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From: Steve Hall <digitect@mi...> - 2004-06-15 06:00:19
*** Cream (for Vim) Version 0.30 Released ***
The Cream (for Vim) project (http://cream.sourceforge.net) has
released the latest version of an easy-to-use configuration for Vim.
Cream configures the famous and free Vim text editor so that it is
simple to use for those of us familiar with Apple or Windows platform
software. Through intuitive menus, keyboard shortcuts, and extensive
editing functions, Cream makes Vim approachable for new users and adds
powerful features for experienced users on both Windows and Linux.
This minor release features a bug fix for the creation of required
user directories for new installs. Line number coloring is now more
subdued and there is a new setting to highlight characters beyond the
current wrap width. Other refinements include a system-wide user
preferences file, updates to the Tag Navigation window tool and many
Some specific new Cream features in the 2004 June 15, v0.30 release:
o Fix of bug in creation of required user/profile directories.
o Line numbering is now more subdued (in the default color theme).
o Added a Highlight Wrap Width setting to indicate characters beyond
the current wrap width.
o Fixed current file indication on Windows for some multi-byte
o Updates and improvements to taglist utility.
o Added a system-wide cream-user preferences file. Now both
$CREAM/cream-user.vim and g:cream_user/cream-user.vim will be
o Revision of method to avoid the loading of Vim plugins from a "flag"
file to the global variable g:CREAM_NOVIMPLUGINS.
o Improvement of Show Invisibles characters for some languages.
Additional changes are available on the ChangeLog page at the website.
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