12681Re: python 2.7 support
- Aug 6, 2011On 5 August 2011 20:55, Daenney wrote:
> According to what I've picked up vim 7.3+ is built against Python 2.7.The reason why I link against 2.6 is because I want the snapshot to
> However, the latest snapshot (61) of MacVim still gives us Python
> 2.6.6 which is a shame since Lion ships with 2.7.
> Any chance the build can be updated to reflect those changes?
run on Snow Leopard as well. In order to link against 2.7 I would
have to build one snapshot for Lion and a separate snapshot for Snow
Leopard. This is a hassle.
That being said, building snapshot 61 as a Snow Leopard + Lion binary
was also a pain in the neck. For the next snapshot I will evaluate
whether building two binaries is actually simpler or not. I can't say
I'm happy with the current "pick the correct version for your OS"
download circus that MacVim users have to go through, but I don't have
the time/energy to do anything about it (and it leads to linking
issues like the OP mentioned, of course).
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