v8.1.0189

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 15, 2018

Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

Changes:

  • 8.1.0189: function defined in sandbox not tested
  • Update runtime files.
  • 8.1.0188: no test for ":cscope add"
  • 8.1.0187: getwininfo() and win_screenpos() return different numbers

Download and execute the most recent gvim_8.._x86.exe file to install Vim.
The exe file contains the (32bit) installer while the .zip files contain an
archive of the 32bit (_x86) or 64bit versions (_x64). To install it, extract
the archive and update your PATH variable. The installer will do that
automatically and provide some additional extensions (e.g. Edit with Vim menu).
The gvim...pdb.zip file only contains the corresponding pdb files for debugging the binaries.

If you need a dynamic interface to Perl, Python2, Python3, Ruby, TCL, Lua or Racket/MzScheme,
make sure you also install the following. Vim will work without it, but some Plugin
might need this additional dependency. (e.g. Gundo needs a working Python2 installation,
Command-T needs a working Ruby installation and Neocomplete needs a working Lua
installation). This means, those interpreters have to be installed in addition to Vim.
Without it Vim won't be able to use that feature! You can find those interperters here:

Make sure that you install the same architecture (32bit/64bit) that matches your Vim installation.

v8.1.0186

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 14, 2018

Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

Changes:

  • 8.1.0186: test for getwininfo() fails in GUI
  • 8.1.0185: running tests writes lua.vim even though it is not used
  • 8.1.0184: not easy to figure out the window layout
  • 8.1.0183: Lua API changed, breaking the build
  • 8.1.0182: Unicode standard was updated
  • 8.1.0181: memory leak with trailing characters in skip expression

Download and execute the most recent gvim_8.._x86.exe file to install Vim.
The exe file contains the (32bit) installer while the .zip files contain an
archive of the 32bit (_x86) or 64bit versions (_x64). To install it, extract
the archive and update your PATH variable. The installer will do that
automatically and provide some additional extensions (e.g. Edit with Vim menu).
The gvim...pdb.zip file only contains the corresponding pdb files for debugging the binaries.

If you need a dynamic interface to Perl, Python2, Python3, Ruby, TCL, Lua or Racket/MzScheme,
make sure you also install the following. Vim will work without it, but some Plugin
might need this additional dependency. (e.g. Gundo needs a working Python2 installation,
Command-T needs a working Ruby installation and Neocomplete needs a working Lua
installation). This means, those interpreters have to be installed in addition to Vim.
Without it Vim won't be able to use that feature! You can find those interperters here:

Make sure that you install the same architecture (32bit/64bit) that matches your Vim installation.

v8.1.0180

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 13, 2018

Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

Changes:

  • 8.1.0180: static analysis errors in Lua interface
  • 8.1.0179: redundant condition for boundary check

Download and execute the most recent gvim_8.._x86.exe file to install Vim.
The exe file contains the (32bit) installer while the .zip files contain an
archive of the 32bit (_x86) or 64bit versions (_x64). To install it, extract
the archive and update your PATH variable. The installer will do that
automatically and provide some additional extensions (e.g. Edit with Vim menu).
The gvim...pdb.zip file only contains the corresponding pdb files for debugging the binaries.

If you need a dynamic interface to Perl, Python2, Python3, Ruby, TCL, Lua or Racket/MzScheme,
make sure you also install the following. Vim will work without it, but some Plugin
might need this additional dependency. (e.g. Gundo needs a working Python2 installation,
Command-T needs a working Ruby installation and Neocomplete needs a working Lua
installation). This means, those interpreters have to be installed in addition to Vim.
Without it Vim won't be able to use that feature! You can find those interperters here:

Make sure that you install the same architecture (32bit/64bit) that matches your Vim installation.

v8.1.0178

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 11, 2018

Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

Changes:

  • 8.1.0178: warning for passing pointer to non-pointer argument

Download and execute the most recent gvim_8.._x86.exe file to install Vim.
The exe file contains the (32bit) installer while the .zip files contain an
archive of the 32bit (_x86) or 64bit versions (_x64). To install it, extract
the archive and update your PATH variable. The installer will do that
automatically and provide some additional extensions (e.g. Edit with Vim menu).
The gvim...pdb.zip file only contains the corresponding pdb files for debugging the binaries.

