Cygwin windows GUI version of gvim.
Wed Nov 1 03:50:00 GMT 2000
At 02:02 PM 1/11/2000 +0300, Andrej Borsenkow wrote:
>If you mean Cygwin version with Windows GUI - that's different. I
>remember, this issue was raised several times on vimdev.
Yep. That's what I mean.
>Note, that AFAIK you cannot have both console and GUI versions in one
>executable due to WIndows design.
Wouldn't have expected it to be anyway.
>I, too, would like to see Cygwin gvim; you can, of course, use Win32
>version, but that means all sort of problems with file names
>(Unix/Windows), line end conventions etc.
Giorgos Petasis take note. This is main reason why I would like a port
too. [In reference to your email.]
>But better place for this is vimdev list: firstname.lastname@example.org. You must be
>subscribed to this list to post.
Had a quick blitz through the vimdev archive on egroups, as well as
news:comp.editors using deja and didn't see anything especial on either.
Anyway, I'll download the source tar from a cygwin mirror sometime in the
next few days and see what I can do with it, unless any new information
arises in the meantime.
Evan McLean Did you know that beating your head against
email@example.com a brick wall burns 150 calories an hour?
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