[Vimpulse] `make big` target

Štěpán Němec stepnem at gmail.com
Mon Sep 27 13:41:50 CEST 2010

Stephen Bach <sjbach at sjbach.com> writes:

> Hi,
> There seems to be a problem with the `big` Makefile target - the elisp
> produced appears to be unparseable, at least for me.  ("End of file
> during parsing" -- and trying to track down paren imbalances is a dog,
> so I didn't try very hard to pinpoint the issue.)

Yeah... 37945c50fd (Remove superfluous Visual code) broke it.
Actually, my guess is that the fix is trivial -- Vegard made a simple
change cramming multiple froms under a single `eval-when-compile', which
the simple `sed' hack used to strip these forms does not grok.

OTOH, we should just definitively remove the big file support.

Vegard, what do you think? (BTW, you should actually use the makefile
test targets to check for breakages before you push changes, you know

To anybody still using the single-file version, I recommend using the
multiple files. It's also less hassle, actually -- just put the vimpulse
directory into your `load-path' and you're all set.


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