Re: Make Vim run as a MDI Child window in Micosoft Visual Studio.
- Zibo Zhao wrote:
> I'm a newbie for the VIM dev group.Several people have been asking for this. Looks like a nice solution.
> I just did a little patch on the VIM 6.1 srouce code to make it run as
> a MDI child window instead of a pop up window.
> There are 2 ways to do that:
> 1. I added a command line option -P to run the VIM as a MDI Child of
> MSDev. This way you can just install VIM as a customized tool to run
> 2. Use VisVim.dll. This one will go through the OLE interface to
> enable the MDI Child creation for the MSDev. This one is more
> convenient, I think.
> Hope this is helpful.
> One of the drawback is that the menu is gone, I could not figure out
> how to get it out. But you can use command :te <menu name> to show
> the menu as separate window.
> Debugging with VIM is not working now. Sorry.
> The attached is the patch based on VIM 6.1 source.
Perhaps some people can try it out and tell us for what version(s) of
devstudio this works.
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