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/* vi:set ts=8 sts=4 sw=4:
 *
 * VIM - Vi IMproved	by Bram Moolenaar
 *
 * Do ":help uganda"  in Vim to read copying and usage conditions.
 * Do ":help credits" in Vim to see a list of people who contributed.
 * See README.txt for an overview of the Vim source code.
 */

/*
 * dosinst.c: Install program for Vim on MS-DOS and MS-Windows
 *
 * Compile with Make_mvc.mak, Make_bc3.mak, Make_bc5.mak or Make_djg.mak.
 */

/*
 * Include common code for dosinst.c and uninstal.c.
 */
#define DOSINST
#include "dosinst.h"

/* Macro to do an error check I was typing over and over */
#define CHECK_REG_ERROR(code) if (code != ERROR_SUCCESS) { printf("%ld error number:  %ld\n", (long)__LINE__, (long)code); return 1; }

int	has_vim = 0;		/* installable vim.exe exists */
int	has_gvim = 0;		/* installable gvim.exe exists */

char	oldvimrc[BUFSIZE];	/* name of existing vimrc file */
char	vimrc[BUFSIZE];		/* name of vimrc file to create */

char	*default_bat_dir = NULL;  /* when not NULL, use this as the default
				     directory to write .bat files in */
char	*default_vim_dir = NULL;  /* when not NULL, use this as the default
				     install dir for NSIS */
#if 0
char	homedir[BUFSIZE];	/* home directory or "" */
#endif

/*
 * Structure used for each choice the user can make.
 */
struct choice
{
    int	    active;			/* non-zero when choice is active */
    char    *text;			/* text displayed for this choice */
    void    (*changefunc)(int idx);	/* function to change this choice */
    int	    arg;			/* argument for function */
    void    (*installfunc)(int idx);	/* function to install this choice */
};

struct choice	choices[30];		/* choices the user can make */
int		choice_count = 0;	/* number of choices available */

#define TABLE_SIZE(s)	(int)(sizeof(s) / sizeof(*s))

enum
{
    compat_vi = 1,
    compat_some_enhancements,
    compat_all_enhancements
};
char	*(compat_choices[]) =
{
    "\nChoose the default way to run Vim:",
    "Vi compatible",
    "with some Vim ehancements",
    "with syntax highlighting and other features switched on",
};
int	compat_choice = (int)compat_all_enhancements;
char	*compat_text = "- run Vim %s";

enum
{
    remap_no = 1,
    remap_win
};
char	*(remap_choices[]) =
{
    "\nChoose:",
    "Do not remap keys for Windows behavior",
    "Remap a few keys for Windows behavior (<C-V>, <C-C>, etc)",
};
int	remap_choice = (int)remap_win;
char	*remap_text = "- %s";

enum
{
    mouse_xterm = 1,
    mouse_mswin
};
char	*(mouse_choices[]) =
{
    "\nChoose the way how Vim uses the mouse:",
    "right button extends selection (the Unix way)",
    "right button has a popup menu (the Windows way)",
};
int	mouse_choice = (int)mouse_mswin;
char	*mouse_text = "- The mouse %s";

enum
{
    vimfiles_dir_none = 1,
    vimfiles_dir_vim,
    vimfiles_dir_home
};
static char    *(vimfiles_dir_choices[]) =
{
    "\nCreate plugin directories:",
    "No",
    "In the VIM directory",
    "In your HOME directory",
};
static int     vimfiles_dir_choice;

/* non-zero when selected to install the popup menu entry. */
static int	install_popup = 0;

/* non-zero when selected to install the "Open with" entry. */
static int	install_openwith = 0;

/* non-zero when need to add an uninstall entry in the registry */
static int	need_uninstall_entry = 0;

/*
 * Definitions of the directory name (under $VIM) of the vimfiles directory
 * and its subdirectories:
 */
static char	*(vimfiles_subdirs[]) =
{
    "colors",
    "compiler",
    "doc",
    "ftdetect",
    "ftplugin",
    "indent",
    "keymap",
    "plugin",
    "syntax",
};

/*
 * Copy a directory name from "dir" to "buf", doubling backslashes.
 * Also make sure it ends in a double backslash.
 */
    static void
double_bs(char *dir, char *buf)
{
    char *d = buf;
    char *s;

    for (s = dir; *s; ++s)
    {
	if (*s == '\\')
	    *d++ = '\\';
	*d++ = *s;
    }
    /* when dir is not empty, it must end in a double backslash */
    if (d > buf && d[-1] != '\\')
    {
	*d++ = '\\';
	*d++ = '\\';
    }
    *d = NUL;
}

/*
 * Obtain a choice from a table.
 * First entry is a question, others are choices.
 */
    static int
get_choice(char **table, int entries)
{
    int		answer;
    int		idx;
    char	dummy[100];

    do
    {
	for (idx = 0; idx < entries; ++idx)
	{
	    if (idx)
		printf("%2d  ", idx);
	    printf(table[idx]);
	    printf("\n");
	}
	printf("Choice: ");
	if (scanf("%d", &answer) != 1)
	{
	    scanf("%99s", dummy);
	    answer = 0;
	}
    }
    while (answer < 1 || answer >= entries);

    return answer;
}

/*
 * Check if the user unpacked the archives properly.
 * Sets "runtimeidx".
 */
    static void
check_unpack(void)
{
    char	buf[BUFSIZE];
    FILE	*fd;
    struct stat	st;

    /* check for presence of the correct version number in installdir[] */
    runtimeidx = strlen(installdir) - strlen(VIM_VERSION_NODOT);
    if (runtimeidx <= 0
	    || stricmp(installdir + runtimeidx, VIM_VERSION_NODOT) != 0
	    || (installdir[runtimeidx - 1] != '/'
		&& installdir[runtimeidx - 1] != '\\'))
    {
	printf("ERROR: Install program not in directory \"%s\"\n",
		VIM_VERSION_NODOT);
	printf("This program can only work when it is located in its original directory\n");
	myexit(1);
    }

    /* check if filetype.vim is present, which means the runtime archive has
     * been unpacked  */
    sprintf(buf, "%s\\filetype.vim", installdir);
    if (stat(buf, &st) < 0)
    {
	printf("ERROR: Cannot find filetype.vim in \"%s\"\n", installdir);
	printf("It looks like you did not unpack the runtime archive.\n");
	printf("You must unpack the runtime archive \"vim%srt.zip\" before installing.\n",
		VIM_VERSION_NODOT + 3);
	myexit(1);
    }

    /* Check if vim.exe or gvim.exe is in the current directory. */
    if ((fd = fopen("gvim.exe", "r")) != NULL)
    {
	fclose(fd);
	has_gvim = 1;
    }
    if ((fd = fopen("vim.exe", "r")) != NULL)
    {
	fclose(fd);
	has_vim = 1;
    }
    if (!has_gvim && !has_vim)
    {
	printf("ERROR: Cannot find any Vim executables in \"%s\"\n\n",
								  installdir);
	myexit(1);
    }
}

/*
 * Compare paths "p[plen]" to "q[qlen]".  Return 0 if they match.
 * Ignores case and differences between '/' and '\'.
 * "plen" and "qlen" can be negative, strlen() is used then.
 */
    static int
pathcmp(char *p, int plen, char *q, int qlen)
{
    int		i;

    if (plen < 0)
	plen = strlen(p);
    if (qlen < 0)
	qlen = strlen(q);
    for (i = 0; ; ++i)
    {
	/* End of "p": check if "q" also ends or just has a slash. */
	if (i == plen)
	{
	    if (i == qlen)  /* match */
		return 0;
	    if (i == qlen - 1 && (q[i] == '\\' || q[i] == '/'))
		return 0;   /* match with trailing slash */
	    return 1;	    /* no match */
	}

