2016/9/23 Fri 4:46:48 UTC+9 skywind3000 wrote:
> Yesterday, I started vim in GitBash (msys+mintty) by chance on windows.
> and found that vim worked very well in mintty, and mintty is far more better 
> than cmd.exe.
> Trying to build vim from msys, and only find a cmd.exe compatible version 
> which can not run properly under mintty.
> Does any body know how can GitBash/msys developers build it ?
> what building parameters did they use ?

Git for Windows (a.k.a. GitBash) uses msys2 and msys2 is a fork of Cygwin.
So, basically you can build Vim as the same way with Cygwin. However GitBash
doesn't have GCC by default. You need to install "Git for Windows SDK" to build
a program for GitBash.

Ken Takata

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