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32 vs 64 bit versions

Robert Solomon
I am unclear how to install 64 bit vim on windows 10.  The nightly builds on the vim win32 installer have an installer gvim_8.1.xxxx_x86.exe that is the primary one.  But there is also _x64.zip, and I don't know how to use it. 

There is now a _x64.exe installer labeled experimental. 

How do the .zip files get installed? 

On Fri, Dec 28, 2018, 12:46 AM <[hidden email] wrote:
Ni Va <[hidden email]>: Dec 27 10:18AM -0800

Hi,
 
Creating and putting newplugin in
 
~\.vim\pack\foo\start\newplugin\autoload \plugin \syntax
 
 
 
It appears that at vim start, newplugin is not loaded as help says.
 
Thank you
 
nota: runtimepath does not include packpath
meine <[hidden email]>: Dec 27 03:32PM +0100

> I am using MS Windows both in GUI and command prompt mode. What kind of
> terminal is set when IĀ
> start VIM from a DOS command prompt?
 
you could add some lines to your .vimrc to distinguish between GUI en
CLI environment but use the same settings like line numbering in both
envoronments. the blocks can be extended as you like. it is possible
that naming the environment (`x11' for using the X window system) has to
be called differently on a Windows box. I don't have any experience with
that.
 
below is the part I use:
 
if has('gui_running')
colorscheme molokai_dark
set guifont=Monospace\ 10
set columns=85 lines=30
elseif has('x11')
colorscheme molokai_dark
set guifont=Monospace\ 10
" set columns=85 lines=30
else
colorscheme evening
set t_Co=256
endif
 
//meine
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