pc/gvim72a.exe self-installing, includes all runtime files
extra/vim-7.2a-extra.tar.gz source files for non-Unix platforms
extra/vim-7.2a-lang.tar.gz multi-language files
doc/vim72ahtml.zip help files converted to HTML
MS-WINDOWS separate files:
pc/vim72art.zip runtime files
pc/vim72alang.zip files for translated messages and menus
pc/gvim72a.zip GUI binary for Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP
pc/gvim72aole.zip GUI binary with OLE support
pc/gvim72a_s.zip GUI binary for Windows 3.1 (untested)
pc/vim72ad32.zip console version for MS-DOS/Windows 95/98
pc/vim72aw32.zip console version for Windows NT/2000/XP
pc/vim72asrc.zip sources for PC (with CR-LF)
DIFFS TO PREVIOUS RELEASE:
unix/vim-7.1-7.2a.diff.gz sources + runtime files
extra/vim-7.1-7.2a-extra.diff.gz extra files
extra/vim-7.1-7.2a-lang.diff.gz multi-language files
There is no 16-bit DOS version, I could not build it.
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