73437Re: Comile vim74 on GNU/Linux
- Sep 29, 2013On 27/09/13 18:51, tilden99@... wrote:
> Hi,On Linux, a single executable can (if compiled with the necessary
> I'd like to install GUI vim (gvim) to GNU/Linux. I use MobaXterm.
features) run both as a GUI or in a terminal depending on how it is invoked.
about getting the source and
compiling Vim in general.
By default, Vim will install under /usr/local (most files in
/usr/local/share/vim/vim74/ and the executable in /usr/local/bin/) but
that normally requires running at least the last part ("make install")
with root privileges.
To install under your home directory instead, and do away with the "root
privileges" requirement, you may add to the script to be sourced before
running make (as in the compunix.htm HowTo page mentioned above) the line
which should (IIUC) use ~/bin instead of /usr/local/bin and
~/share/vim/vim74 instead of /usr/local/share/vim/vim74. Then run "make
reconfig" instead of plain "make" to make sure the new configure
arguments are used. *Note:* there should be only one CONF_ARGS setting.
If you already have one, modify or replace its argument string.
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