959Re: link errors: vim 6.2f on Mac OS X
- May 27, 2003Taro Muraoka wrote:
> Try attached file. I have placed same one at:It is quite late. Although including a few files probably won't hurt
> Extract all files and set those in src directory and do:
> $ make -f Make_osx.mak
> I propose these files to be included in the release package, but is it
> too late?
other systems, it seems we end up with an unorganized bunch of files for
building the Mac versions. This is becoming a bit messy.
At least the INSTALLmac.txt file would need to be updated to explain
what all the files are for. For example, what make program is needed
for this Make_osx.mak? And the file should give the casual user an idea
of what version he will want to build.
Perhaps it should be organized in sections for where you can run the
produced Vim: OS 9, OS X native, OS X with X11, OS X in a terminal?
Then make sub-sections for various compilers, if needed.
The acknowledged parents of reengineering are Michael Hammer and James Champy.
When I say they're the "parents" I don't mean they had sex - and I apologize
for making you think about it. I mean they wrote the best-selling business
book _Reengineering the Corporation_, which was published in 1993.
Businesses flocked to reengineering like frat boys to a drunken
cheerleader. (This analogy wasn't necessary, but I'm trying to get my mind
off that Hammer and Champy thing.)
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