Borland c++ 5.5 makefile
- Hello, I want to add again, that I've noticed that the make_bc5.mak does not
have options for the ruby and python scripting language. I am wondering if
somebody could add them.
Also, do you need the ruby or python already installed on the system like
- At 01:45 PM 1/31/01 +0100, Christophe Poucet wrote:
>Hello, I want to add again, that I've noticed that the make_bc5.mak does notI know you need python installed on your system to use it with vim. I
>have options for the ruby and python scripting language. I am wondering if
>somebody could add them.
>Also, do you need the ruby or python already installed on the system like
don't know about ruby, but I am assuming it is the same. The reason python
isn't in the bc5 makefile is mainly inertia. Until someone really needs it
and does it, the capabilities probably won't be added. I have tried a
couple times to add the python option to the makefile but haven't had much
luck due to compile errors and messages about incompatible binary
formats. I have tried various ways/conversions to make them work, but
haven't had much luck. One option I haven't tried yet is to see if the
"dynamic loading" patch can be made to work for bc5. Basically, python
isn't in the makefile because it doesn't work (yet). Ruby isn't in the
makefile probably because it is a new addition to vim and no one has tried
using it with bc5.