From: Steve Hall <digitect@mi...> - 2006-05-10 04:26:37
In case anyone's interested, I've dumped a snapshot of the current
This should fix significant remaining bugs relative to the new Vim 7.0
features. This script set should be backwards compatible to Vim 6.1.
As SourceForge.net's CVS is *STILL* down, I think this is the only
place to find any Cream updates beyond March 2006.
I've nearly decided to make a version number change with this or the
next release and cut loose some of the old code. Things like the Vim
6.x spell check dictionaries will go away and the package be made
smaller. This will also avoid introducing compatibility bugs when we
start optimizing performance with the new Vim 7 features (lists,
dictionaries, keystrokes, etc.). My thoughts are:
Cream 0.x :: Compatible with gVim 6.x
Cream 1.x :: Compatible with gVim 7.x
Just add "VI" to the Cream version to calculate the Vim version--that
should keep everyone straight, right?
Steve Hall [ digitect mindspring com ]
:: Cream... something good to put in your Vim!
From: Christoph Haas <email@ch...> - 2006-05-10 10:02:42
On Wed, May 10, 2006 at 12:26:05AM -0400, Steve Hall wrote:
> In case anyone's interested, I've dumped a snapshot of the current
> Cream at:
Experimental Debian packages for the beta2 can be taken from
http://workaround.org/cream/ (and will soon show up in the 'experimental'
part of the distribution, too).
(Once in my life I wanted to be faster than Ben. ;) )
From: Ben Armstrong <BA<rmstrong@dy...> - 2006-05-10 10:54:04
Christoph Haas wrote:
> Experimental Debian packages for the beta2 can be taken from
> http://workaround.org/cream/ (and will soon show up in the
> part of the distribution, too).
> (Once in my life I wanted to be faster than Ben. ;) )
Awesome. Much appreciated, Christoph.