	/* End of "q": check if "p" also ends or just has a slash. */
	if (i == qlen)
	{
	    if (i == plen)  /* match */
		return 0;
	    if (i == plen - 1 && (p[i] == '\\' || p[i] == '/'))
		return 0;   /* match with trailing slash */
	    return 1;	    /* no match */
	}

	if (!(mytoupper(p[i]) == mytoupper(q[i])
		|| ((p[i] == '/' || p[i] == '\\')
		    && (q[i] == '/' || q[i] == '\\'))))
	    return 1;	    /* no match */
    }
    /*NOTREACHED*/
}

/*
 * If the executable "**destination" is in the install directory, find another
 * one in $PATH.
 * On input "**destination" is the path of an executable in allocated memory
 * (or NULL).
 * "*destination" is set to NULL or the location of the file.
 */
    static void
findoldfile(char **destination)
{
    char	*bp = *destination;
    size_t	indir_l = strlen(installdir);
    char	*cp = bp + indir_l;
    char	*tmpname;
    char	*farname;

    /*
     * No action needed if exe not found or not in this directory.
     */
    if (bp == NULL
	    || strnicmp(bp, installdir, indir_l) != 0
	    || strchr("/\\", *cp++) == NULL
	    || strchr(cp, '\\') != NULL
	    || strchr(cp, '/') != NULL)
	return;

    tmpname = alloc((int)strlen(cp) + 1);
    strcpy(tmpname, cp);
    tmpname[strlen(tmpname) - 1] = 'x';	/* .exe -> .exx */

    if (access(tmpname, 0) == 0)
    {
	printf("\nERROR: %s and %s clash.  Remove or rename %s.\n",
	    tmpname, cp, tmpname);
	myexit(1);
    }

    if (rename(cp, tmpname) != 0)
    {
	printf("\nERROR: failed to rename %s to %s: %s\n",
	    cp, tmpname, strerror(0));
	myexit(1);
    }

    farname = searchpath_save(cp);

    if (rename(tmpname, cp) != 0)
    {
	printf("\nERROR: failed to rename %s back to %s: %s\n",
	    tmpname, cp, strerror(0));
	myexit(1);
    }

    free(*destination);
    free(tmpname);
    *destination = farname;
}

/*
 * Check if there is a vim.[exe|bat|, gvim.[exe|bat|, etc. in the path.
 * When "check_bat_only" is TRUE, only find "default_bat_dir".
 */
    static void
find_bat_exe(int check_bat_only)
{
    int		i;

    /* avoid looking in the "installdir" by chdir to system root */
    mch_chdir(sysdrive);
    mch_chdir("\\");

    for (i = 1; i < TARGET_COUNT; ++i)
    {
	targets[i].oldbat = searchpath_save(targets[i].batname);
	if (!check_bat_only)
	    targets[i].oldexe = searchpath_save(targets[i].exename);

	if (default_bat_dir == NULL && targets[i].oldbat != NULL)
	{
	    default_bat_dir = alloc(strlen(targets[i].oldbat) + 1);
	    strcpy(default_bat_dir, targets[i].oldbat);
	    remove_tail(default_bat_dir);
	}
	if (check_bat_only && targets[i].oldbat != NULL)
	{
	    free(targets[i].oldbat);
	    targets[i].oldbat = NULL;
	}
    }

    mch_chdir(installdir);
}

#ifdef WIN3264
/*
 * Get the value of $VIMRUNTIME or $VIM and write it in $TEMP/vimini.ini, so
 * that NSIS can read it.
 * When not set, use the directory of a previously installed Vim.
 */
    static void
get_vim_env(void)
{
    char	*vim;
    char	buf[BUFSIZE];
    FILE	*fd;
    char	fname[BUFSIZE];

    /* First get $VIMRUNTIME.  If it's set, remove the tail. */
    vim = getenv("VIMRUNTIME");
    if (vim != NULL && *vim != 0)
    {
	strcpy(buf, vim);
	remove_tail(buf);
	vim = buf;
    }
    else
    {
	vim = getenv("VIM");
	if (vim == NULL || *vim == 0)
	{
	    /* Use the directory from an old uninstall entry. */
	    if (default_vim_dir != NULL)
		vim = default_vim_dir;
	    else
		/* Let NSIS know there is no default, it should use
		 * $PROGRAMFIlES. */
		vim = "";
	}
    }

    /* NSIS also uses GetTempPath(), thus we should get the same directory
     * name as where NSIS will look for vimini.ini. */
    GetTempPath(BUFSIZE, fname);
    add_pathsep(fname);
    strcat(fname, "vimini.ini");

    fd = fopen(fname, "w");
    if (fd != NULL)
    {
	/* Make it look like an .ini file, so that NSIS can read it with a
	 * ReadINIStr command. */
	fprintf(fd, "[vimini]\n");
	fprintf(fd, "dir=\"%s\"\n", vim);
	fclose(fd);
    }
    else
    {
	printf("Failed to open %s\n", fname);
	Sleep(2000);
    }
}

/*
 * Check for already installed Vims.
 * Return non-zero when found one.
 */
    static int
uninstall_check(void)
{
    HKEY	key_handle;
    HKEY	uninstall_key_handle;
    char	*uninstall_key = "software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Uninstall";
    char	subkey_name_buff[BUFSIZE];
    char	temp_string_buffer[BUFSIZE];
    DWORD	local_bufsize = BUFSIZE;
    FILETIME	temp_pfiletime;
    DWORD	key_index;
    char	input;
    long	code;
    DWORD	value_type;
    DWORD	orig_num_keys;
    DWORD	new_num_keys;
    int		foundone = 0;

    code = RegOpenKeyEx(HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, uninstall_key, 0, KEY_READ,
								 &key_handle);
    CHECK_REG_ERROR(code);

    for (key_index = 0;
	 RegEnumKeyEx(key_handle, key_index, subkey_name_buff, &local_bufsize,
		NULL, NULL, NULL, &temp_pfiletime) != ERROR_NO_MORE_ITEMS;
	    key_index++)
    {
	local_bufsize = BUFSIZE;
	if (strncmp("Vim", subkey_name_buff, 3) == 0)
	{
	    /* Open the key named Vim* */
	    code = RegOpenKeyEx(key_handle, subkey_name_buff, 0, KEY_READ,
		    &uninstall_key_handle);
	    CHECK_REG_ERROR(code);

	    /* get the DisplayName out of it to show the user */
	    code = RegQueryValueEx(uninstall_key_handle, "displayname", 0,
		    &value_type, (LPBYTE)temp_string_buffer,
		    &local_bufsize);
	    local_bufsize = BUFSIZE;
	    CHECK_REG_ERROR(code);

	    foundone = 1;
	    printf("\n*********************************************************\n");
	    printf("Vim Install found what looks like an existing Vim version.\n");
	    printf("The name of the entry is:\n");
	    printf("\n        \"%s\"\n\n", temp_string_buffer);

	    printf("Installing the new version will disable part of the existing version.\n");
	    printf("(The batch files used in a console and the \"Edit with Vim\" entry in\n");
	    printf("the popup menu will use the new version)\n");

	    printf("\nDo you want to uninstall \"%s\" now?\n(y)es/(n)o)  ", temp_string_buffer);
	    fflush(stdout);

	    /* get the UninstallString */
	    code = RegQueryValueEx(uninstall_key_handle, "uninstallstring", 0,
		    &value_type, (LPBYTE)temp_string_buffer, &local_bufsize);
	    local_bufsize = BUFSIZE;
	    CHECK_REG_ERROR(code);

	    /* Remember the directory, it is used as the default for NSIS. */
	    default_vim_dir = alloc(strlen(temp_string_buffer) + 1);
	    strcpy(default_vim_dir, temp_string_buffer);
	    remove_tail(default_vim_dir);
	    remove_tail(default_vim_dir);

	    input = 'n';
	    do
	    {
		if (input != 'n')
		    printf("%c is an invalid reply.  Please enter either 'y' or 'n'\n", input);

		rewind(stdin);
		scanf("%c", &input);
		switch (input)
		{
		    case 'y':
		    case 'Y':
			/* save the number of uninstall keys so we can know if
			 * it changed */
			RegQueryInfoKey(key_handle, NULL, NULL, NULL,
					     &orig_num_keys, NULL, NULL, NULL,
						      NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL);

