Re: why does :save not work with -stdin-

2007-06-05 Thread Edward L. Fox
(EVENT_STDINREADPOST, NULL, NULL, FALSE, curbuf); +# endif +} +#endif + /* require ! to overwrite the file, because it wasn't read completely */ #ifdef FEAT_EVAL if (aborting()) any insights appreciated, mosh. Regards, Edward L. Fox

Re: Tear off this menu in messages-history

2007-05-30 Thread Edward L. Fox
To Yongwei: Does this patch solve your problem? To Bram: Please consider adding this patch. I think it is really a bug. Index: src/gui_w32.c === --- src/gui_w32.c (revision 296) +++ src/gui_w32.c (working copy) @@

Re: Stable Vim version 7.1 has been released

2007-05-13 Thread Edward L. Fox
I finally committed the two missing files from the sf.net's shell server. Let's blame the Great Fire Wall built by the P.R.C. government. On 5/13/07, Edward L. Fox [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Vimmers, On 5/13/07, Bram Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Announcing: Vim (Vi IMproved) version

Re: Stable Vim version 7.1 has been released

2007-05-13 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/14/07, David Nečas (Yeti) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, May 13, 2007 at 09:28:11PM +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Umm, I suspect there's still an issue for us pesky OSX users with our case-insensitive filesystems: [long list of successful updates snipped] svn: Failed to add

Re: Stable Vim version 7.1 has been released

2007-05-12 Thread Edward L. Fox
in a temporary file: svn:'/src/vim7/svn/svn-commit.tmp' [EMAIL PROTECTED] svn]$ Regards, Edward L. Fox

Re: WARNING! Don't update your local svn repository now!

2007-05-11 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/12/07, Bram Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Nicolas Weber wrote: The directories structure of the Subversion repository has been changed. Please use this command to checkout the latest sources: svn co https://vim.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/vim/branches/vim7.1 vim7 If you

Re: [Announcement] Subversion repository location changed

2007-05-09 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/10/07, Gautam Iyer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, May 09, 2007 at 02:20:52PM -0700, Micah Cowan wrote: If you had checked out a copy of the sources before, please run this command in your source root directory to switch into the current branch: svn switch

Re: Compiling vim in mingw.

2007-05-08 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/8/07, Markus Trenkwalder [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tried the ftp versions (including patch 7.1a.001) now. Same again. And as Edward Fox told earlier the SVN repository should be almost the same as CVS. *Almost* the same with ftp versions. *Definitely* the same with CVS. I also tried

Re: Compiling vim in mingw.

2007-05-08 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/8/07, Markus Trenkwalder [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Edward L. Fox wrote: On 5/8/07, Markus Trenkwalder [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tried the ftp versions (including patch 7.1a.001) now. Same again. And as Edward Fox told earlier the SVN repository should be almost the same as CVS

[Announcement] Subversion repository location changed

2007-05-08 Thread Edward L. Fox
in your source root directory to switch into the current branch: svn switch https://vim.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/vim/branches/vim7.1 Hope this change won't bother you too much. Regards, Edward L. Fox

Could you please give me the most bleeding-edge sources?

2007-05-08 Thread Edward L. Fox
please give me the most bleeding-edge sources so that I can commit them into the trunk/ directory of the SVN repository, and some users who wish to use the unstable experimental version then can help you to test the code. Best regards, Edward L. Fox

Re: WARNING! Don't update your local svn repository now!

2007-05-08 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/9/07, Edward L. Fox [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Vimmers, As many many people requested, I finally decide to obey the svn book's advice and will build up trunk/ tags/ and branches/. But so far as you know, sf.net's svn service is not in a good status so I'm not able to commit all changes

Re: [Announcement] Subversion repository location changed

2007-05-08 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/9/07, Suresh Govindachar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Edward L. Fox announced: Hi Vimmers, The directories structure of the Subversion repository has been changed. Please use this command to checkout the latest sources: svn co https://vim.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/vim

Re: surprised by beta

2007-05-08 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/8/07, scott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i was surpised by the fact that simply running 'svn update' bumped me up to 7.1a -- from previous posts i had thought there was something extra that had to be done to get the beta, like create a new 71a directory or something now i've got the beta i

Re: Compiling vim in mingw.

