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From: Luke-Jr <luke-jr@g.o>
To: Lars Weiler <pylon@g.o>, gentoo-dev@g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-dev] VIMRUNTIME
Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 00:52:35
Message-Id: 200305130053.11970.luke-jr@gentoo.org
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-dev] VIMRUNTIME by Lars Weiler
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The reason why X is disabled by default with vim is because, IIRC, the 
maintainer doesn't want people to have to emerge X before emerging vim (don't 
know what's wrong with "USE=-X emerge vim").
As mentioned in another thread, Portage doesn't have any way to depend on "pkg 
compiled with this USE flag", only "package".
Depending on how vim-core is being implemented, it may or may not be possible 
to resolve this problem without support from Portage.
Has it been reported in Bugzilla?

On Tuesday 13 May 2003 12:03 am, Lars Weiler wrote:
> Just an annotation for the use of GUI dialogs in gvim. > > I'm using the xmledit ftplugin script for editing XML-files. > It has support for GUI dialogs in gvim, e.g. when you wrap a > new element around a visual selection (mark selection, then > type \x ). > > In (g)vim 6.2c it crashed without any reason, when you run > into a situation where you need GUI dialogs. After a > reemerge of gvim with USE="vim-with-x" it functions proper > again. Should not "vim-with-x" be default for gvim? > > Regards, Lars > > -- > gentoo-dev@g.o mailing list
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