Just wanted to install vim - had to spend entire day building
demelier.david at gmail.com
Mon Jan 10 17:03:45 UTC 2011
On 09/01/2011 22:19, Tony Maserati wrote:
> I'm just curious - what's the point of including X11 as a dependency to vim?
> And then making a vim-lite port (which you usually discover after installing
> X11). How about making it vim and vim-x11 instead?
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You must wait that the vim maintainer want to switch to the OPTIONS
framework. Actually he does not want to do it. He prefers to be alone to
use the old KNOB system just to do `not like all other people`.
So because you can't make a convenient `make config` you need to read
the makefile or installing ports-mgmt/lsknobs, run lsknobs in the
current port path and then set every knob you want in /etc/make.conf
But be careful ! Because make.conf is used by every port you should use
ports-mgmt/portconf to write only vim knob in /usr/local/etc/ports.conf
Isn't that convenient? :-)
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