.)

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