Toralf Wit­tner wrote a good syn­tax file for Clo­jure but I had a hell of a time get­ting it to work on Win­dows, mostly because I’m not very smart and/or I didn’t bother to read the doc­u­men­ta­tion for Vim. So sue me. Regard­less, if you want to use Vim to edit Clo­jure scripts on Win­dows, save the file at the link above into your vimfiles/syntax folder and call it clojure.vim. The file­name isn’t impor­tant but it makes it easy to see what syn­tax files are what. I’m cur­rently just load­ing the file man­u­ally when I code in Clo­jure using :set ft=clojure and boom, you’ve got nice syn­tax highlighting.

You could prob­a­bly set this up to auto­mat­i­cally rec­og­nize .clj file­types and turn syn­tax high­light­ing on for those but I’m going to stick with this small vic­tory first. At least I learned SOMETHING today.