55640Re: The list on vim-patches page
- Dec 13, 2009On 13/12/09 23:07, Suresh Govindachar wrote:
>It would, though in some cases it's quite obvious from the description:
> It would help if the items listed on the "vim-patches" page mentioned any restrictions on OS
"Using Vim as editor within MS Visual Studio" is useless without MS
Visual Studio (which I suppose means MS-Windows) while vimGDB means yu
debug with gdb (and probably compile with gcc) which can mean either a
Unix-like installation (including, I presume, Mac OS X), or MinGW or
maybe Cygwin on a W32 system. Similarly, "Console cygwin Vim using W32
clipboard" is quite obviously for one particular platform only.
Apart from the three above-mentioned patches, I expect that the other
ones on that page are probably OS-agnostic (but I could be wrong). If
there are any more restrictions, I agree that the patch descriptions
ought to mention them.
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