On Wed, 2008-01-09 at 11:40 +0900, =EA=B0=95=EC=98=88=ED=98=95 wrote:
> > > 1. The installer is not in English, even though the home page
> > > is.
> > This is a bug in NSIS rarely seen on non-English versions of
> > Windows. We've never been able to track it down, but it likely has
> > something to do with the way NSIS discovers the system's language.
> I've been to the NSIS homepage and just realized that the cream 0.39
> installer is compiled with NSIS 2.18, whereas the current version of
> NSIS is 2.34. Perhaps you should try to compile the installer with
> that one.
I'm willing to try, although I'm pretty busy at the moment. This bug
has been seen for years around here, though.
> > > 2. Apparantly, the options in the installer don't work. Even
> > > when I choose the "Full" option, some installation components
> > > (the desktop icon, namely) are not selected.
> > I just reviewed all these and the fixes should be in the most
> > recent installer to be uploaded in another hour or two.
> Where? I couldn't find the installer, not even in the "Download >
> Browse All Files" section...do you mean the "cream 0.40 alpha" one?
> That was just a zip file, though...
This is Vim, we haven't made a release in Cream for a while. But the
build script is the same for both, when we do it will be fixed. :)
> > > 3. When I open a file through "Edit with Cream/Vim", and open
> > > yet another file with the same options, Vim alerts me that "a
> > > swap file has been found", even though there wasn't one. When I
> > > choose "edit anyway", the file that I had been editing is
> > > *appended* to the newly opened file, and the previous one is
> > > left *blank*.
> > Vim makes this alert only if another session is currently editing
> > the file. Could you have a Vim and a Cream session with the same
> > file open? Perhaps another user?
> I'll make this clear by giving you an example:
> I am using Microsoft Windows XP on my laptop, which has no other
> users logged on.
> 1. I have several source code files in a folder, which I will call
> "C:\SomeDir\Dir2\file1.cpp" and "C:\SomeDir\Dir2\file2.cpp", etc.
> 2. I use Windows Explorer to browse to "C:\SomeDir\Dir2\".
> 3. I right-click on file1.cpp and choose "Edit with Cream/Vim".
> Cream opens up nicely.
> 4. After some editing, I right-click on file2.cpp and choose "Edit
> with Cream/Vim". Cream/Vim tries to open the file in the existing
> session, then produces the mentioned error.
> 5. If I set the Windows Explorer options to view hidden and system
> files, between the steps 4 and 5 I see only file1.cpp.swp and no
> file2.cpp.swp, which Cream/Vim claims there is. Is it a problem
> with Vim itself or clashing script problems with Cream?
I'll try this specifically again when I get back to a Windows machine.
Is your machine WinXP or Vista?
Steve Hall [ digitect dancingpaper com ]
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