How to turn on git syntax highlighting on vim on a Mac

I just recently switched over to Mac. On windows I was using git through the msysgit project. When doing a git rebase -i I'm used to get a nice syntax highlighting in vim. I'm missing it badly now that I'm on Mac. How can I get it back?


I just figured out all I need is to create a ~/.vimrc file with a line that reads syntax on

You probably need to set up an autocmd in your .vimrc to recognise the appropriate file as a rebase -i temporary:

autocmd BufNewFile,BufRead git-rebase-todo setf gitrebase

Then you just need to use a syntax file ~/.vim/syntax/gitrebase.vim and put in whatever highlighting commands match your preferences such as the one supplied with recents vims:

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