			/* Delete the uninstall key.  It has no subkeys, so
			 * this is easy.  Do this before uninstalling, that
			 * may try to delete the key as well. */
			RegDeleteKey(key_handle, subkey_name_buff);

			/* Find existing .bat files before deleting them.  */
			find_bat_exe(TRUE);

			/* Execute the uninstall program.  Put it in double
			 * quotes if there is an embedded space. */
			if (strchr(temp_string_buffer, ' ') != NULL)
			{
			    char buf[BUFSIZE];

			    strcpy(buf, temp_string_buffer);
			    sprintf(temp_string_buffer, "\"%s\"", buf);
			}
			run_command(temp_string_buffer);

			/* Check if an unistall reg key was deleted.
			 * if it was, we want to decrement key_index.
			 * if we don't do this, we will skip the key
			 * immediately after any key that we delete.  */
			RegQueryInfoKey(key_handle, NULL, NULL, NULL,
					      &new_num_keys, NULL, NULL, NULL,
						      NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL);
			if (new_num_keys < orig_num_keys)
			    key_index--;

			input = 'y';
			break;

		    case 'n':
		    case 'N':
			/* Do not uninstall */
			input = 'n';
			break;

		    default: /* just drop through and redo the loop */
			break;
		}

	    } while (input != 'n' && input != 'y');

	    RegCloseKey(uninstall_key_handle);
	}
    }
    RegCloseKey(key_handle);

    return foundone;
}
#endif

/*
 * Find out information about the system.
 */
    static void
inspect_system(void)
{
    char	*p;
    char	buf[BUFSIZE];
    FILE	*fd;
    int		i;
    int		foundone;

    /* This may take a little while, let the user know what we're doing. */
    printf("Inspecting system...\n");

    /*
     * If $VIM is set, check that it's pointing to our directory.
     */
    p = getenv("VIM");
    if (p != NULL && pathcmp(p, -1, installdir, runtimeidx - 1) != 0)
    {
	printf("------------------------------------------------------\n");
	printf("$VIM is set to \"%s\".\n", p);
	printf("This is different from where this version of Vim is:\n");
	strcpy(buf, installdir);
	*(buf + runtimeidx - 1) = NUL;
	printf("\"%s\"\n", buf);
	printf("You must adjust or remove the setting of $VIM,\n");
	if (interactive)
	{
	    printf("to be able to use this install program.\n");
	    myexit(1);
	}
	printf("otherwise Vim WILL NOT WORK properly!\n");
	printf("------------------------------------------------------\n");
    }

    /*
     * If $VIMRUNTIME is set, check that it's pointing to our runtime directory.
     */
    p = getenv("VIMRUNTIME");
    if (p != NULL && pathcmp(p, -1, installdir, -1) != 0)
    {
	printf("------------------------------------------------------\n");
	printf("$VIMRUNTIME is set to \"%s\".\n", p);
	printf("This is different from where this version of Vim is:\n");
	printf("\"%s\"\n", installdir);
	printf("You must adjust or remove the setting of $VIMRUNTIME,\n");
	if (interactive)
	{
	    printf("to be able to use this install program.\n");
	    myexit(1);
	}
	printf("otherwise Vim WILL NOT WORK properly!\n");
	printf("------------------------------------------------------\n");
    }

    /*
     * Check if there is a vim.[exe|bat|, gvim.[exe|bat|, etc. in the path.
     */
    find_bat_exe(FALSE);

    /*
     * A .exe in the install directory may be found anyway on Windows 2000.
     * Check for this situation and find another executable if necessary.
     * w.briscoe@ponl.com 2001-01-20
     */
    foundone = 0;
    for (i = 1; i < TARGET_COUNT; ++i)
    {
	findoldfile(&(targets[i].oldexe));
	if (targets[i].oldexe != NULL)
	    foundone = 1;
    }

    if (foundone)
    {
	printf("Warning: Found Vim executable(s) in your $PATH:\n");
	for (i = 1; i < TARGET_COUNT; ++i)
	    if (targets[i].oldexe != NULL)
		printf("%s\n", targets[i].oldexe);
	printf("It will be used instead of the version you are installing.\n");
	printf("Please delete or rename it, or adjust your $PATH setting.\n");
    }

    /*
     * Check if there is an existing ../_vimrc or ../.vimrc file.
     */
    strcpy(oldvimrc, installdir);
    strcpy(oldvimrc + runtimeidx, "_vimrc");
    if ((fd = fopen(oldvimrc, "r")) == NULL)
    {
	strcpy(oldvimrc + runtimeidx, "vimrc~1"); /* short version of .vimrc */
	if ((fd = fopen(oldvimrc, "r")) == NULL)
	{
	    strcpy(oldvimrc + runtimeidx, ".vimrc");
	    fd = fopen(oldvimrc, "r");
	}
    }
    if (fd != NULL)
	fclose(fd);
    else
	*oldvimrc = NUL;

#if 0 /* currently not used */
    /*
     * Get default home directory.
     * Prefer $HOME if it's set.  For Win NT use $HOMEDRIVE and $HOMEPATH.
     * Otherwise, if there is a "c:" drive use that.
     */
    p = getenv("HOME");
    if (p != NULL && *p != NUL && strlen(p) < BUFSIZE)
	strcpy(homedir, p);
    else
    {
	p = getenv("HOMEDRIVE");
	if (p != NULL && *p != NUL && strlen(p) + 2 < BUFSIZE)
	{
	    strcpy(homedir, p);
	    p = getenv("HOMEPATH");
	    if (p != NULL && *p != NUL && strlen(homedir) + strlen(p) < BUFSIZE)
		strcat(homedir, p);
	    else
		strcat(homedir, "\\");
	}
	else
	{
	    struct stat st;

	    if (stat("c:\\", &st) == 0)
		strcpy(homedir, "c:\\");
	    else
		*homedir = NUL;
	}
    }
#endif
}

/*
 * Add a dummy choice to avoid that the numbering changes depending on items
 * in the environment.  The user may type a number he remembered without
 * looking.
 */
    static void
add_dummy_choice(void)
{
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = NULL;
    choices[choice_count].active = 0;
    choices[choice_count].changefunc = NULL;
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = NULL;
    ++choice_count;
}

/***********************************************
 * stuff for creating the batch files.
 */

/*
 * Install the vim.bat, gvim.bat, etc. files.
 */
    static void
install_bat_choice(int idx)
{
    char	*batpath = targets[choices[idx].arg].batpath;
    char	*oldname = targets[choices[idx].arg].oldbat;
    char	*exename = targets[choices[idx].arg].exenamearg;
    char	*vimarg = targets[choices[idx].arg].exearg;
    FILE	*fd;

    if (*batpath != NUL)
    {
	fd = fopen(batpath, "w");
	if (fd == NULL)
	    printf("\nERROR: Cannot open \"%s\" for writing.\n", batpath);
	else
	{
	    need_uninstall_entry = 1;

	    fprintf(fd, "@echo off\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "rem -- Run Vim --\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "\n");

	    /* Don't use double quotes for the "set" argument, also when it
	     * contains a space.  The quotes would be included in the value
	     * for MSDOS and NT.
	     * The order of preference is:
	     * 1. $VIMRUNTIME/vim.exe	    (user preference)
	     * 2. $VIM/vim70/vim.exe	    (hard coded version)
	     * 3. installdir/vim.exe	    (hard coded install directory)
	     */
	    fprintf(fd, "set VIM_EXE_DIR=%s\n", installdir);
	    fprintf(fd, "if exist \"%%VIM%%\\%s\\%s\" set VIM_EXE_DIR=%%VIM%%\\%s\n",
			       VIM_VERSION_NODOT, exename, VIM_VERSION_NODOT);
	    fprintf(fd, "if exist \"%%VIMRUNTIME%%\\%s\" set VIM_EXE_DIR=%%VIMRUNTIME%%\n", exename);
	    fprintf(fd, "\n");

