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  1. I used the solution here: https://www.doulos.com/knowhow/sysverilog/editing/And it works now. I have created the ftdetect, indent, and syntax folders in ~/.vim as that example suggests. And I've put following in my ~/.vimrc file: filetype plugin indent on syntax on That solution seems similar to the solution here though, developed by same authors. Babak
  2. Hi, Since my last post, I still have some problems with this. The problem happens when I've opened a few files with .sv and .svh extension in gvim. After switching a few times between the files from 'Buffers' menu in gvim, I lose the highlights. This is what I have in .vimrc: esekilxxen510 [11:06] [verif/xbabzak/sim_dl] -> cat ~/.vimrc au BufNewFile,BufRead *.sv,*.svh,*.vh,*.v so ~/.vim/syntax/verilog_systemverilog.vim set backspace=2 set hlsearch set nu BR, Babak
  3. babak81

    UVM-ML Open Architecture

    A well written, and well maintained library, written by a group who are clearly experts in the subject. Hope to see it grow.
  4. Perfect! Thanks, yes it resolved it. This is indeed a useful plug-in. Thanks for providing it.
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