I have branched Vim development, so that a few important patches on 7.2
can still be included. However, I will now concentrate on the 7.3
release. At first I'll include a few bigger patches, so that they can
be tested all together.
I'll look at the voting list to help me decide what to include:
However, I don't have time to add features from scratch and patches
that need a lot more work. The "persistent undo" feature is a border
case. It's in the fourth position now, but the patch needs a bit more
work. I'll see what I can do.
For now the files are only distributed through Mercurial. That makes it
easy for me to make the files available after each change. And easy for
you to sync with the latest version.
To get the files:
hg clone https://vim.googlecode.com/hg/
hg update vim73
Later you can fetch changes, as often as you like, with:
You can also use your existing Mercurial Vim repository, or a clone of
it, and jump to the "vim73" branch. Should be faster.
For a bit more information and links to Mercurial documentation:
I'm not going to make binaries for a while. If someone can volunteer to
make MS-Windows binaries available, please let us know.
Please send remarks about the 7.3 development to the vim-dev maillist.
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