Re: Antialiased fonts in multibyte Vim.app
- With the build I have, I found this in my gvimrc worked well, and
gives me antialiased fonts.
"set font, antialias, encoding, and term
set nomacatsui anti enc=utf-8 tenc=macroman gfn=Monaco:h11
On Oct 11, 2006, at 10:20 PM, Wojciech Grzemski wrote:
> Is there a way to build the multibyte Vim.app that could display
> antialiased fonts at the same time? I pulled sources from
> tree (I have revision 147 now) and tried building vim with
> couple of
> different build options, used different set of settings in .gvimrc
> and without macatsui, with different settings for termencoding
> etc.) but
> to no avail. I also tried patching the code with the patches that
> sent to the list couple of months ago to the list by Jun T.
> ( http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=vim-mac&m=114907838112145&w=2 ), but
> it does not seem to work with new Xcode :-(
> Thanks in advance for any info, help...
> Wojciech Grzemski <wgrzemski@...> "On Margate Sands..."
- On Wednesday, 2006-10-11, Timothy Reaves wrote:
> With the build I have, I found this in my gvimrc worked well, andWell, could you post (or send me) your build options then? Because if it
> gives me antialiased fonts.
> "set font, antialias, encoding, and term
> set nomacatsui anti enc=utf-8 tenc=macroman gfn=Monaco:h11
*really* works it would be sooo... nice. I mean, I really need multibyte
fonts: Polish, Greek, sometimes some Russian (or German) in the same
file, and non-antialiased font is sometimes really, really hard to read.
On the other hand the antialiased font with your settings *does not*
display correctly multibyte fonts. Just try :digraphs to see how much is
really there, or download any of the Unicode test files from the
internet to see what your copy of Vim can really display. Sorry, if my
previous post was not precise, but this is exactly what I need: a
Vim.app where I can _read_and_write_ UTF-8 encoded files.
All the best,
Wojciech Grzemski <wgrzemski@...> "On Margate Sands..."
- At 10:20 PM -0400 06.10.11, Wojciech Grzemski wrote:
>( http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=vim-mac&m=114907838112145&w=2 ), butWhat kind of problem do you have?
>it does not seem to work with new Xcode :-(
I'm using Xcode2.4, gcc4.0.1.