I've used A-A-P to install vim through vim's
6.2 beta phase, and now found that a-a-p doesn't
delete the old runtime directories when updating
to new version:
$ ls /usr/local/share/vim/
vim62 vim62c vim62e vim62f
Is this a feature? Should I just
manually delete the old directories?
Other little question is, that can you apply
the :rule command to only a group of files in a recipe?
I use a-a-p to publish a website, and there is group
of html-files that I want to generate with a basic rule:
:rule %.html : header.part nav.part %.part end.part
:cat $source >! $target
And then theres group of XML-files, wich I want to process to
html with following rules:
:rule %.html : style.xsl
:rule %.html : %.xml
:sys xalan -IN $source -XSL style.xsl -OUT $target
I tried to play with filetypes and customed actions,
but didn't get it to work, so now I have 3 recipes,
one to process the xml-files, one to generate the rest
of the html's, and one to executing the other 2 and
handling the publishing.