	    /* Give an error message when the executable could not be found. */
	    fprintf(fd, "if exist \"%%VIM_EXE_DIR%%\\%s\" goto havevim\n",
								     exename);
	    fprintf(fd, "echo \"%%VIM_EXE_DIR%%\\%s\" not found\n", exename);
	    fprintf(fd, "goto eof\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "\n");
	    fprintf(fd, ":havevim\n");

	    fprintf(fd, "rem collect the arguments in VIMARGS for Win95\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "set VIMARGS=\n");
	    if (*exename == 'g')
		fprintf(fd, "set VIMNOFORK=\n");
	    fprintf(fd, ":loopstart\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "if .%%1==. goto loopend\n");
	    if (*exename == 'g')
	    {
		fprintf(fd, "if NOT .%%1==.-f goto noforkarg\n");
		fprintf(fd, "set VIMNOFORK=1\n");
		fprintf(fd, ":noforkarg\n");
	    }
	    fprintf(fd, "set VIMARGS=%%VIMARGS%% %%1\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "shift\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "goto loopstart\n");
	    fprintf(fd, ":loopend\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "\n");

	    fprintf(fd, "if .%%OS%%==.Windows_NT goto ntaction\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "\n");

	    /* For gvim.exe use "start" to avoid that the console window stays
	     * open. */
	    if (*exename == 'g')
	    {
		fprintf(fd, "if .%%VIMNOFORK%%==.1 goto nofork\n");
		fprintf(fd, "start ");
	    }

	    /* Always use quotes, $VIM or $VIMRUNTIME might have a space. */
	    fprintf(fd, "\"%%VIM_EXE_DIR%%\\%s\" %s %%VIMARGS%%\n",
							     exename, vimarg);
	    fprintf(fd, "goto eof\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "\n");

	    if (*exename == 'g')
	    {
		fprintf(fd, ":nofork\n");
		fprintf(fd, "start /w ");
		/* Always use quotes, $VIM or $VIMRUNTIME might have a space. */
		fprintf(fd, "\"%%VIM_EXE_DIR%%\\%s\" %s %%VIMARGS%%\n",
							     exename, vimarg);
		fprintf(fd, "goto eof\n");
		fprintf(fd, "\n");
	    }

	    fprintf(fd, ":ntaction\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "rem for WinNT we can use %%*\n");

	    /* For gvim.exe use "start /b" to avoid that the console window
	     * stays open. */
	    if (*exename == 'g')
	    {
		fprintf(fd, "if .%%VIMNOFORK%%==.1 goto noforknt\n");
		fprintf(fd, "start \"dummy\" /b ");
	    }

	    /* Always use quotes, $VIM or $VIMRUNTIME might have a space. */
	    fprintf(fd, "\"%%VIM_EXE_DIR%%\\%s\" %s %%*\n", exename, vimarg);
	    fprintf(fd, "goto eof\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "\n");

	    if (*exename == 'g')
	    {
		fprintf(fd, ":noforknt\n");
		fprintf(fd, "start \"dummy\" /b /wait ");
		/* Always use quotes, $VIM or $VIMRUNTIME might have a space. */
		fprintf(fd, "\"%%VIM_EXE_DIR%%\\%s\" %s %%*\n",
							     exename, vimarg);
	    }

	    fprintf(fd, "\n:eof\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "set VIMARGS=\n");
	    if (*exename == 'g')
		fprintf(fd, "set VIMNOFORK=\n");

	    fclose(fd);
	    printf("%s has been %s\n", batpath,
				 oldname == NULL ? "created" : "overwritten");
	}
    }
}

/*
 * Make the text string for choice "idx".
 * The format "fmt" is must have one %s item, which "arg" is used for.
 */
    static void
alloc_text(int idx, char *fmt, char *arg)
{
    if (choices[idx].text != NULL)
	free(choices[idx].text);

    choices[idx].text = alloc((int)(strlen(fmt) + strlen(arg)) - 1);
    sprintf(choices[idx].text, fmt, arg);
}

/*
 * Toggle the "Overwrite .../vim.bat" to "Don't overwrite".
 */
    static void
toggle_bat_choice(int idx)
{
    char	*batname = targets[choices[idx].arg].batpath;
    char	*oldname = targets[choices[idx].arg].oldbat;

    if (*batname == NUL)
    {
	alloc_text(idx, "    Overwrite %s", oldname);
	strcpy(batname, oldname);
    }
    else
    {
	alloc_text(idx, "    Do NOT overwrite %s", oldname);
	*batname = NUL;
    }
}

/*
 * Do some work for a batch file entry: Append the batch file name to the path
 * and set the text for the choice.
 */
    static void
set_bat_text(int idx, char *batpath, char *name)
{
    strcat(batpath, name);

    alloc_text(idx, "    Create %s", batpath);
}

/*
 * Select a directory to write the batch file line.
 */
    static void
change_bat_choice(int idx)
{
    char	*path;
    char	*batpath;
    char	*name;
    int		n;
    char	*s;
    char	*p;
    int		count;
    char	**names = NULL;
    int		i;
    int		target = choices[idx].arg;

    name = targets[target].batname;
    batpath = targets[target].batpath;

    path = getenv("PATH");
    if (path == NULL)
    {
	printf("\nERROR: The variable $PATH is not set\n");
	return;
    }

    /*
     * first round: count number of names in path;
     * second round: save names to names[].
     */
    for (;;)
    {
	count = 1;
	for (p = path; *p; )
	{
	    s = strchr(p, ';');
	    if (s == NULL)
		s = p + strlen(p);
	    if (names != NULL)
	    {
		names[count] = alloc((int)(s - p) + 1);
		strncpy(names[count], p, s - p);
		names[count][s - p] = NUL;
	    }
	    ++count;
	    p = s;
	    if (*p != NUL)
		++p;
	}
	if (names != NULL)
	    break;
	names = alloc((int)(count + 1) * sizeof(char *));
    }
    names[0] = alloc(50);
    sprintf(names[0], "Select directory to create %s in:", name);
    names[count] = alloc(50);
    if (choices[idx].arg == 0)
	sprintf(names[count], "Do not create any .bat file.");
    else
	sprintf(names[count], "Do not create a %s file.", name);
    n = get_choice(names, count + 1);

    if (n == count)
    {
	/* Selected last item, don't create bat file. */
	*batpath = NUL;
	if (choices[idx].arg != 0)
	    alloc_text(idx, "    Do NOT create %s", name);
    }
    else
    {
	/* Selected one of the paths.  For the first item only keep the path,
	 * for the others append the batch file name. */
	strcpy(batpath, names[n]);
	add_pathsep(batpath);
	if (choices[idx].arg != 0)
	    set_bat_text(idx, batpath, name);
    }

    for (i = 0; i <= count; ++i)
	free(names[i]);
    free(names);
}

char *bat_text_yes = "Install .bat files to use Vim at the command line:";
char *bat_text_no = "do NOT install .bat files to use Vim at the command line";

    static void
change_main_bat_choice(int idx)
{
    int		i;

    /* let the user select a default directory or NONE */
    change_bat_choice(idx);

    if (targets[0].batpath[0] != NUL)
	choices[idx].text = bat_text_yes;
    else
	choices[idx].text = bat_text_no;