If you need a dynamic interface to Perl, Python2, Python3, Ruby, TCL, Lua or Racket/MzScheme,
make sure you also install the following. Vim will work without it, but some Plugin
might need this additional dependency. (e.g. Gundo needs a working Python2 installation,
Command-T needs a working Ruby installation and Neocomplete needs a working Lua
installation). This means, those interpreters have to be installed in addition to Vim.
Without it Vim won't be able to use that feature! You can find those interperters here:

Make sure that you install the same architecture (32bit/64bit) that matches your Vim installation.

v8.1.0177

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 10, 2018

Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

Changes:

  • 8.1.0177: defining function in sandbox is inconsistent
  • 8.1.0176: overlapping string argument for strcpy()
  • 8.1.0175: marks test fails in very wide window
  • 8.1.0174: after paging up and down fold line is wrong

Download and execute the most recent gvim_8.._x86.exe file to install Vim.
The exe file contains the (32bit) installer while the .zip files contain an
archive of the 32bit (_x86) or 64bit versions (_x64). To install it, extract
the archive and update your PATH variable. The installer will do that
automatically and provide some additional extensions (e.g. Edit with Vim menu).
The gvim...pdb.zip file only contains the corresponding pdb files for debugging the binaries.

If you need a dynamic interface to Perl, Python2, Python3, Ruby, TCL, Lua or Racket/MzScheme,
make sure you also install the following. Vim will work without it, but some Plugin
might need this additional dependency. (e.g. Gundo needs a working Python2 installation,
Command-T needs a working Ruby installation and Neocomplete needs a working Lua
installation). This means, those interpreters have to be installed in addition to Vim.
Without it Vim won't be able to use that feature! You can find those interperters here:

Make sure that you install the same architecture (32bit/64bit) that matches your Vim installation.

v8.1.0173

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 9, 2018

Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

Changes:

  • 8.1.0173: compiler warning on MS-Windows

Download and execute the most recent gvim_8.._x86.exe file to install Vim.
The exe file contains the (32bit) installer while the .zip files contain an
archive of the 32bit (_x86) or 64bit versions (_x64). To install it, extract
the archive and update your PATH variable. The installer will do that
automatically and provide some additional extensions (e.g. Edit with Vim menu).
The gvim...pdb.zip file only contains the corresponding pdb files for debugging the binaries.

If you need a dynamic interface to Perl, Python2, Python3, Ruby, TCL, Lua or Racket/MzScheme,
make sure you also install the following. Vim will work without it, but some Plugin
might need this additional dependency. (e.g. Gundo needs a working Python2 installation,
Command-T needs a working Ruby installation and Neocomplete needs a working Lua
installation). This means, those interpreters have to be installed in addition to Vim.
Without it Vim won't be able to use that feature! You can find those interperters here:

Make sure that you install the same architecture (32bit/64bit) that matches your Vim installation.

v8.1.0172

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 8, 2018

Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

Changes:

  • 8.1.0172: 'viminfofile' option does not behave like a file name
  • 8.1.0171: typing CTRL-W n in a terminal window causes ml_get error
  • 8.1.0170: invalid memory use with complicated pattern
  • 8.1.0169: calling message_filtered() a bit too often
  • 8.1.0168: output of :marks is too short with multi-byte chars
  • 8.1.0167: lock flag in new dictitem is reset in many places
  • 8.1.0166: using dict_add_nr_str() is clumsy
  • 8.1.0165: :clist output can be very long

Download and execute the most recent gvim_8.._x86.exe file to install Vim.
The exe file contains the (32bit) installer while the .zip files contain an
archive of the 32bit (_x86) or 64bit versions (_x64). To install it, extract
the archive and update your PATH variable. The installer will do that
automatically and provide some additional extensions (e.g. Edit with Vim menu).
The gvim...pdb.zip file only contains the corresponding pdb files for debugging the binaries.

