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Re: VIM the editor
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@Thematic

Thanks for reporting this. It would be great if you could create an issue for this on github, https://github.com/sodero/MUI-Vim, so it's not forgotten. I've promised myself to give some love to Vim once my Tabor is here, not next week exactly, but better than never. Kas1e is quick though, he might feel tempted

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Re: VIM the editor
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@sTix

I typed it in, but there wasn't a submit element. :(
Anyway, ARexx also seems to produce the same effect.

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Re: VIM the editor
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sTix still working on giving us the latest vim with MUI GUI, and since the last discussion in this topic, there were few releases, the last of which I also uploaded on os4depot (in upload query for now).

Update worth because it for first keeping in sync with main's vim repo (so fixes and stuff on the core), and for second in the last release there was fixed issue with spawning an empty shell window on start.

Thanks to sTix for keep working on :)

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Re: VIM the editor
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@kas1e

Cool, thanks very much!

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Re: VIM the editor
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@kas1e
I tested this version as downloaded from Aminet a few days ago. It is great having the latest version of vim for our system. And of'course, even a small fix, like removeing the empty shell, is so nice to have. And I bet it was a tricky one.

Thank you stix for all the work you do.

In the package there is also a lite gvim executable. Unfortunately, there is not enough information about it. What are the differences against the full version?

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Re: VIM the editor
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@walkero

There are two executables in the archive, gvim for the full MUI version, and vi (or vim, can't remember) for the CLI only version which works as it should now, there was a problem with shell window size / resize before, but that's solved now. I did a separate build for that, it was the easiest solution, I dont't want to fiddle around to much with the terminal magic in Vim.

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Re: VIM the editor
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Great, thanks for all your work! Any chance for the text slider in gvim, by the way?

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Thanks a lot guys!!!


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Re: VIM the editor
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Yes, there is :) That, and MUI tabs, is something that would be nice to have. I really need to finish another project of mine first though (and it's sort of big, so it will take some time, a *lot* more than I initially thought).

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Re: VIM the editor
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Not sure if Odyssey can post to Github, actually.

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Re: VIM the editor
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Annoying, I can't reproduce the 'exchange' problem in MorphOS. I hope that Tabor early bird thing ends up in my mail before I die, working with Amiga Forever is just painful.

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Re: VIM the editor
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Yes it still did the same with the new 8.2.1583.
Log excerpt:
Quote:
Symbol info:
Instruction pointer 0x7CB59B1C belongs to module "gVim" (PowerPC)
Symbol: gui_mch_exit + 0x78 in section 1 offset 0x0000CAF8

Stack trace:
gVim:gui_mch_exit()+0x78 (section 1 @ 0xCAF8)
gVim:gui_mch_exit()+0x60 (section 1 @ 0xCAE0)
gVim:getout()+0xd8 (section 1 @ 0xF97BC)
gVim:gui_shell_closed()+0x88 (section 1 @ 0x74BC)
gVim:gui_mch_wait_for_chars()+0x15c (section 1 @ 0xBAE8)
gVim:inchar_loop()+0x1e0 (section 1 @ 0x230300)
gVim:gui_inchar()+0xc0 (section 1 @ 0x3A5C)
gVim:ui_inchar()+0x44 (section 1 @ 0x230070)
gVim:inchar()+0x34c (section 1 @ 0xD5888)
gVim:vgetorpeek()+0xaec (section 1 @ 0xD663C)
gVim:vgetc()+0x4a0 (section 1 @ 0xD8514)
gVim:safe_vgetc()+0x10 (section 1 @ 0xD8620)
gVim:normal_cmd()+0xbf0 (section 1 @ 0x14D3D0)
gVim:main_loop()+0x534 (section 1 @ 0xF9394)
gVim:vim_main2()+0x7ac (section 1 @ 0xFA298)
gVim:main()+0x76c (section 1 @ 0xFB18C)
gVim:call_main()+0x38 (section 1 @ 0x28A8A8)
gVim:_main()+0x3a0 (section 1 @ 0x28ACF4)
native kernel module dos.library.kmod+0x000255c8
native kernel module kernel+0x00040058
native kernel module kernel+0x000400a0

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Re: VIM the editor
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@Thematic

Thanks, I think I found the problem. Will try to fix it during the weekend.

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Re: VIM the editor
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I think I fixed it. A fresh build can be found here (latest upstream merged while I was at it):

https://github.com/sodero/MUI-Vim/releases/tag/8.2.1749


Edited by sTix on 2020/9/26 19:46:39
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Re: VIM the editor
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Confirmed, thanks.

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Yesterday I uploaded a new version (based on the latest upstream version) to Aminet that makes the console build a bit more attractive. All 8 colors are used now. Looks pretty good, not sure if I would have done the MUI thing if it had looked like this from the start. I don't know about the performance though, on Amiga Forever it's a lot slower (if you use a lot of split windows atleast) than the MUI build, but I guess it's a completely different story on the X5000. I just ordered one of those BTW, got sick and tired of waiting for the Tabor.

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a completely different story on the X5000. I just ordered one of those BTW, got sick and tired of waiting for the Tabor.

Good move! If I didn't need a portable system to take to various places I'd cancel my Tabor order and buy another X5000. It's a great machine.

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I don't think I'll cancel my Tabor order either, if it comes, great, if not, annoying, but not the end of the world.

The AAA boxes will probably end up where the famous Amiga Inc t-shirts are right now though.

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The AAA boxes will probably end up where the famous Amiga Inc t-shirts are right now though.

No, I'm sure A-EONkit will deliver, sooner or later.

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Good to know! Let's hope for sooner


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