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From: Aron Griffis <agriffis@g.o>
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 08:03:08 -0400
Aron Griffis wrote:[Fri Apr 25 2003, 12:41:32AM EDT]
>    However when you update to the new version, you'll probably notice
>    that running "vim" (or any of the variants) gives you some warnings,
>    along with syntax highlighting not working, etc.  This is because you
>    still have VIMRUNTIME in your environment.  It won't disappear until
>    you logout and back in.  I'm sorry, but there's no real way to climb
>    up the process tree and remove VIMRUNTIME from the environment of
>    each process... :-/

Of course you can "unset VIMRUNTIME" in any given shell.

> 4. This version introduces motif support, so now gvim can produce
>    an athena, gtk, gtk2, gnome, or motif binary depending on your USE
>    flags.

These are prioritized, so here are the combinations you would need:

  gtk2: USE="gtk2" emerge gvim
 gnome: USE="-gtk2 gnome" emerge gvim
   gtk: USE="-gtk2 -gnome gtk" emerge gvim
 motif: USE="-gtk2 -gnome -gtk motif" emerge gvim
athena: USE="-gtk2 -gnome -gtk -motif X" emerge gvim


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