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Re: Structure of runtime directory on ftp.vim.org

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... There are a few differences between what is on the ftp server and what is in the distributed archives. I use separate lists for this. I ll check if this
    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 30, 2007
      Bill McCarthy wrote:

      > >> I don't know why, but the spell directory is missing for
      > >> dos/.
      >
      > > Because the files in the spell directory are exactly the
      > > same for Unix and DOS. They are quite big too, thus
      > > saving the space is worth the effort.
      >
      > Thanks for the explanation. Comparing the ftp site's spell
      > directory to the one in my $VIMRUNTIME\spell, I see only
      > these files in common:
      >
      > README.txt
      > README_en.txt
      > en.ascii.spl
      > en.ascii.sug
      > en.latin1.spl
      > en.latin1.sug
      > en.utf-8.spl
      > en.utf-8.sug
      >
      > These files are in $VIMRUNTIME\spell but missing from the
      > ftp site:
      >
      > cleanadd.vim
      > fixdup
      > he.vim
      > main.aap
      > yi.vim
      >
      > The files in the ftp site that are missing from
      > $VIMRUNTIME\spell appear to be only foreign language files.

      There are a few differences between what is on the ftp server and what
      is in the distributed archives. I use separate lists for this. I'll
      check if this can be turned into one list to avoid future changes to
      make them grow differently.

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      73. You give your dog used motherboards instead of bones

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