Kenichi Asai wrote:
> >> (1) Compilation Warning for Vim 68k
> >I see the problem. It looks like this change is required:
> The warning has now disappeared with this patch. (But I do not
> know what the code here actually does. Thus, I can only report that
> the warning disappeared.)
In version 5.6 the argument to gui_send_mouse_event() was MOUSE_LEFT. When
USE_CTRLCLICKMENU is not defined it should stay that way, thus vimButton must
be initialised to MOUSE_LEFT.
> >Please tell me what to include in the distribution. Preferably something
> >that will work for most people and isn't a binary file. Perhaps
> I would recommend to include Dany's
> possibly renaming it to os_mac.cw5.sit.hqx. (I would also want to
> rename the archived project file "vim-5.6.mcp" to "vim.mcp" or
> something.) But this choice might exclude those who work on older
> versions of CodeWarrior. I do not know if there is any common format
> for the new and old CodeWarrior project files.
I recall that someone mentioned that they are not compatible. Since I don't
want to include too many files, I would prefer to include one that works for
most people. Including that os_mac.cw5.sit.hqx file sounds alright to me.
Anyone care to comment on this?
> >Could you make this a bit more verbose and in a form I can include it in the
> >src/README.mac file? I'm sure this will help many people trying to compile
> >Vim on their Mac.
> I attach below a tentative src/INSTALL.mac file, which I made from the
> original src/INSTALL.mac. Please revise it, add missing information,
> correct my English, or do whatever you want.
Looks good, I'll include it. The extension .mac make Vim detect the wrong
file type, I'll rename it to INSTALL_mac.txt.
> In particular,
> - I do not know if this note is still necessary:
> >NOTE: Users of more recent CodeWarrior version may have to reset the library
> > path, and change the mch_delay in os_mac.c so the finalTick is unsigned.
> I did not have to do this with my CodeWarrior.
I have no idea. If anyone knows this, please let us know.
> - Perhaps, we want to rename the file to "src/COMPILE.mac" and change
> the header to:
> >COMPILE - Compilation of Vim on Macintosh
> rather than INSTALL.
This is a historic thing. The "autoconf" stuff always uses the "INSTALL" file
for these intstructions, even though it's about compiling from sources. I
have added remarks in the README*.txt files in the top directory, anyone who
reads this will find the hint about the INSTALL files. I think that renaming
the files to COMPILE* will confuse more people that it will help people.
hundred-and-one symptoms of being an internet addict:
11. You find yourself typing "com" after every period when using a word
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