69714Re: [PATCH] Move more data to if_py_both.h
- May 18, 2013Hi Bram,
2013/05/18 Sat 21:07:52 UTC+9 Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> Xavier de Gaye wrote:There is another example: gui_w48.c.
> > On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 11:56 PM, ZyX wrote:
> > > These patches make all variants of invoking python use the same
> > > DoPyCommand function (renamed from DoPy3Command and DoPythonCommand)
> > > and moved actual implementation to if_py_both. Also made new py*do
> > > commands use this and use other existing functions (like
> > > GetBufferLine in place of pyline nonsense (it did not convert
> > > newlines to nulls)).
> > Would not it be better to have this code in an if_py_both.c source
> > file instead of the if_py_both.h header file. It seems that
> > if_py_both.h and dosinst.h are the only files in the vim source code
> > that are actually source files instead of header files.
> The new regexp code adds a regexp_nfa.c file that is included in
> regexp.c. It's a bit inconsistent. Not sure if I should call it
> regexp_nfa.h instead.
The file is included in gui_w16.c and gui_w32.c.
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