I have now re-compiled and I have checked that +big feature set is
set. The paste problem is gone, but I don't have any anti-aliasing.
Anyway, a guy posted for some time ago a fix for the anti aliasing problem...
On 4/5/06, Benji Fisher <benji@...> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 05, 2006 at 07:21:27PM +0200, 4mir Salihefendic wrote:
> > On 4/5/06, Chris Fonnesbeck <fonnesbeck@...> wrote:
> > > On 4/5/06, 4mir Salihefendic <amix@...> wrote:
> > > > I just tried to recompile with the big feature set and I still have
> > > > this pasting issue...
> > > > I don't have the rendering problem.
> > > > The version I used was vim-7.0c09 and on PPC 10.4.5.
> I have not tried that version yet, so it is possible that something
> has changed in the last day or two. For now, please check
> to see whether you actually have "big" features (first line or two of
> the output) and +multi_byte +iconv in particular. If you do, I can test
> it on a similar system.
> > > Did you do a "make distclean" beforehand? Compiling with the big
> > > feature set seems to have eliminated the problem here (also on
> > > 10.4.5 and Xcode 2.2.1).
> > I downloaded the zip from the snapshot directory and extracted it on a
> > new place. I.e. I didn't have old files.
> > I don't use Xcode to build it. My gcc version is gcc version 4.0.0
> > 20041026 (Apple Computer, Inc. build 4061).
> The version of Xcode is a convenient way to specify your
> environment. Also, your gcc version does not tell the whole story,
> since the libraries, frameworks, header files also play a big role.
> HTH --Benji Fisher