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# Reference: https://github.com/macvim-dev/macvim/wiki/building
class Macvim < Formula
homepage 'https://code.google.com/p/macvim/'
url 'https://github.com/macvim-dev/macvim/archive/snapshot-74.tar.gz'
version '7.4-74'
sha1 '20563266d58ac96619b235e2cf82bc8e416c6932'
head 'https://github.com/macvim-dev/macvim.git'
option "custom-icons", "Try to generate custom document icons"
option "override-system-vim", "Override system vim"
depends_on :xcode => :build
depends_on 'cscope' => :recommended
depends_on 'lua' => :optional
depends_on 'luajit' => :optional
depends_on :python => :recommended
depends_on :python3 => :optional
env :std if MacOS.version <= :snow_leopard
# Help us! We'd like to use superenv in these environments too
def install
# MacVim doesn't have and required any Python package, unset PYTHONPATH.
ENV.delete('PYTHONPATH')
# Set ARCHFLAGS so the Python app (with C extension) that is
# used to create the custom icons will not try to compile in
# PPC support (which isn't needed in Homebrew-supported systems.)
ENV['ARCHFLAGS'] = "-arch #{MacOS.preferred_arch}"
# If building for 10.7 or up, make sure that CC is set to "clang".
ENV.clang if MacOS.version >= :lion
args = %W[
--with-features=huge
--enable-multibyte
--with-macarchs=#{MacOS.preferred_arch}
--enable-perlinterp
--enable-rubyinterp
--enable-tclinterp
--with-tlib=ncurses
--with-compiledby=Homebrew
--with-local-dir=#{HOMEBREW_PREFIX}
]
args << "--enable-cscope" if build.with? "cscope"
if build.with? "lua"
args << "--enable-luainterp"
args << "--with-lua-prefix=#{HOMEBREW_PREFIX}"
end
if build.with? "luajit"
args << "--enable-luainterp"
args << "--with-lua-prefix=#{HOMEBREW_PREFIX}"
args << "--with-luajit"
end
# only allow either python or python3; if the optional
# python3 is chosen, default to it, otherwise use python2
if build.with? "python3"
args << "--enable-python3interp"
elsif build.with? "python"
ENV.prepend "LDFLAGS", `python-config --ldflags`.chomp
ENV.prepend "CFLAGS", `python-config --cflags`.chomp
framework_script = <<-EOS.undent
import distutils.sysconfig
print distutils.sysconfig.get_config_var("PYTHONFRAMEWORKPREFIX")
EOS
framework_prefix = `python -c '#{framework_script}'`.strip
unless framework_prefix.empty? || framework_prefix == "/System/Library/Frameworks"
ENV.prepend "LDFLAGS", "-F#{framework_prefix}"
ENV.prepend "CFLAGS", "-F#{framework_prefix}"
end
args << "--enable-pythoninterp"
end
# configure appends "SDKS/..." to the value of `xcode-select -print-path`,
# but this isn't correct on recent Xcode, so we need to set it manually.
# FIXME this is a bug, and it should be fixed upstream.
unless MacOS::CLT.installed?
args << "--with-developer-dir=#{MacOS::Xcode.prefix}/Platforms/MacOSX.platform/Developer"
args << "--with-macsdk=#{MacOS.version}"
end
system "./configure", *args
if build.include? "custom-icons"
# Get the custom font used by the icons
system "make", "-C", "src/MacVim/icons", "getenvy"
else
# Building custom icons fails for many users, so off by default.
inreplace "src/MacVim/icons/Makefile", "$(MAKE) -C makeicns", ""
inreplace "src/MacVim/icons/make_icons.py", "dont_create = False", "dont_create = True"
end
system "make"
prefix.install "src/MacVim/build/Release/MacVim.app"
inreplace "src/MacVim/mvim", /^# VIM_APP_DIR=\/Applications$/,
"VIM_APP_DIR=#{prefix}"
bin.install "src/MacVim/mvim"
# Create MacVim vimdiff, view, ex equivalents
executables = %w[mvimdiff mview mvimex gvim gvimdiff gview gvimex]
executables += %w[vi vim vimdiff view vimex] if build.include? "override-system-vim"
executables.each { |e| bin.install_symlink "mvim" => e }
end
def caveats
if build.with? "python" and build.with? "python3"
<<-EOS.undent
MacVim can no longer be brewed with dynamic support for both Python versions.
Only Python 3 support has been provided.
EOS
end
end
test do
# Simple test to check if MacVim was linked to Python version in $PATH
if build.with? "python"
vim_path = prefix/"MacVim.app/Contents/MacOS/Vim"
# Get linked framework using otool
otool_output = `otool -L #{vim_path} | grep -m 1 Python`.gsub(/\(.*\)/, "").strip.chomp
# Expand the link and get the python exec path
vim_framework_path = Pathname.new(otool_output).realpath.dirname.to_s.chomp
system_framework_path = `python-config --exec-prefix`.chomp
assert_equal system_framework_path, vim_framework_path
end
end
end
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