- am 2001-04-19 9:03 Uhr schrieb david craig unter dac@...:
>knows what is really in there:-)
> I just downloaded VIM 5.7.1 [or whatever it is exactly] and the runtime
> archive from Alex's iDisk
>From the Archive name vim57bin26.sea I would guess it is Vim 5.7.26, but who
> When VIM launches, it complains that it can't find "_vim.bracketing".Oops, sorry.
I included my vimrc, maybe I should create a special vimrc for the
> This, of course, is because selfsame file is sourced in vimrc, but isIt is a collection of macros to format brackets.
> nowhere to be found in the distribution. (What is it? Should I care?)
Don't care, just remove the line.
> Forgive me for nitpicking, but it strikes me that a plain vanillaVim is for geeeks only, didn't you now?
> distribution of VIM ought to launch for the first time without error :-)
> [Or is this some sort of geeks-only hazing process?]
A new version with Navigation Service Support (and a fixed vimrc) is on the
way, including a better download page. I hope I find some time this weekend.
> Question, while I'm being annoying: do Axel and Dan ever plan onYou will have noticed that there is a subfolder "Axel" on the iDisk. Since
> deciding what is the "official" MacVIM? Or is there some sort of
> agreement on this?
we have about 20 MB there, it should be possible to have a folder "Dany"
next to it. (Dany has a more recent compiler with newer libraries, thus he
may be able to compile a CodeWarrior Version for Carbon.)
I know of 4 different official versions, compiled with different compilers
and different features. The goal should be to make Vim compile with Apple's
free MPW compiler, then everyone can make a version according to his needs.
(Well, Vim 6.0ab + patches already compiles, but it is lacking many
> I included my vimrc, maybe I should create a special vimrc for theOne that doesn't source files not included, certainly!
> It is a collection of macros to format brackets.Done. Thanks for the info!
> Don't care, just remove the line.
> You will have noticed that there is a subfolder "Axel" on the iDisk. SinceThat would be great! It would be even greater if at the top level there
> we have about 20 MB there, it should be possible to have a folder "Dany"
> next to it.
> I know of 4 different official versions
might be "read me" that all of you wonderful authors had access to in
which you could explain the differences between the different builds, so
people could figure out which of the bleeding-edge versions they need
How about it? Could all of the VIM authors -- or a few of you, at least
-- agree to maintain copies of your current build of VIM on the VIM
iDisk? (If space ran out, it's easy to create additional accounts.)