2007-05-07 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/7/07, A.J.Mechelynck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Markus Trenkwalder wrote: Hi list, checked out vim-7.1a.001 today from svn (#263) and tried to compile it with mingw-gcc and got the following error: 8 $ make -f Make_ming.mak gcc -c -Iproto -DWIN32 -DWINVER=0x0400

Re: Vim version 7.1a BETA -- runtime files ?

2007-05-07 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/8/07, Yakov Lerner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 5/8/07, Bram Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Yakov Lerner wrote: On 5/5/07, Bram Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Announcing: Vim (Vi IMproved) version 7.1a BETA I compared runtime files form ftp [1] and from svn [2]. Both

Re: surprised by beta

2007-05-07 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/8/07, scott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i was surpised by the fact that simply running 'svn update' bumped me up to 7.1a -- from previous posts i had thought there was something extra that had to be done to get the beta, like create a new 71a directory or something now i've got the beta i

Re: Compiling vim in mingw.

2007-05-07 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/7/07, A.J.Mechelynck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Markus Trenkwalder wrote: Hi list, checked out vim-7.1a.001 today from svn (#263) and tried to compile it with mingw-gcc and got the following error: 8 $ make -f Make_ming.mak gcc -c -Iproto -DWIN32 -DWINVER=0x0400

Re: Compiling vim in mingw.

2007-05-07 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/8/07, A.J.Mechelynck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Edward L. Fox wrote: On 5/7/07, A.J.Mechelynck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] You're not the first; there seems to have been a f*ckup in the svn commit lately. I suggest you scrap your existing 7.1a sources and restart from scratch

Re: Vim version 7.1a BETA -- svn ?

2007-05-06 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/7/07, François Pinard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [Martin Krischik] [Martin Krischik] That is probalby because the svn server is a mess. [probably] Only the vim svn archive has no space for tags, braches or releases. [branches]

Re: Vim version 7.1a BETA -- svn ?

2007-05-06 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/7/07, A.J.Mechelynck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: François Pinard wrote: [Martin Krischik] [Martin Krischik] That is probalby because the svn server is a mess. [probably] Only the vim svn archive has no space for tags, braches or releases.

Re: Vim version 7.1a BETA -- svn ?

2007-05-06 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/6/07, Yakov Lerner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 5/6/07, Martin Krischik [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Am Sonntag 06 Mai 2007 schrieb Yakov Lerner: On 2007-05-05, Bram Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Announcing: Vim (Vi IMproved) version 7.1a BETA I tried to build vim7.1 from svn.

Re: vim 7.1?

2007-04-27 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 4/27/07, Jonathan Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A.J.Mechelynck wrote: - Insane? All is relative. We're only at 7.0.233 as of today. FYI, Vim 6.2 went to 532 patches, see http://ftp.vim.org/pub/vim/patches/ Release early, release often :) Yes, I admit that you are right. But

Re: Patch 7.0.167

2006-11-21 Thread Edward L. Fox
Hi Bram, On 11/22/06, Bram Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] I didn't forget it, I just had to go away while waiting for the previous version to be tagged. Tagging all the files for a specific version is quite slow, it's currently the main bottleneck in sending out patched versions.

Re: Convert2HTML Again

2006-09-22 Thread Edward L. Fox
/// Best regards, Edward L. Fox

Temporary solution (was: Malformed character ...)

2006-08-14 Thread Edward L. Fox
some weeks ago. Could you please include his change in this patch? We can have these three things to be done in this patch: 1. Add gbk and gb18030 as aliases of cp936; 2. Merge the translation patch of thinelephat. 3. Delete the scriptencoding line in the translation file. Best regards, Edward L

Re: Temporary solution (was: Malformed character ...)

