It looks like my problem with bold terminal fonts was a false alarm. The vim
theme I was testing with
(Tomorrow) seems to only use
bold keywords in gvim. Zenburn
properly uses bold in the terminal.
During my (ongoing) vim experiment, I found myself missing some of the
amenities of haskell-mode for emacs. Namely great syntax highlighting and
pretty good indentation. vim2hs looked
reasonably nice, but did not handle indentation. It also made scrolling very
slow, perhaps because it just does too many fancy things.
haskellmode-vim had slightly
worse syntax highlighting and was also a bit slow; it also did not have much of
an indentation story.
In response, I wrote hasksyn, which has