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non port: editors/vim-tiny/pkg-descr

Number of commits found: 3

Thursday, 2 Sep 2021
06:36 Adam Weinberger (adamw) search for other commits by this committer
editors/vim: Flavorize and update to 8.2.3394

This commit completely rewires the vim ports. It includes the following:

* `vim' is now a TUI-only package. It is what the `vim-console' port
  was.

* `vim-gtk3' includes the TUI binary (vim) and a GTk3-backed GUI. It is
  what the `vim' port was.

* Each GUI toolkit has a separate package. There is vim-gtk3, -gtk2,
  -motif, -athena, and -x11.

* `vim-tiny' is still the same thing, except it includes a defaults.vim
  stub to silence a startup error message.

* Only the python3 language binding is included by default. Perl, Ruby,
  TCL, Scheme, and Lua can still be enabled via options. But there are
  very, very few plugins that require anything other than python.

* py27 support is removed entirely.

* CScope support is unconditionally enabled, but vim no longer depends
  upon it. If cscope is installed, it'll be used.

* The default ctags is now the version included in base. It's very
  rudimentary, but only a subset of users use ctags at all. Universal or
  exuberant ctags can still be enabled via option knobs.
commit hash: 620f205539a43fd8da97750d33eebdfc1e133330 commit hash: 620f205539a43fd8da97750d33eebdfc1e133330 commit hash: 620f205539a43fd8da97750d33eebdfc1e133330 commit hash: 620f205539a43fd8da97750d33eebdfc1e133330 620f205
Thursday, 11 Jan 2018
20:34 adamw search for other commits by this committer
Chase the vim-lite -> vim-console rename
Original commitRevision:458788 
Monday, 8 Jan 2018
19:44 adamw search for other commits by this committer
Add editors/vim-tiny.

By popular request, this is a slave port that installs only the vim binary. It
has
no dependencies, produces a 1 MB package with a 3 MB installed footprint, and
is unable to do anything except edit files. It contains no help files, no
runtime
files, no syntax highlighting, no filetype-specific indenting, non-US keymaps,
macros, or spell-checking.

vim-tiny is designed for minimal installs, and is the wrong choice for most
users.
Original commitRevision:458471 

Number of commits found: 3