2006-08-14 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 8/15/06, Bram Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Edward - As the problem is caused by iconv and we won't be able to fix the problem soon, and this problem influences gb2312 - cp936 (gbk) converting only, so I suggest to remove this line from runtime/lang/menu_zh_cn.gb2312.vim:

Re: failure notice

2006-08-13 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 8/13/06, A.J.Mechelynck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] Edward had it on Windows. From :help encoding-values I gather that Chinese and prc are alias to cp936 / euc-cn. Maybe gbk and gb18030 can be added to the family? I'm using Debian Etch. But I had a look at the Windoze system and found

Re: failure notice

2006-08-13 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 8/13/06, Bram Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [removed the Vim maillist, this is development only] Edward L. Fox wrote: On 8/12/06, Bram Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] You may have uncovered a bug that went unnoticed so far. Please try to discover what causes

Re: failure notice

2006-08-13 Thread Edward L. Fox
. So... Maybe it is still iconv's fault. Sorry all. I did more tests and searched more documents and found that it was a bug of libiconv, not gvim. The problem occurs only when converting gb2312 to gbk. I'm trying to debug libiconv... [...] Ashamed Edward L. Fox

Re: failure notice

2006-08-12 Thread Edward L. Fox
this problem. I can't guess why the last character is messed up, looks strange. In fact this bug was noticed years before. But most of the Chinese people decided to tolerate this situation. Anyway, I'm going to work on~ [...] Regards, Edward L. Fox

Re: failure notice

2006-08-12 Thread Edward L. Fox
by * casting the second argument to void *. */ if (iconv(vcp-vc_fd, (void *)from, fromlen, to, tolen) Best Regards, Edward L. Fox

Patch (Unofficial): Malformed characters in menu and toolbar when using zh_CN.GBK encoding under Linux

2006-08-10 Thread Edward L. Fox
Patch Unofficial Problem:Menu and toolbar: Doesn't display properly when using zh_CN.GBK encoding under Linux. Solution: Use gb2312 to generate the menu and toolbar to get proper display, then use cp936 instead of GBK which is a correct alias under Linux. Files: runtime/menu.vim ***

Re: failure notice

2006-08-10 Thread Edward L. Fox
as soon as I solve the problem. Hope you can offer me some hints, too. :-) [...] Regards, Edward L. Fox

Re: sh indent script

2006-07-30 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 7/20/06, Edward L. Fox [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi VIMmers, The default sh indent script in VIM7 indent the following sample file this way: 8 #!/bin/sh SYSTEM=`uname -s` case $SYSTEM in Linux) echo My system is Linux echo Do Linux

Re: SVN and svn:eol-style

2006-05-12 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/13/06, Brandt, Servatius [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] So I suggest to use a svn:eol-style setting of LF instead of native. Previously when I didn't set the svn:eol-style property, all text files were using LF as end-of-line character. Bill complained so I change the end-of-line

Re: SVN and svn:eol-style

2006-05-10 Thread Edward L. Fox
- although that is indeed a good one, since every Windows user has it and it is frequently a default in Explorer. Hopefully, the gentleman maintaining the svn repository (Edward L Fox) will talk to the gentleman who properly marked the files in CVS. Well, well, well... I prop-setted most of the file

Re: Patch 7.0.001

2006-05-09 Thread Edward L. Fox
of sourceforge. But if this problem could not be resolved, I'll try to sync the code with the patches manually. Thanks, Gautam -- 'Common' Proof Techniques: 12. Proof by obfuscation -- A long plotless sequence of true and/or meaningless syntactically related statements. Regards, Edward L. Fox

Re: Network problem

2006-05-05 Thread Edward L. Fox
On 5/5/06, Edward L. Fox [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi VIMmers, I'm sorry that I'm not able to sync the SVN repository with the CVS repository on time today, because the network is suffering some problems. I had tried different routes but all failed. Maybe there is something wrong with the main

Network problem

2006-05-04 Thread Edward L. Fox
Hi VIMmers, I'm sorry that I'm not able to sync the SVN repository with the CVS repository on time today, because the network is suffering some problems. I had tried different routes but all failed. Maybe there is something wrong with the main gateways of the whole country. :-( I'll sync the

CVS updated?

2006-04-18 Thread Edward L. Fox
switching to svn will cost more effect. Any way, I'll try my best to switch the whole project to svn, without disturbing the other developers too much. -Original Message- From: Edward L. Fox [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Maybe we should go to Subversion at SourceForge after all, since