Nicolas Weber wrote:
> I've written a gui tabline implementation for mac vim. I've been
> using it for three weeks for now, it seems to work quite good, even
> the required context menu is included ;-). The patch against vim7 svn
> is attached, apply it with -p1. You can find some notes I wrote when
> I implemented it here (there's a screenshot as well):
> The attached patch contains the drawer implementation.
> This is the first time I'm submitting a patch (and the first time I
> played with vim's code), so I'm thankful for all comments...
Thanks for making this patch. Before including it I'll await comments
> Another question: I'm playing with the thought of porting the mac vim
> port to carbon events (currently it uses a seriously deprecated event
> handling method). Furthermore, I'd like to use HIView for the gui
> stuff (the latter change would make vim dependent on OS X 10.2,
> currently it requires 10.0). Are there any chances a patch for these
> things would be accepted?
I would think hardly anyone uses 10.0 or 10.1. Using 10.2 as the
minimum version should be OK. We dropped OS 9 support a while ago.
Before changing code for new features, I hope the current problems with
ATSUI can be fixed. And a few other known bugs.
If Microsoft would build a car...
... The airbag system would ask "are you SURE?" before deploying.
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