Re: gvim crash when using UTF-8 locale and paste text from Windows clipboard
> Hi Bram, recently I use MSVC 6.0 to compile Vim, and found Vim 6.4
> will not crash when try to display some UTF-8 encoded Chinese message.
> Both GCC 3.4.4 in Cygwin and MSVC 5.0 (you use it compile the
> "official build", don't you?) compiled Vim 6.4 will crash on this
> But Vim 7.0aa already fixed this "bug" (I've tested above version
> 7.0149), use GCC to compile is OK. And, Vim 7 can correctly hand the
> Chinese file name on zh_CN.UTF-8 locale now. (Vim 6.4 can't)
> So, I want to suggest you use the recent version of MSVC to compile
> the "official build" if possible, thanks.
I plan to switch to the free compiler that MS distributes. But I need
to make sure there are no legal problems and find a way to debug the
"Hit any key to continue" it said, but nothing happened after F sharp.
> I plan to switch to the free compiler that MS distributes. But I need
> to make sure there are no legal problems and find a way to debug the
> resulting program.
> - Bram
> "Hit any key to continue" it said, but nothing happened after F sharp.
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