5700Re: State of the current code
- Dec 1, 2007Hey Nico:
Thanks for the response. I do have the right git repo but I guess I
needed to run the configure script first. I will do that right now and
should be back on track.
On Nov 30, 11:47 pm, Nico Weber <nicolaswe...@...> wrote:
> > I plan on doing some MacVim testing but wanted to clear a few things.
> > I just pulled the latest code and notices no more toolbar, tabs don't
> > show up instead we get a drawer listing all the tabs.
> where did you get the code from? This sounds like the carbon gui. Make
> sure you got the code from the MacVim git repository. You also have to
> build both vim and MacVim. And you have to make sure you configure vim
> correctly, so that it uses the MacVim gui (sometimes after a `git
> pull` you have to rerun configure).
> See here for more information:http://code.google.com/p/macvim/wiki/Building
> > Is the code in such a large state of flux that I should hold off
> > testing, and mostly using what is in the git repo? let me know so I
> > can arrange my time.
> I don't understand your question. MacVim code only lives in its git
> repo. The official vim code only comes with the old carbon gui. The
> code in the git repository is in some kind of flux, but only because
> stuff gets added.
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