916yet another new binary for OSX
- Apr 5, 2003Sorry, I goofed. Details below for the curious. Short version:
in the version just uploaded (6.1.435) I no longer try to set the
'fileformats' option from the system vimrc file. If you need to edit
old-style Mac files, add
to your personal vimrc file.
The new version contains a few more official patches. I did not
include the patch to avoid the "Hit ENTER" prompt, since I want to test
whether this is related to some other problems.
I uploaded new versions of Make_osx.mak (to set the creator code
to "VIM!") and mbyte.diff (to be compatible with recent official
patches). As usual, the place for all this is
When the system vimrc is read, vim is in 'compatible' mode, and
'fileformats' is set to its vi default (empty). After
it is set to "mac". If 'nocompatible' is later set (e.g., because Vim
finds a user vimrc file) then, since this option has already been
modified, it never gets set to its vim default of "unix,dos". I
should'a known better!
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