The version of gvim that Benji currently makes available for Mac OS X
does not support the netbeans interface. Does someone see a possibility
to make it work?
I have made it a lot easier to install Agide on the Mac. See:
Unfortunately, this is quite useless when you can't start and
remote-control an editor. If this works Agide can be used for debugging
The code for GTK can be used as an example. It shouldn't be very
difficult, there is not much system-specific code.
If supporting the Netbeans interface is too complicated, perhaps the
client-server code can be supported? That would be nice anyway, because
it allows remote controlling Vim. This also shouldn't be too difficult,
since Mac OS X is just like Unix for non-GUI things.
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