36566RE: WinXP right-click edit menu
- Feb 5, 2003The only thing I can find in this directory is:
11/13/2001 3:01a 39 .cvsignore
8/04/2002 4:25p 23,784 gvimext.cpp
1/16/2000 7:41p 191 gvimext.def
8/04/2002 4:25p 4,319 gvimext.h
8/20/2000 6:06p 588 gvimext.inf
9/02/2001 4:45p 2,795 gvimext.rc
2/25/2002 11:44a 749 GvimExt.reg
8/27/2001 5:13p 601 Makefile
9/02/2001 4:45p 297 Make_bc5.mak
3/11/2002 6:16p 4,174 README.txt
1/16/2000 7:41p 410 resource.h
1/16/2000 7:41p 66 uninst.bat
I only see a borland mak file.
I use CVS to get the source.
I am missing something? I use Microsoft to compile.
From: Dan Sharp [mailto:dwsharp@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 1:15 PM
To: vim@...; vim@...
Subject: RE: WinXP right-click edit menu
> > Also, as of patch 6.1.149, you can automatically select 2-4 files
> > and open them in diff mode with the "Diff with Vim" option. Really
> > nice for quickly
> > comparing different versions of a file.
>I don't seem to have this feature even though I'm running 6.1.284. I
>see "Edit with multiple Vims", and "Edit with single Vim", but not
>with Vim". Am I missing anything?You will need to compile gvimext.dll separately, since it is not done
>This would be one of the features I've been craving for. 8-)
automatically by the Vim makefiles. Look in the vim61\gvimext directory
the source. You can use the MSVC++ or Borland compilers, or if you have
time, you could lok at the vim-dev archives from last month and get the
patches to compile gvimext.dll with the MinGW compiler. The README.txt
that same directory should get you going.
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