17074Re: matchit.vim et cetera
- Jan 1, 2001Bram Moolenaar wrote:
>2. It's not a big deal, just a matter of convenience. Consider
> Benji Fisher wrote:
> > 2. request: it would be convenient if search() had a flag giving the
> > default (forward) behavior, as in
> > :call search("foo", "f")
> Eh, why? If you leave out "b" it will search forward.
> > In fact, I would prefer "?" and "/" instead of "b" and "f".
> That's a matter of taste.
> > 3. compilation woes: The README files say that there is a vim*.zip file
> > containing the sources for dos-like systems. I could not find this for
> > vim 6.0q; are these distributions only made for use releases?
> Yes. All the files are in the Unix src and the extra archives. You could
> generate the dos-source archive from this yourself.
> > Using MS VC++ 6.0, I could not compile from the command line (probably
> > because include files were not in my path) so I tried the GUI compiler
> > interface. According to the docs, this should compile gvim by default, but
> > I got the console version.
> For the command line to work you need to run "vcvars32" first.
> For gvim you need to use Make_gvc.mak. It can be converted into a project to
> use in the VC-GUI. Make_mvc.mak produces a console version by default, but
> can also make other versions. I don't think it can be converted into a
> project, which makes debugging difficult. (I only have MSVC 5.0, but I don't
> think 6.0 is different).
MyFoo("forward") and YourFoo("backward"):
if a:direction == "backward"
let flag = "b"
let flag = ""
3. Thanks for the suggestions. I'll save this for the next time I want to
compile. Unfortunately, when I run vcvars32, I get "Out of environment
space" warnings, so I doubt it did any good. Maybe some day I will get
Linux to talk to my modem and start using a real OS...
You are right: I used Make_mvc.mak instead of Make_gvc.mak . My
mistake (or "missed make" ;).
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