If you need a dynamic interface to Perl, Python2, Python3, Ruby, TCL, Lua or Racket/MzScheme,
make sure you also install the following. Vim will work without it, but some Plugin
might need this additional dependency. (e.g. Gundo needs a working Python2 installation,
Command-T needs a working Ruby installation and Neocomplete needs a working Lua
installation). This means, those interpreters have to be installed in addition to Vim.
Without it Vim won't be able to use that feature! You can find those interperters here:

Make sure that you install the same architecture (32bit/64bit) that matches your Vim installation.

v8.1.0164

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 7, 2018

Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

Changes:

  • Update runtime files, add Danish translations.
  • 8.1.0164: luaeval('vim.buffer().name') returns an error
  • 8.1.0163: insufficient testing for Tcl
  • 8.1.0162: Danish and German man pages are not installed
  • 8.1.0161: buffer not updated with 'autoread' set if file was deleted
  • 8.1.0160: no Danish manual translations
  • 8.1.0159: completion for user names does not work for a prefix.
  • 8.1.0158: GUI: input() fails if CTRL-C was pressed before

Download and execute the most recent gvim_8.._x86.exe file to install Vim.
The exe file contains the (32bit) installer while the .zip files contain an
archive of the 32bit (_x86) or 64bit versions (_x64). To install it, extract
the archive and update your PATH variable. The installer will do that
automatically and provide some additional extensions (e.g. Edit with Vim menu).
The gvim...pdb.zip file only contains the corresponding pdb files for debugging the binaries.

If you need a dynamic interface to Perl, Python2, Python3, Ruby, TCL, Lua or Racket/MzScheme,
make sure you also install the following. Vim will work without it, but some Plugin
might need this additional dependency. (e.g. Gundo needs a working Python2 installation,
Command-T needs a working Ruby installation and Neocomplete needs a working Lua
installation). This means, those interpreters have to be installed in addition to Vim.
Without it Vim won't be able to use that feature! You can find those interperters here:

Make sure that you install the same architecture (32bit/64bit) that matches your Vim installation.

v8.1.0157

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 6, 2018

Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

Changes:

  • 8.1.0157: old iTerm2 is not recognized, resulting in stray output
  • 8.1.0156: MS-Windows compiler warning

Download and execute the most recent gvim_8.._x86.exe file to install Vim.
The exe file contains the (32bit) installer while the .zip files contain an
archive of the 32bit (_x86) or 64bit versions (_x64). To install it, extract
the archive and update your PATH variable. The installer will do that
automatically and provide some additional extensions (e.g. Edit with Vim menu).
The gvim...pdb.zip file only contains the corresponding pdb files for debugging the binaries.

If you need a dynamic interface to Perl, Python2, Python3, Ruby, TCL, Lua or Racket/MzScheme,
make sure you also install the following. Vim will work without it, but some Plugin
might need this additional dependency. (e.g. Gundo needs a working Python2 installation,
Command-T needs a working Ruby installation and Neocomplete needs a working Lua
installation). This means, those interpreters have to be installed in addition to Vim.
Without it Vim won't be able to use that feature! You can find those interperters here:

Make sure that you install the same architecture (32bit/64bit) that matches your Vim installation.

v8.1.0155

@chrisbra chrisbra released this Jul 5, 2018

Nightly Vim Windows build snapshots (more information).

Changes:

  • 8.1.0155: evim.man missing from the distribution
  • 8.1.0154: crash with "set smarttab shiftwidth=0 softtabstop=-1"
  • 8.1.0153: build with SHADOWDIR fails

Download and execute the most recent gvim_8.._x86.exe file to install Vim.
The exe file contains the (32bit) installer while the .zip files contain an
archive of the 32bit (_x86) or 64bit versions (_x64). To install it, extract
the archive and update your PATH variable. The installer will do that
automatically and provide some additional extensions (e.g. Edit with Vim menu).
The gvim...pdb.zip file only contains the corresponding pdb files for debugging the binaries.

If you need a dynamic interface to Perl, Python2, Python3, Ruby, TCL, Lua or Racket/MzScheme,
make sure you also install the following. Vim will work without it, but some Plugin
might need this additional dependency. (e.g. Gundo needs a working Python2 installation,
Command-T needs a working Ruby installation and Neocomplete needs a working Lua
installation). This means, those interpreters have to be installed in addition to Vim.
Without it Vim won't be able to use that feature! You can find those interperters here:

Make sure that you install the same architecture (32bit/64bit) that matches your Vim installation.