Compiling vim6.0ah with free Borland C++ Compiler (+ Python inter face)
- I think you are referring to a previous post of mine on vim@....
The following command worked (and works) for me from the 'src' directory
once you have unpacked the zip files:
C:\progra~1\bcc55\bin\make /f make_c5.mak -DGUI=1 -DOLE=1
This makes an ole-enabled gvim.exe. Also set BOR to the path of the Borland
compiler (for me c:\progra~1\bcc55), but the BOR=... option given by Doug
seems more elegant. I haven't had to use the link statement he suggested but
maybe that depends how you have set things up.
Could anyone give suggestions on how to compile gvim with the PYTHON
interface using BCC55 ? Thanks
- At 10:58 AM 6/1/2001 +0200, Nijs, Vincent wrote:
>Could anyone give suggestions on how to compile gvim with the PYTHONHi, Vincent. Ideally, you would run the implib.exe utility on the
>interface using BCC55 ? Thanks
pythonXX.dll to generate a .lib file the BCC compiler can understand, and
then link it in with the objs, but I can't seem to get around some
'unresolved symbol' errors (one for each of the python functions used), so
I am apparently still doing something wrong. I don't have the Makefile
around anymore, but I should be able to rebuild it pretty easily. If I get
some time later, I will try to do that and send it to you and anyone else
who may be interested. Maybe someone can figure out what I am doing wrong.