Re: autoconf for Carbon Vim (v7)
- Eric Kow wrote:
> I'd like to propose v7 of my Mac OS X autoconf patch for vim. ThisThanks for making the update. Since I can now try out compiling Vim on
> version incorporates Peter Cucka's elegant suggestion for using the
> correct gui_mac.rsrc.
> 1) extract vim 6.2: src extra lang
> apply patches vim 6.2.000 to 6.2.056 (works up to 071, i hear)
> 2) extract the attached file
> cd vim62
> patch -p 1 < autoconf_macosx.diff
> cd src
> autoconf -o auto/configure
> 3) ./configure; make; make install
> The resulting Vim.app is in the src directory. Please let me know if it
> works for you.
my Powerbook, I'll include the changes and fix things I notice.
Browsing through the text I already found a few things:
- When no GUI is defined the "install" target doesn't work. Defining
NONE_INSTALL should fix this.
- A few changes for defining symbols like HAVE_PUTENV conflict with what
autoconf detects. Best is to put these in "#ifndef HAVE_CONFIG_H".
Anyway, I think this is the way to go on the long term. Thus it's best
to include this and then continue to improve.
What is the "infplist.xml" file for? Does it need to be included in the
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> Thanks for making the update. Since I can now try out compiling Vim onOk. I'll leave the next version(s) of this patch to you :-)
> my Powerbook, I'll include the changes and fix things I notice.
> What is the "infplist.xml" file for? Does it need to be included in theThis is used to create the Contents/Info.plist in the application
bundle. I believe it is needed, but I don't know for sure.
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