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@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 10, 2020

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Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

If you do not know what to use, use the 32bit installer (use the signed one, if available).

Signed releases will occasionally be provided on a best effort approach.

Note: Due to the expiration of the old certificate, a new certificate to sign the binaries has
been created and will be used starting with the next release after April 14th, 2020.
This may cause a SmartScreen warning by Windows because the certificate is new. Hopefully this
warning will vanish, once the certificate has been used more widely.
If you want to avoid this warning, you can use the latest release with the old certificate
v8.2.577.

Changes:

  • 8.2.1176: Vim9: not enough type checking in Vim9 script
  • Update runtime files
  • 8.2.1175: Vim9: cannot split a line before ".member"
  • 8.2.1174: no test for the "recording @x" message
  • 8.2.1173: tee doesn't build on some systems
  • 8.2.1172: error messages when doing "make clean" in doc or tee
  • 8.2.1171: possible crash when out of memory
  • 8.2.1170: cursor off by one with block paste while 'virtualedit' "all"
  • 8.2.1169: write NUL past allocated space using corrupted spell file

Files:

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Assets 8

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 9, 2020

Github Downloads (by Release)
Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

If you do not know what to use, use the 32bit installer (use the signed one, if available).

Signed releases will occasionally be provided on a best effort approach.

Note: Due to the expiration of the old certificate, a new certificate to sign the binaries has
been created and will be used starting with the next release after April 14th, 2020.
This may cause a SmartScreen warning by Windows because the certificate is new. Hopefully this
warning will vanish, once the certificate has been used more widely.
If you want to avoid this warning, you can use the latest release with the old certificate
v8.2.577.

Changes:

  • 8.2.1168: wrong method argument for appendbufline()
  • 8.2.1167: Vim9: builtin function method call only supports first arg
  • 8.2.1166: once mouse move events are enabled getchar() returns them
  • 8.2.1165: insufficient testing for the Tcl interface

Files:

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Interface Informations

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Assets 8

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 8, 2020

Github Downloads (by Release)
Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

If you do not know what to use, use the 32bit installer (use the signed one, if available).

Signed releases will occasionally be provided on a best effort approach.

Note: Due to the expiration of the old certificate, a new certificate to sign the binaries has
been created and will be used starting with the next release after April 14th, 2020.
This may cause a SmartScreen warning by Windows because the certificate is new. Hopefully this
warning will vanish, once the certificate has been used more widely.
If you want to avoid this warning, you can use the latest release with the old certificate
v8.2.577.

Changes:

  • 8.2.1164: text cleared by checking terminal properties not redrawn
  • 8.2.1163: build error
  • 8.2.1162: crash when using a lambda
  • 8.2.1161: Vim9: using freed memory
  • 8.2.1160: Vim9: memory leak in allocated types
  • 8.2.1159: Vim9: no error for missing space after a comma
  • 8.2.1158: build error
  • 8.2.1157: Vim9: dict.name is not recognized as an expression
  • 8.2.1156: Vim9: No error for invalid command in compiled function
  • 8.2.1155: Vim9: cannot handle line break inside lambda
  • 8.2.1154: Vim9: crash when using imported function

Files:

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Interface Informations

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Assets 8

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 7, 2020

Github Downloads (by Release)
Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

If you do not know what to use, use the 32bit installer (use the signed one, if available).

Signed releases will occasionally be provided on a best effort approach.

Note: Due to the expiration of the old certificate, a new certificate to sign the binaries has
been created and will be used starting with the next release after April 14th, 2020.
This may cause a SmartScreen warning by Windows because the certificate is new. Hopefully this
warning will vanish, once the certificate has been used more widely.
If you want to avoid this warning, you can use the latest release with the old certificate
v8.2.577.

Changes:

  • 8.2.1153: Vim9: script test fails on some systems
  • 8.2.1152: Vim9: function reference is missing script prefix
  • 8.2.1151: insufficient test coverage for Python
  • 8.2.1150: ml_get error when using Python

Files:

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Interface Informations

See the README for detail.

Assets 12

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 6, 2020

Github Downloads (by Release)
Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

If you do not know what to use, use the 32bit installer (use the signed one, if available).

Signed releases will occasionally be provided on a best effort approach.

Note: Due to the expiration of the old certificate, a new certificate to sign the binaries has
been created and will be used starting with the next release after April 14th, 2020.
This may cause a SmartScreen warning by Windows because the certificate is new. Hopefully this
warning will vanish, once the certificate has been used more widely.
If you want to avoid this warning, you can use the latest release with the old certificate
v8.2.577.

Changes:

  • 8.2.1149: Vim9: :eval command not handled properly
  • 8.2.1148: warning for using int instead of size_t
  • 8.2.1147: :confirm may happen in cooked mode
  • 8.2.1146: not enough testing for Python

Files:

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Interface Informations

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Assets 8

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 5, 2020

Github Downloads (by Release)
Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

If you do not know what to use, use the 32bit installer (use the signed one, if available).

Signed releases will occasionally be provided on a best effort approach.

Note: Due to the expiration of the old certificate, a new certificate to sign the binaries has
been created and will be used starting with the next release after April 14th, 2020.
This may cause a SmartScreen warning by Windows because the certificate is new. Hopefully this
warning will vanish, once the certificate has been used more widely.
If you want to avoid this warning, you can use the latest release with the old certificate
v8.2.577.

