338Re: vim-6.0t: patch for Cygwin of Japanese Windows
- Jan 23, 2001Yasushi Higuchi wrote:
> On Tue, 23 Jan 2001 19:16:01 +0100OK, so you used the Unix Makefile on purpose.
> Bram Moolenaar <Bram@...> wrote:
> >I assume you have used the Unix Makefile instead of Make_cyg.mak. Otherwise
> >WIN32 would have been defined. Is there a specific reason to use the Unix
> >Makefile? Did you try using Make_cyg.mak?
> vim.exe made by Make_cyg.mak is pure Win32 application.
> In other words, the virtual tty of Cygwin isn't used to use
> Console API directly.
> When inetd for Cygwin is used, login is done with telnet, and it
> can't be used.
> But, vim.exe that it was formed with Unix Makefile can be used.
> sample screenshot:
I wonder if there are more places where "#ifdef WIN32" is used should also
check for __CYGWIN__. Would there be a general rule?
Perhaps it's better to use some other define for code that's used both for
Unix and WIN32 with the Unix Makefile. WIN32UNIX?
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