You can grab the pkg along with everything build-system or source-related that I used from there. The simple instructions if you want to rebuild it your own way:
- Download the vim-6.3.tar.bz2 and all the other files at the URL listed above, extract the vim tarball to a build directory of your choice.
- Place the "copyright", "pkginfo", and "vimtopkg" files in the newly extracted directory.
- Edit pkginfo with your editor to match your personal info.
- Do a configure with something like what is below from the top level directory adding or disabling features as you please, replacing the --prefix with one of your own choosing.:
./configure --prefix=/opt/BCvim --with-features=huge --with-compiledby='my @ email address' --enable-perlinterp=no --enable-pythoninterp --enable-tclinterp --enable-cscope --enable-workshop --enable-multibyte --enable-xim --enable-fontset --with-x --enable-gnome-check
- Perform the make from the top level directory:
- Run vimtopkg from the top level directory:
- Tell it you want to use the pkginfo file.
- Be amazed as a complete package is written out for you ready to enjoy via pkgadd
Thanks to Phil for the original gnutopkg script that I based the vimtopkg ksh script on. I also have a more generic one suitable for packaging just about any autofoo* based program.
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