Changes:

  • 8.2.1145: Vim9: "for" only accepts a list at compile time
  • 8.2.1144: Vim9: return type of reverse() is any
  • 8.2.1143: Vim9: return type of remove() is any
  • 8.2.1142: Vim9: return type of insert() is any
  • 8.2.1141: Vim9: return type of filter() is any
  • 8.2.1140: Vim9: return type of extend() is any
  • 8.2.1139: Vim9: test for silent echo fails in some environments
  • 8.2.1138: Vim9: return type of copy() and deepcopy() is any
  • 8.2.1137: Vim9: modifiers not cleared after compiling function
  • 8.2.1136: Vim9: return type of argv() is always any
  • 8.2.1135: Vim9: getting a dict member may not work
  • 8.2.1134: Vim9: getting a list member may not work
  • 8.2.1133: Vim9: return type of add() is not specific enough
  • 8.2.1132: Vim9: return type of repeat() is not specific enough
  • 8.2.1131: Vim9: error message for returning a value is not clear
  • 8.2.1130: Vim9: bar not recognized after function call
  • 8.2.1129: Vim9: bar not recognized after not compiled command
  • 8.2.1128: the write message mentions characters, but it's bytes

Files:

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Interface Informations

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Assets 12

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 4, 2020

Github Downloads (by Release)
Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

If you do not know what to use, use the 32bit installer (use the signed one, if available).

Signed releases will occasionally be provided on a best effort approach.

Note: Due to the expiration of the old certificate, a new certificate to sign the binaries has
been created and will be used starting with the next release after April 14th, 2020.
This may cause a SmartScreen warning by Windows because the certificate is new. Hopefully this
warning will vanish, once the certificate has been used more widely.
If you want to avoid this warning, you can use the latest release with the old certificate
v8.2.577.

Changes:

  • 8.2.1127: Vim9: getting a dict member may not work
  • 8.2.1126: Vim9: using :copen causes an error
  • 8.2.1125: Vim9: double quote can be a string or a comment
  • 8.2.1124: Vim9: no line break allowed in :import command

Files:

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Interface Informations

See the README for detail.

Assets 5

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 3, 2020

Github Downloads (by Release)
Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

If you do not know what to use, use the 32bit installer (use the signed one, if available).

Signed releases will occasionally be provided on a best effort approach.

Note: Due to the expiration of the old certificate, a new certificate to sign the binaries has
been created and will be used starting with the next release after April 14th, 2020.
This may cause a SmartScreen warning by Windows because the certificate is new. Hopefully this
warning will vanish, once the certificate has been used more widely.
If you want to avoid this warning, you can use the latest release with the old certificate
v8.2.577.

Changes:

  • 8.2.1123: Python 3 test is old style
  • 8.2.1122: Vim9: line continuation in dict member not recognized
  • 8.2.1121: command completion not working after ++arg
  • 8.2.1120: Python code not tested properly

Files:

🔓 Unsigned Files:

Interface Informations

See the README for detail.

Assets 8

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 2, 2020

Github Downloads (by Release)
Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

If you do not know what to use, use the 32bit installer (use the signed one, if available).

Signed releases will occasionally be provided on a best effort approach.

Note: Due to the expiration of the old certificate, a new certificate to sign the binaries has
been created and will be used starting with the next release after April 14th, 2020.
This may cause a SmartScreen warning by Windows because the certificate is new. Hopefully this
warning will vanish, once the certificate has been used more widely.
If you want to avoid this warning, you can use the latest release with the old certificate
v8.2.577.

Changes:

  • 8.2.1119: configure fails with Xcode 12 beta
  • 8.2.1118: condition can never be true, dead code
  • 8.2.1117: Coverity warns for unsing unitialized field
  • 8.2.1116: Vim9: parsing command checks for list twice
  • 8.2.1115: iminsert test fails when compiled with VIMDLL

Files:

🔓 Unsigned Files:

Interface Informations

See the README for detail.

Assets 8

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 1, 2020

Github Downloads (by Release)
Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

If you do not know what to use, use the 32bit installer (use the signed one, if available).

Signed releases will occasionally be provided on a best effort approach.

Note: Due to the expiration of the old certificate, a new certificate to sign the binaries has
been created and will be used starting with the next release after April 14th, 2020.
This may cause a SmartScreen warning by Windows because the certificate is new. Hopefully this
warning will vanish, once the certificate has been used more widely.
If you want to avoid this warning, you can use the latest release with the old certificate
v8.2.577.

Changes:

  • 8.2.1114: terminal test sometimes times out
  • 8.2.1113: no test for verbose output of :call
  • 8.2.1112: Vim9: no line continuation allowed in method call
  • 8.2.1111: inconsistent naming of get_list_tv() and eval_dict()
  • 8.2.1110: Vim9: line continuation does not work in function arguments
  • 8.2.1109: still crashing when using s:variable
  • 8.2.1108: mouse left-right scroll is not supported in terminal window
  • 8.2.1107: 'imactivatefunc' and 'imstatusfunc' are not used in the GUI
  • 8.2.1106: crash when trying to use s: variable in typed command
  • 8.2.1105: insufficient test coverage for Lua
  • 8.2.1104: Coverity warnts for possible NULL pointer use
  • 8.2.1103: Coverity reports an unnecessary NULL check
  • 8.2.1102: Coverity gets confused by an unnecessary NULL check

Files:

🔓 Unsigned Files:

Interface Informations

See the README for detail.

Assets 8
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