    /* update the individual batch file selections */
    for (i = 1; i < TARGET_COUNT; ++i)
    {
	/* Only make it active when the first item has a path and the vim.exe
	 * or gvim.exe exists (there is a changefunc then). */
	if (targets[0].batpath[0] != NUL
		&& choices[idx + i].changefunc != NULL)
	{
	    choices[idx + i].active = 1;
	    if (choices[idx + i].changefunc == change_bat_choice
		    && targets[i].batpath[0] != NUL)
	    {
		strcpy(targets[i].batpath, targets[0].batpath);
		set_bat_text(idx + i, targets[i].batpath, targets[i].batname);
	    }
	}
	else
	    choices[idx + i].active = 0;
    }
}

/*
 * Initialize a choice for creating a batch file.
 */
    static void
init_bat_choice(int target)
{
    char	*batpath = targets[target].batpath;
    char	*oldbat = targets[target].oldbat;
    char	*p;
    int		i;

    choices[choice_count].arg = target;
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = install_bat_choice;
    choices[choice_count].active = 1;
    choices[choice_count].text = NULL;	/* will be set below */
    if (oldbat != NULL)
    {
	/* A [g]vim.bat exists: Only choice is to overwrite it or not. */
	choices[choice_count].changefunc = toggle_bat_choice;
	*batpath = NUL;
	toggle_bat_choice(choice_count);
    }
    else
    {
	if (default_bat_dir != NULL)
	    /* Prefer using the same path as an existing .bat file. */
	    strcpy(batpath, default_bat_dir);
	else
	{
	    /* No [g]vim.bat exists: Write it to a directory in $PATH.  Use
	     * $WINDIR by default, if it's empty the first item in $PATH. */
	    p = getenv("WINDIR");
	    if (p != NULL && *p != NUL)
		strcpy(batpath, p);
	    else
	    {
		p = getenv("PATH");
		if (p == NULL || *p == NUL)		/* "cannot happen" */
		    strcpy(batpath, "C:/Windows");
		else
		{
		    i = 0;
		    while (*p != NUL && *p != ';')
			batpath[i++] = *p++;
		    batpath[i] = NUL;
		}
	    }
	}
	add_pathsep(batpath);
	set_bat_text(choice_count, batpath, targets[target].batname);

	choices[choice_count].changefunc = change_bat_choice;
    }
    ++choice_count;
}

/*
 * Set up the choices for installing .bat files.
 * For these items "arg" is the index in targets[].
 */
    static void
init_bat_choices(void)
{
    int		i;

    /* The first item is used to switch installing batch files on/off and
     * setting the default path. */
    choices[choice_count].text = bat_text_yes;
    choices[choice_count].changefunc = change_main_bat_choice;
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = NULL;
    choices[choice_count].active = 1;
    choices[choice_count].arg = 0;
    ++choice_count;

    /* Add items for each batch file target.  Only used when not disabled by
     * the first item.  When a .exe exists, don't offer to create a .bat. */
    for (i = 1; i < TARGET_COUNT; ++i)
	if (targets[i].oldexe == NULL
		&& (targets[i].exenamearg[0] == 'g' ? has_gvim : has_vim))
	    init_bat_choice(i);
	else
	    add_dummy_choice();
}

/*
 * Install the vimrc file.
 */
/*ARGSUSED*/
    static void
install_vimrc(int idx)
{
    FILE	*fd, *tfd;
    char	*fname;

    /* If an old vimrc file exists, overwrite it.
     * Otherwise create a new one. */
    if (*oldvimrc != NUL)
	fname = oldvimrc;
    else
	fname = vimrc;

    fd = fopen(fname, "w");
    if (fd == NULL)
    {
	printf("\nERROR: Cannot open \"%s\" for writing.\n", fname);
	return;
    }
    switch (compat_choice)
    {
	case compat_vi:
		    fprintf(fd, "set compatible\n");
		    break;
	case compat_some_enhancements:
		    fprintf(fd, "set nocompatible\n");
		    break;
	case compat_all_enhancements:
		    fprintf(fd, "set nocompatible\n");
		    fprintf(fd, "source $VIMRUNTIME/vimrc_example.vim\n");
		    break;
    }
    switch (remap_choice)
    {
	case remap_no:
		    break;
	case remap_win:
		    fprintf(fd, "source $VIMRUNTIME/mswin.vim\n");
		    break;
    }
    switch (mouse_choice)
    {
	case mouse_xterm:
		    fprintf(fd, "behave xterm\n");
		    break;
	case mouse_mswin:
		    fprintf(fd, "behave mswin\n");
		    break;
    }
    if ((tfd = fopen("diff.exe", "r")) != NULL)
    {
	/* Use the diff.exe that comes with the self-extracting gvim.exe. */
	fclose(tfd);
	fprintf(fd, "\n");
	fprintf(fd, "set diffexpr=MyDiff()\n");
	fprintf(fd, "function MyDiff()\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  let opt = '-a --binary '\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  if &diffopt =~ 'icase' | let opt = opt . '-i ' | endif\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  if &diffopt =~ 'iwhite' | let opt = opt . '-b ' | endif\n");
	/* Use quotes only when needed, they may cause trouble. */
	fprintf(fd, "  let arg1 = v:fname_in\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  if arg1 =~ ' ' | let arg1 = '\"' . arg1 . '\"' | endif\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  let arg2 = v:fname_new\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  if arg2 =~ ' ' | let arg2 = '\"' . arg2 . '\"' | endif\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  let arg3 = v:fname_out\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  if arg3 =~ ' ' | let arg3 = '\"' . arg3 . '\"' | endif\n");

	/* If the path has a space:  When using cmd.exe (Win NT/2000/XP) put
	 * quotes around the whole command and around the diff command.
	 * Otherwise put a double quote just before the space and at the
	 * end of the command.  Putting quotes around the whole thing
	 * doesn't work on Win 95/98/ME.  This is mostly guessed! */
	fprintf(fd, "  let eq = ''\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  if $VIMRUNTIME =~ ' '\n");
	fprintf(fd, "    if &sh =~ '\\<cmd'\n");
	fprintf(fd, "      let cmd = '\"\"' . $VIMRUNTIME . '\\diff\"'\n");
	fprintf(fd, "      let eq = '\"'\n");
	fprintf(fd, "    else\n");
	fprintf(fd, "      let cmd = substitute($VIMRUNTIME, ' ', '\" ', '') . '\\diff\"'\n");
	fprintf(fd, "    endif\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  else\n");
	fprintf(fd, "    let cmd = $VIMRUNTIME . '\\diff'\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  endif\n");
	fprintf(fd, "  silent execute '!' . cmd . ' ' . opt . arg1 . ' ' . arg2 . ' > ' . arg3 . eq\n");

	fprintf(fd, "endfunction\n");
	fprintf(fd, "\n");
    }
    fclose(fd);
    printf("%s has been written\n", fname);
}

    static void
change_vimrc_choice(int idx)
{
    if (choices[idx].installfunc != NULL)
    {
	/* Switch to NOT change or create a vimrc file. */
	if (*oldvimrc != NUL)
	    alloc_text(idx, "Do NOT change startup file %s", oldvimrc);
	else
	    alloc_text(idx, "Do NOT create startup file %s", vimrc);
	choices[idx].installfunc = NULL;
	choices[idx + 1].active = 0;
	choices[idx + 2].active = 0;
	choices[idx + 3].active = 0;
    }
    else
    {
	/* Switch to change or create a vimrc file. */
	if (*oldvimrc != NUL)
	    alloc_text(idx, "Overwrite startup file %s with:", oldvimrc);
	else
	    alloc_text(idx, "Create startup file %s with:", vimrc);
	choices[idx].installfunc = install_vimrc;
	choices[idx + 1].active = 1;
	choices[idx + 2].active = 1;
	choices[idx + 3].active = 1;
    }
}

/*
 * Change the choice how to run Vim.
 */
    static void
change_run_choice(int idx)
{
    compat_choice = get_choice(compat_choices, TABLE_SIZE(compat_choices));
    alloc_text(idx, compat_text, compat_choices[compat_choice]);
}

