Re: make -f make_cyg.mak with vim 7.3
- Christian J. Robinson wrote:
> On Fri, 27 Aug 2010, Charles E Campbell Jr wrote:Thank you, Christian! I'd given up and gotten the pre-built Windows
>> gcc: The -mno_cygwin flag has been removed; use a mingw targeted
>> on the first file it tries to compile (blowfish.o), and, sad to say,
>> no gvim.exe .
> I had to edit Make_cyg.mak to use gcc-3 instead of just gcc, plus add
> -L/lib/w32api to EXTRA_LIBS. I mentioned this on this list during the
> 7.3 development, and Bram added this to the commentary at the top of
> I had to tweak GvimExt/Make_ming.mak more extensively, which is called
> by Make_cyg.mak.
> As far as I can tell, Cygwin doesn't come with MinGW. It has some
> MinGW stuff, but I can't find an actual MinGW compiler.
version from vim.sf.net that Bram had built. I confess that I didn't
even know about gcc-3.
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