161[vim-mac] Re: Practical development of Mac vim
- Feb 4, 2001Dany -
> Are your in VI compatible mode? The option.h from 6.0r is causing the ViI'll include this.
> compatible mode to misbehave, at line 60 the code should look like:
> # ifdef USE_CR
> # define DFLT_FF "mac"
> # define DFLT_FFS_VIM "mac,unix,dos"
> # define DFLT_FFS_VI "mac,unix,dos"
> # define DFLT_TEXTAUTO TRUE
> # else
> # define DFLT_FF "unix"
> # define DFLT_FFS_VIM "unix,dos"
> # define DFLT_FFS_VI ""
> # define DFLT_TEXTAUTO FALSE
> # endif
> Didn't look at that yet, but the previous versions of explorer.vim or itsThe explorer.vim now only uses Vim functions, so that it is better portable.
> precursors were using to many shell command to even take a look at the
We are still working on this, we only recently made it work on MS-Windows.
> On the backslash note, syntax.vim (from version 6.0r) need a tiny change atThis construction is used in many places. We wouldn't want to put
> line 19. Strangely enough, the / to : doesn't seem required just a few line
> above... (Man, I really need to cleanuo the filename convcersion code...)
> " Load the Syntax autocommands and set the default methods for highlighting.
> if has("mac")
> runtime syntax:synload.vim
> runtime syntax/synload.vim
'if has("mac")' in all scripts that use ":runtime". Please find out how to
solve this in the source code.
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