Re: Building Vim for Windows (like "Vim Without Cream")
- On Sun, Aug 26, 2012 at 4:27 PM, Michael Henry <vim@...> wrote:
> On 08/25/2012 02:54 PM, Steve Hall wrote:Ok, build sources are updated. A few hints:
>> On Sat, Aug 25, 2012 at 10:02 AM, Michael Henry <vim@...> wrote:
>>> Ideally, I'd like to replicate the "Vim Without Cream" build
>> I'm the author and will be glad to help as much as I can. We keep our
>> build source in CVS:
>> Sadly, this is all a bit out of date. BUT, I have completely updated
>> code and a simple installation guide at work I can push up Monday.
> That would be very helpful; thanks!
build.bat This goes in your build directory. It copies vim-build.bat
to it and then calls it. Useful when your developing
gvim.nsi The Nullsoft Installer script used to build the .exe. As
much as possible it references variables set in the build
script so that it doesn't really need to be edited unless
you are trying to change the behavior of the actual
*.bmp Pretty graphics I made for our installer and our Vim toolbar.
vim-build.bat The actual build script, you'll definitely need to edit
the ENVIRONMENT section to set paths, versions, etc. This
is where everything happens and most likely where every
problem will be fixed. :)
vim-build-INSTALLS.txt A cheat sheet of required dependencies.
I've got about 10 years in these files. They've become durable enough
that I sometimes don't remember how they work in places. But let me
know if you have any questions and I'll dig back into them.
I would greatly appreciate any help you can give us to fix Ruby, TCL,
Steve Hall [ digitect dancingpaper com ]
:: Cream for Vim http://cream.sourceforge.net
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