/*
 * Change the choice if keys are to be remapped.
 */
    static void
change_remap_choice(int idx)
{
    remap_choice = get_choice(remap_choices, TABLE_SIZE(remap_choices));
    alloc_text(idx, remap_text, remap_choices[remap_choice]);
}

/*
 * Change the choice how to select text.
 */
    static void
change_mouse_choice(int idx)
{
    mouse_choice = get_choice(mouse_choices, TABLE_SIZE(mouse_choices));
    alloc_text(idx, mouse_text, mouse_choices[mouse_choice]);
}

    static void
init_vimrc_choices(void)
{
    /* set path for a new _vimrc file (also when not used) */
    strcpy(vimrc, installdir);
    strcpy(vimrc + runtimeidx, "_vimrc");

    /* Set opposite value and then toggle it by calling change_vimrc_choice() */
    if (*oldvimrc == NUL)
	choices[choice_count].installfunc = NULL;
    else
	choices[choice_count].installfunc = install_vimrc;
    choices[choice_count].text = NULL;
    change_vimrc_choice(choice_count);
    choices[choice_count].changefunc = change_vimrc_choice;
    choices[choice_count].active = 1;
    ++choice_count;

    /* default way to run Vim */
    alloc_text(choice_count, compat_text, compat_choices[compat_choice]);
    choices[choice_count].changefunc = change_run_choice;
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = NULL;
    choices[choice_count].active = (*oldvimrc == NUL);
    ++choice_count;

    /* Whether to remap keys */
    alloc_text(choice_count, remap_text , remap_choices[remap_choice]);
    choices[choice_count].changefunc = change_remap_choice;
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = NULL;;
    choices[choice_count].active = (*oldvimrc == NUL);
    ++choice_count;

    /* default way to use the mouse */
    alloc_text(choice_count, mouse_text, mouse_choices[mouse_choice]);
    choices[choice_count].changefunc = change_mouse_choice;
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = NULL;;
    choices[choice_count].active = (*oldvimrc == NUL);
    ++choice_count;
}

/*
 * Add some entries to the registry:
 * - to add "Edit with Vim" to the context * menu
 * - to add Vim to the "Open with..." list
 * - to uninstall Vim
 */
/*ARGSUSED*/
    static void
install_registry(void)
{
#if defined(DJGPP) || defined(WIN3264) || defined(UNIX_LINT)
    FILE	*fd;
    const char	*vim_ext_ThreadingModel = "Apartment";
    const char	*vim_ext_name = "Vim Shell Extension";
    const char	*vim_ext_clsid = "{51EEE242-AD87-11d3-9C1E-0090278BBD99}";
    char	buf[BUFSIZE];

    fd = fopen("vim.reg", "w");
    if (fd == NULL)
	printf("ERROR: Could not open vim.reg for writing\n");
    else
    {
	double_bs(installdir, buf); /* double the backslashes */

	/*
	 * Write the registry entries for the "Edit with Vim" menu.
	 */
	fprintf(fd, "REGEDIT4\n");
	fprintf(fd, "\n");
	if (install_popup)
	{
	    char	bufg[BUFSIZE];
	    struct stat st;

	    if (stat("gvimext.dll", &st) >= 0)
		strcpy(bufg, buf);
	    else
		/* gvimext.dll is in gvimext subdir */
		sprintf(bufg, "%sgvimext\\\\", buf);

	    printf("Creating \"Edit with Vim\" popup menu entry\n");

	    fprintf(fd, "HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\CLSID\\%s\n", vim_ext_clsid);
	    fprintf(fd, "@=\"%s\"\n", vim_ext_name);
	    fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\CLSID\\%s\\InProcServer32]\n",
							       vim_ext_clsid);
	    fprintf(fd, "@=\"%sgvimext.dll\"\n", bufg);
	    fprintf(fd, "\"ThreadingModel\"=\"%s\"\n", vim_ext_ThreadingModel);
	    fprintf(fd, "\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\*\\shellex\\ContextMenuHandlers\\gvim]\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "@=\"%s\"\n", vim_ext_clsid);
	    fprintf(fd, "\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Shell Extensions\\Approved]\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "\"%s\"=\"%s\"\n", vim_ext_clsid, vim_ext_name);
	    fprintf(fd, "\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\Software\\Vim\\Gvim]\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "\"path\"=\"%sgvim.exe\"\n", buf);
	    fprintf(fd, "\n");
	}

	if (install_openwith)
	{
	    printf("Creating \"Open with ...\" list entry\n");

	    fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\Applications\\gvim.exe]\n\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\Applications\\gvim.exe\\shell]\n\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\Applications\\gvim.exe\\shell\\edit]\n\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\Applications\\gvim.exe\\shell\\edit\\command]\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "@=\"%sgvim.exe \\\"%%1\\\"\"\n\n", buf);
	    fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\.htm\\OpenWithList\\gvim.exe]\n\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\.vim\\OpenWithList\\gvim.exe]\n\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\\*\\OpenWithList\\gvim.exe]\n\n");
	}

	printf("Creating an uninstall entry\n");

	/* The registry entries for uninstalling the menu */
	fprintf(fd, "[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Uninstall\\Vim " VIM_VERSION_SHORT "]\n");

	/* For the NSIS installer use the generated uninstaller. */
	if (interactive)
	{
	    fprintf(fd, "\"DisplayName\"=\"Vim " VIM_VERSION_SHORT "\"\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "\"UninstallString\"=\"%suninstal.exe\"\n", buf);
	}
	else
	{
	    fprintf(fd, "\"DisplayName\"=\"Vim " VIM_VERSION_SHORT " (self-installing)\"\n");
	    fprintf(fd, "\"UninstallString\"=\"%suninstall-gui.exe\"\n", buf);
	}

	fclose(fd);

	run_command("regedit /s vim.reg");

	remove("vim.reg");
    }
#endif /* if defined(DJGPP) || defined(WIN3264) */
}

    static void
change_popup_choice(int idx)
{
    if (install_popup == 0)
    {
	choices[idx].text = "Install an entry for Vim in the popup menu for the right\n    mouse button so that you can edit any file with Vim";
	install_popup = 1;
    }
    else
    {
	choices[idx].text = "Do NOT install an entry for Vim in the popup menu for the\n    right mouse button to edit any file with Vim";
	install_popup = 0;
    }
}

/*
 * Only add the choice for the popup menu entry when gvim.exe was found and
 * both gvimext.dll and regedit.exe exist.
 */
    static void
init_popup_choice(void)
{
    struct stat	st;

    if (has_gvim
	    && (stat("gvimext.dll", &st) >= 0
		|| stat("gvimext/gvimext.dll", &st) >= 0)
#ifndef WIN3264
	    && searchpath("regedit.exe") != NULL
#endif
       )
    {
	choices[choice_count].changefunc = change_popup_choice;
	choices[choice_count].installfunc = NULL;
	choices[choice_count].active = 1;
	change_popup_choice(choice_count);  /* set the text */
	++choice_count;
    }
    else
	add_dummy_choice();
}

    static void
change_openwith_choice(int idx)
{
    if (install_openwith == 0)
    {
	choices[idx].text = "Add Vim to the \"Open With...\" list in the popup menu for the right\n    mouse button so that you can edit any file with Vim";
	install_openwith = 1;
    }
    else
    {
	choices[idx].text = "Do NOT add Vim to the \"Open With...\" list in the popup menu for the\n    right mouse button to edit any file with Vim";
	install_openwith = 0;
    }
}

/*
 * Only add the choice for the open-with menu entry when gvim.exe was found
 * and and regedit.exe exist.
 */
    static void
init_openwith_choice(void)
{
    if (has_gvim
#ifndef WIN3264
	    && searchpath("regedit.exe") != NULL
#endif
       )
    {
	choices[choice_count].changefunc = change_openwith_choice;
	choices[choice_count].installfunc = NULL;
	choices[choice_count].active = 1;
	change_openwith_choice(choice_count);  /* set the text */
	++choice_count;
    }
    else
	add_dummy_choice();
}

