Re: link errors: vim 6.2f on Mac OS X
- MURAOKA Taro wrote:
>>1. I think there is still a "6.0" in infplist.xml . I changed it by hand toI guess I goofed. Thanks for correcting me.
>>"6.2f". IIUC, this file is processed by Make_osx.mak, so it should be possible
>>to do this automatically. Can anyone fix this?
> Do you say about CFBundleInfoDictionaryVersion? This 6.0 doesn't mean
> Vim's version. It represents the version of this file format, and
> shouldn't be changed. This is documented in here.
- On Thursday, May 29, 2003, at 08:36 AM, Benji Fisher wrote:
> I just "open os_mac.rsr.hqx". SE starts up, does its stuff (orMac OS X launch services are so unpredictable, Expander *may* not start
> unstuff ;) and quits. Why not do it from the makefile?
up using just "open filename". (The first time I tried to build Vim,
"open os_mac.rsr.hqx" caused MacLink Plus to start up, not StuffIt
Expander.) "open -a StuffIt\ Expander" would be much safer.
- Rain Dog wrote:
> Patrick Curtain wrote:Is libpython required at run-time or only at link-time? I could install
>> Any reason we don't compile with python support? The mac is shipping
>> with it, fully supported.... does it pose difficulties that prevent
>> including it everywhere?
> Well, it appears that Apple neglected to ship a libpython library.
> Unless that has changed in 10.2.6, which I haven't yet installed,
> there can be no Python support in Vim, unfortunately, without custom
> installation (via Fink, for example).
python from Fink, but I do not want to distribute a binary that fails to start
up on standard OS X systems.
- On Monday, June 2, 2003, at 06:16 AM, Benji Fisher wrote:
> Rain Dog wrote:It's statically linked, so that should work. Just make sure you build
>> Patrick Curtain wrote:
>>> Any reason we don't compile with python support?
>> it appears that Apple neglected to ship a libpython library.
> Is libpython required at run-time or only at link-time? I could
> install python from Fink, but I do not want to distribute a binary
> that fails to start up on standard OS X systems.
a version of libpython.a that's compatible with the runtime files (see
/usr/lib/python2.2/) that ship with OSX. I think OSX's Python is v2.2,
and Fink's is v2.2.2, which I guess is OK.