> I have for a long time wanted to split MacVim into a view framework
> and an actual app. This way I could maintain MacVim as a "pure" gvim
> for Mac and anybody wishing to trick it out with drawers etc could
> simply reuse the view framework. I even started working on this last
> summer but got bitten by the "version 2.0 bug" (tried rewriting from
> scratch and ran out of time/energy).
Concerning your desire to refactor and create a view framework ... have you ever considered trying to get crowd funding/support to help with the time/energy problem :) Marijn Haverbeke did just this for his [Tern project] (http://ternjs.net) and it seems to be working out quite well! I would love to see this happen, that is the only reason I am inquiring.
Thanks for all your work on MacVim,
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