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patch 8.1.2086: missing a few changes for the renamed files

Problem:    Missing a few changes for the renamed files.
Solution:   Rename in a few more places. (Ken Takata)
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brammool committed Sep 27, 2019
1 parent 2313b61 commit 38f1eeac3d8ec0a0e275213a62ba7ff1afb8ab33
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ To build the installable .exe:
gvim.exe (the OLE version),
vimrun.exe,
install.exe,
uninstal.exe,
uninstall.exe,
tee/tee.exe,
xxd/xxd.exe,

@@ -171,14 +171,14 @@ you can.
path {path}\gvim.exe
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\vim 5.6
DisplayName Vim 5.6: Edit with Vim popup menu entry
UninstallString {path}\uninstal.exe
UninstallString {path}\uninstall.exe

Replace {path} with the path that leads to the executable.
Don't type {default}, this is the value for the key itself.

To remove "Edit with Vim" from the popup menu, just remove the registry
entries mentioned above. The "uninstal.exe" program can do this for you. You
can also use the entry in the Windows standard "Add/Remove Programs" list.
entries mentioned above. The "uninstall.exe" program can do this for you.
You can also use the entry in the Windows standard "Add/Remove Programs" list.

If you notice that this entry overrules other file type associations, set
those associations again by hand (using Windows Explorer, see above). This
@@ -480,9 +480,9 @@ probably contains your vimrc file and other runtime files that you created, so
be careful.

Else, if you installed Vim with the zip archives, the preferred way is to use
the "uninstal" program (note the missing l at the end). You can find it in
the same directory as the "install" program, e.g., "c:\vim\vim61". This
should also work from the usual "install/remove software" page.
the "uninstall" program. You can find it in the same directory as the
"install" program, e.g., "c:\vim\vim61". This should also work from the usual
"install/remove software" page.
However, this only removes the registry entries for Vim. You have to
delete the files yourself. Simply select the directory "vim\vim61" and delete
it recursively. There should be no files there that you changed, but you
@@ -17,4 +17,4 @@ REGEDIT4

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Vim 8.1]
"DisplayName"="Vim 8.1: Edit with Vim popup menu entry"
"UninstallString"="uninstal.exe"
"UninstallString"="uninstall.exe"
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ registry entries.

In special situations you might want to make changes by hand. Check these
items:
- The gvimext.dll, gvim.exe and uninstal.exe either need to be in the search
- The gvimext.dll, gvim.exe and uninstall.exe either need to be in the search
path, or you have to set the full path in the registry entries. You could
move the gvimext.dll to the "windows\system" or "windows\system32"
directory, where the other DLL files are.
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
/* popupmnu.c */
/* popupmenu.c */
void pum_display(pumitem_T *array, int size, int selected);
void pum_call_update_screen(void);
int pum_under_menu(int row, int col);

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@@ -757,6 +757,8 @@ static char *(features[]) =

static int included_patches[] =
{ /* Add new patch number below this line */
/**/
2086,
/**/
2085,
/**/

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