Aschwin Marsman wrote:
> > > I looked at the mailing list archives, newest developer message
> > > is from september, newest user message is from august. Is the
> > > Yzis project still alive?
> > Most projects have a quick start and then run into the bulky/difficult
> > work, which is when progress slows down a lot. I think that's what is
> > happening. Whether they get going again remains to be seen...
> But doesn't this leave kde users with a bad choice?
> All Qt/KDE related vim options seam to have vanished.
The KDE GUI version that uses the Qt library was removed, yes.
> How bad was the KDE/Qt support in vim7?
Depending on the environment Vim would hang on startup, not show
any text and have resizing problems.
> Is it fixable?
Of course it's fixable. The GTK version works just fine under KDE. But
if nobody does the work and there is no hope for someone doing it then I
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