58255Re: [patch] Modern UI upgrade for Vim NSIS installer
- Aug 1, 2010On Sat, Jul 31, 2010 at 11:57 PM, gongqian li <gongqian@...> wrote:
> What about a portable version like the one created inI checked the web site you mentioned. It seems that's a different
> http://portableapps.com/news/2009-10-13_-_gvim_portable_7.2%c2%a0which doesn't
> depend on windows registry? that will be really nice.
installation system (although it's based on NSIS, if I read
correctly). That means if we build that installer, we may have to
distributed two different installers for Windows. Please note I
have not checked if its license allow us to distribute such
installer directly or not. Anyway, it does not look like I can make
the decision to include such installer in Vim distribution.
That said, I assume you've tried that distribution yourself, I'm
curious about whether it provides shell extension etc. or not. Does
it provides context menu (the "Open with Vim" right mouse click
menu)? If you run "gvim" directly from command line in any
directory, could it launch Vim? Does it provide MS Visual Studio
If answer to all of those questions are no, maybe we can do emulate
that by leaving out some components. But I'm afraid things are more
complex than that.
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