Re: new Vim binary for Mac OS X
- On Wednesday, December 5, 2001, at 12:49 PM, Ken Scott wrote:
> [snip]I agree on all points. Now, why doesn't it work for me? I already
> The updated "V" with the thicker bar looks nice.
> I really, really like the icon with the tag at the top. However, the
> matching version, without the tag, looks unbalanced (the icon is too
> Is that particular version supposed to be used, or is it just a template
> for further expansion of file types?
> As far as filetypes, VIM is guaranteed. I would think that we could
> potentially need an icon for every filetype that Vim understands syntax
> for. I'm not sure just how much work that is, or if it would be
> to have Vim registered to be the editor for all those filetypes.
> Even if the filetypes aren't registered, it might be nice to have the
> icons available to be used on a file-by-file basis.
> Thanks for the great work!
edited Vim.app/Contents/Info.plist and I just installed a new
txt.icns . When I
% open txt.icns
the new icon comes up in Preview.app, so it looks as though I did not
make a mistake there. I tried moving and copying Vim.app, and I tried
restarting the Finder. (I did not yet try logging out and in again.) I
made a new file foo.txt with Vim.app, but it still has the old icon.
P.S. I may post a new binary tomorrow, with drag-and-drop enabled.
Dany, is there any chance of addressing the problem with :browse real