Re: Plans for MacVim-6.1?
- At 22:46 Uhr +0100 2002-03-11, Sven Guckes wrote:
>Vim 6.0.17 for Mac OS Classic was released on 2001-10-21 and
>When I look back at the time when I syarted
>supporting Vim then it was also for having
>a version for Mac. But there have not been
>updates for Macs for almost two years now.
>This is bad! Real bad.
announced on this list. Since then there have been some updates, the
last one I still have in my archive was 6.0.127 on 2002-01-13.
There has no 6.1a release because Benji and I have been sending each
other patches but I hope to upload a 6.1b release.
BTW, www.tu-bs.de/~i0080108 is dead, but I can't remove it because I
no longer have access to that site. Guess I have to bribe the admins
to get it removed.
- * david craig <dac@...> [2002-03-13 20:19]:
> > So - what is the plan to get *the* MacVim-6.1 onto the FTP mirrors?that's *exactly* what I meant! *grin*
> Forgive, but ... which *is* "the" MacVIM? I long ago became so
> hopelessly confused by this that I gave up trying to figure it out.
I suppose that *the* MacVim is a binary "with everything" -
and a different binary for each platform, of course.
- At 19:49 Uhr +0100 2002-03-12, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> > And I'd rather save my time of updating theI promise to add a web page when I release 6.1b:-) And I will include
>> page telling users to download one of four
>> or even five experimental versions or keep
>> them waiting until the next release.
>You help users best by explaining which version is useful for which
a link to Benji's page for MacOS X users.
>A console and GUI version for each platform, at least. And perhapsThere will be no console version for pre-MacOS X, I can promise that as well:-)
>compiled with different features (minimal, multi-byte, big, etc.).
>That's all fine, so long as it's clear for a user which one he would
>like to download.
I don't think a small version for PPC is useful, these machines are
quite powerful and have a lot of memory. (Next someone with a PMac
6100 will complain.) But I'm trying to build a small version for
68000. These machines are definatly slow and don't have a lot of