#ifdef WIN3264
/* create_shortcut
 *
 * Create a shell link.
 *
 * returns 0 on failure, non-zero on successful completion.
 *
 * NOTE:  Currently untested with mingw.
 */
    int
create_shortcut(
	const char *shortcut_name,
	const char *iconfile_path,
	int	    iconindex,
	const char *shortcut_target,
	const char *shortcut_args,
	const char *workingdir
	)
{
    IShellLink	    *shelllink_ptr;
    HRESULT	    hres;
    IPersistFile	    *persistfile_ptr;

    /* Initialize COM library */
    hres = CoInitialize(NULL);
    if (!SUCCEEDED(hres))
    {
	printf("Error:  Could not open the COM library.  Not creating shortcut.\n");
	return FAIL;
    }

    /* Instantiate a COM object for the ShellLink, store a pointer to it
     * in shelllink_ptr.  */
    hres = CoCreateInstance(&CLSID_ShellLink,
			   NULL,
			   CLSCTX_INPROC_SERVER,
			   &IID_IShellLink,
			   (void **) &shelllink_ptr);

    if (SUCCEEDED(hres)) /* If the instantiation was successful... */
    {
	/* ...Then build a PersistFile interface for the ShellLink so we can
	 * save it as a file after we build it.  */
	hres = shelllink_ptr->lpVtbl->QueryInterface(shelllink_ptr,
		&IID_IPersistFile, (void **) &persistfile_ptr);

	if (SUCCEEDED(hres))
	{
	    wchar_t wsz[BUFSIZE];

	    /* translate the (possibly) multibyte shortcut filename to windows
	     * Unicode so it can be used as a file name.
	     */
	    MultiByteToWideChar(CP_ACP, 0, shortcut_name, -1, wsz, BUFSIZE);

	    /* set the attributes */
	    shelllink_ptr->lpVtbl->SetPath(shelllink_ptr, shortcut_target);
	    shelllink_ptr->lpVtbl->SetWorkingDirectory(shelllink_ptr,
								  workingdir);
	    shelllink_ptr->lpVtbl->SetIconLocation(shelllink_ptr,
						    iconfile_path, iconindex);
	    shelllink_ptr->lpVtbl->SetArguments(shelllink_ptr, shortcut_args);

	    /* save the shortcut to a file and return the PersistFile object*/
	    persistfile_ptr->lpVtbl->Save(persistfile_ptr, wsz, 1);
	    persistfile_ptr->lpVtbl->Release(persistfile_ptr);
	}
	else
	{
	    printf("QueryInterface Error\n");
	    return FAIL;
	}

	/* Return the ShellLink object */
	shelllink_ptr->lpVtbl->Release(shelllink_ptr);
    }
    else
    {
	printf("CoCreateInstance Error - hres = %08x\n", (int)hres);
	return FAIL;
    }

    return OK;
}

/*
 * Build a path to where we will put a specified link.
 *
 * Return 0 on error, non-zero on success
 */
   int
build_link_name(
	char	   *link_path,
	const char *link_name,
	const char *shell_folder_name)
{
    char	shell_folder_path[BUFSIZE];

    if (get_shell_folder_path(shell_folder_path, shell_folder_name) == FAIL)
    {
	printf("An error occurred while attempting to find the path to %s.\n",
							   shell_folder_name);
	return FAIL;
    }

    /* Make sure the directory exists (create Start Menu\Programs\Vim).
     * Ignore errors if it already exists. */
    vim_mkdir(shell_folder_path, 0755);

    /* build the path to the shortcut and the path to gvim.exe */
    sprintf(link_path, "%s\\%s.lnk", shell_folder_path, link_name);

    return OK;
}

    static int
build_shortcut(
	const char *name,	/* Name of the shortcut */
	const char *exename,	/* Name of the executable (e.g., vim.exe) */
	const char *args,
	const char *shell_folder,
	const char *workingdir)
{
    char	executable_path[BUFSIZE];
    char	link_name[BUFSIZE];

    sprintf(executable_path, "%s\\%s", installdir, exename);

    if (build_link_name(link_name, name, shell_folder) == FAIL)
    {
	printf("An error has occurred.  A shortcut to %s will not be created %s.\n",
		name,
		*shell_folder == 'd' ? "on the desktop" : "in the Start menu");
	return FAIL;
    }

    /* Create the shortcut: */
    return create_shortcut(link_name, executable_path, 0,
					   executable_path, args, workingdir);
}

/*
 * We used to use "homedir" as the working directory, but that is a bad choice
 * on multi-user systems.  Not specifying a directory appears to work best.
 */
#define WORKDIR ""

/*
 * Create shortcut(s) in the Start Menu\Programs\Vim folder.
 */
    static void
install_start_menu(int idx)
{
    need_uninstall_entry = 1;
    printf("Creating start menu\n");
    if (has_vim)
    {
	if (build_shortcut("Vim", "vim.exe", "",
					      VIM_STARTMENU, WORKDIR) == FAIL)
	    return;
	if (build_shortcut("Vim Read-only", "vim.exe", "-R",
					      VIM_STARTMENU, WORKDIR) == FAIL)
	    return;
	if (build_shortcut("Vim Diff", "vim.exe", "-d",
					      VIM_STARTMENU, WORKDIR) == FAIL)
	    return;
    }
    if (has_gvim)
    {
	if (build_shortcut("gVim", "gvim.exe", "",
					      VIM_STARTMENU, WORKDIR) == FAIL)
	    return;
	if (build_shortcut("gVim Easy", "gvim.exe", "-y",
					      VIM_STARTMENU, WORKDIR) == FAIL)
	    return;
	if (build_shortcut("gVim Read-only", "gvim.exe", "-R",
					      VIM_STARTMENU, WORKDIR) == FAIL)
	    return;
	if (build_shortcut("gVim Diff", "gvim.exe", "-d",
					      VIM_STARTMENU, WORKDIR) == FAIL)
	    return;
    }
    if (build_shortcut("Uninstall",
		interactive ? "uninstal.exe" : "uninstall-gui.exe", "",
					   VIM_STARTMENU, installdir) == FAIL)
	return;
    /* For Windows NT the working dir of the vimtutor.bat must be right,
     * otherwise gvim.exe won't be found and using gvimbat doesn't work. */
    if (build_shortcut("Vim tutor", "vimtutor.bat", "",
					   VIM_STARTMENU, installdir) == FAIL)
	return;
    if (build_shortcut("Help", has_gvim ? "gvim.exe" : "vim.exe", "-c h",
					      VIM_STARTMENU, WORKDIR) == FAIL)
	return;
    {
	char	shell_folder_path[BUFSIZE];

	/* Creating the URL shortcut works a bit differently... */
	if (get_shell_folder_path(shell_folder_path, VIM_STARTMENU) == FAIL)
	{
	    printf("Finding the path of the Start menu failed\n");
	    return ;
	}
	add_pathsep(shell_folder_path);
	strcat(shell_folder_path, "Vim Online.url");
	if (!WritePrivateProfileString("InternetShortcut", "URL",
				     "http://vim.sf.net/", shell_folder_path))
	{
	    printf("Creating the Vim online URL failed\n");
	    return;
	}
    }
}

    static void
toggle_startmenu_choice(int idx)
{
    if (choices[idx].installfunc == NULL)
    {
	choices[idx].installfunc = install_start_menu;
	choices[idx].text = "Add Vim to the Start menu";
    }
    else
    {
	choices[idx].installfunc = NULL;
	choices[idx].text = "Do NOT add Vim to the Start menu";
    }
}

/*
 * Function to actually create the shortcuts
 *
 * Currently I am supplying no working directory to the shortcut.  This
 *    means that the initial working dir will be:
 *    - the location of the shortcut if no file is supplied
 *    - the location of the file being edited if a file is supplied (ie via
 *      drag and drop onto the shortcut).
 */
    void
install_shortcut_gvim(int idx)
{
    /* Create shortcut(s) on the desktop */
    if (choices[idx].arg)
    {
	(void)build_shortcut(icon_names[0], "gvim.exe",
						      "", "desktop", WORKDIR);
	need_uninstall_entry = 1;
    }
}

    void
install_shortcut_evim(int idx)
{
    if (choices[idx].arg)
    {
	(void)build_shortcut(icon_names[1], "gvim.exe",
						    "-y", "desktop", WORKDIR);
	need_uninstall_entry = 1;
    }
}

    void
install_shortcut_gview(int idx)
{
    if (choices[idx].arg)
    {
	(void)build_shortcut(icon_names[2], "gvim.exe",
						    "-R", "desktop", WORKDIR);
	need_uninstall_entry = 1;
    }
}

    void
toggle_shortcut_choice(int idx)
{
    char	*arg;

    if (choices[idx].installfunc == install_shortcut_gvim)
	arg = "gVim";
    else if (choices[idx].installfunc == install_shortcut_evim)
	arg = "gVim Easy";
    else
	arg = "gVim Read-only";
    if (choices[idx].arg)
    {
	choices[idx].arg = 0;
	alloc_text(idx, "Do NOT create a desktop icon for %s", arg);
    }
    else
    {
	choices[idx].arg = 1;
	alloc_text(idx, "Create a desktop icon for %s", arg);
    }
}
#endif /* WIN3264 */

    static void
init_startmenu_choice(void)
{
#ifdef WIN3264
    /* Start menu */
    choices[choice_count].changefunc = toggle_startmenu_choice;
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = NULL;
    choices[choice_count].active = 1;
    toggle_startmenu_choice(choice_count);	/* set the text */
    ++choice_count;
#else
    add_dummy_choice();
#endif
}

/*
 * Add the choice for the desktop shortcuts.
 */
    static void
init_shortcut_choices(void)
{
#ifdef WIN3264
    /* Shortcut to gvim */
    choices[choice_count].text = NULL;
    choices[choice_count].arg = 0;
    choices[choice_count].active = has_gvim;
    choices[choice_count].changefunc = toggle_shortcut_choice;
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = install_shortcut_gvim;
    toggle_shortcut_choice(choice_count);
    ++choice_count;

    /* Shortcut to evim */
    choices[choice_count].text = NULL;
    choices[choice_count].arg = 0;
    choices[choice_count].active = has_gvim;
    choices[choice_count].changefunc = toggle_shortcut_choice;
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = install_shortcut_evim;
    toggle_shortcut_choice(choice_count);
    ++choice_count;

    /* Shortcut to gview */
    choices[choice_count].text = NULL;
    choices[choice_count].arg = 0;
    choices[choice_count].active = has_gvim;
    choices[choice_count].changefunc = toggle_shortcut_choice;
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = install_shortcut_gview;
    toggle_shortcut_choice(choice_count);
    ++choice_count;
#else
    add_dummy_choice();
    add_dummy_choice();
    add_dummy_choice();
#endif
}

#ifdef WIN3264
/*
 * Attempt to register OLE for Vim.
 */
   static void
install_OLE_register(void)
{
    char register_command_string[BUFSIZE + 30];

    printf("\n--- Attempting to register Vim with OLE ---\n");
    printf("(There is no message whether this works or not.)\n");

#ifndef __CYGWIN__
    sprintf(register_command_string, "\"%s\\gvim.exe\" -silent -register", installdir);
#else
    /* handle this differently for Cygwin which sometimes has trouble with
     * Windows-style pathnames here. */
    sprintf(register_command_string, "./gvim.exe -silent -register");
#endif
    system(register_command_string);
}
#endif /* WIN3264 */

/*
 * Remove the last part of directory "path[]" to get its parent, and put the
 * result in "to[]".
 */
    static void
dir_remove_last(const char *path, char to[BUFSIZE])
{
    char c;
    long last_char_to_copy;
    long path_length = strlen(path);

    /* skip the last character just in case it is a '\\' */
    last_char_to_copy = path_length - 2;
    c = path[last_char_to_copy];

    while (c != '\\')
    {
	last_char_to_copy--;
	c = path[last_char_to_copy];
    }

    strncpy(to, path, (size_t)last_char_to_copy);
    to[last_char_to_copy] = NUL;
}

    static void
set_directories_text(int idx)
{
    if (vimfiles_dir_choice == (int)vimfiles_dir_none)
	alloc_text(idx, "Do NOT create plugin directories%s", "");
    else
	alloc_text(idx, "Create plugin directories: %s",
				   vimfiles_dir_choices[vimfiles_dir_choice]);
}

/*
 * Change the directory that the vim plugin directories will be created in:
 * $HOME, $VIM or nowhere.
 */
    static void
change_directories_choice(int idx)
{
    int	    choice_count = TABLE_SIZE(vimfiles_dir_choices);

    /* Don't offer the $HOME choice if $HOME isn't set. */
    if (getenv("HOME") == NULL)
	--choice_count;
    vimfiles_dir_choice = get_choice(vimfiles_dir_choices, choice_count);
    set_directories_text(idx);
}

/*
 * Create the plugin directories...
 */
/*ARGSUSED*/
    static void
install_vimfilesdir(int idx)
{
    int i;
    char *p;
    char vimdir_path[BUFSIZE];
    char vimfiles_path[BUFSIZE];
    char tmp_dirname[BUFSIZE];

    /* switch on the location that the user wants the plugin directories
     * built in */
    switch (vimfiles_dir_choice)
    {
	case vimfiles_dir_vim:
	{
	    /* Go to the %VIM% directory - check env first, then go one dir
	     *	   below installdir if there is no %VIM% environment variable.
	     *	   The accuracy of $VIM is checked in inspect_system(), so we
	     *	   can be sure it is ok to use here. */
	    p = getenv("VIM");
	    if (p == NULL) /* No $VIM in path */
		dir_remove_last(installdir, vimdir_path);
	    else
		strcpy(vimdir_path, p);
	    break;
	}
	case vimfiles_dir_home:
	{
	    /* Find the $HOME directory.  Its existence was already checked. */
	    p = getenv("HOME");
	    if (p == NULL)
	    {
		printf("Internal error: $HOME is NULL\n");
		p = "c:\\";
	    }
	    strcpy(vimdir_path, p);
	    break;
	}
	case vimfiles_dir_none:
	{
	    /* Do not create vim plugin directory */
	    return;
	}
    }

    /* Now, just create the directory.	If it already exists, it will fail
     * silently.  */
    sprintf(vimfiles_path, "%s\\vimfiles", vimdir_path);
    vim_mkdir(vimfiles_path, 0755);

    printf("Creating the following directories in \"%s\":\n", vimfiles_path);
    for (i = 0; i < TABLE_SIZE(vimfiles_subdirs); i++)
    {
	sprintf(tmp_dirname, "%s\\%s", vimfiles_path, vimfiles_subdirs[i]);
	printf("  %s", vimfiles_subdirs[i]);
	vim_mkdir(tmp_dirname, 0755);
    }
    printf("\n");
}

/*
 * Add the creation of runtime files to the setup sequence.
 */
    static void
init_directories_choice(void)
{
    struct stat	st;
    char	tmp_dirname[BUFSIZE];
    char	*p;

    choices[choice_count].text = alloc(150);
    choices[choice_count].changefunc = change_directories_choice;
    choices[choice_count].installfunc = install_vimfilesdir;
    choices[choice_count].active = 1;

    /* Check if the "compiler" directory already exists.  That's a good
     * indication that the plugin directories were already created. */
    if (getenv("HOME") != NULL)
    {
	vimfiles_dir_choice = (int)vimfiles_dir_home;
	sprintf(tmp_dirname, "%s\\vimfiles\\compiler", getenv("HOME"));
	if (stat(tmp_dirname, &st) == 0)
	    vimfiles_dir_choice = (int)vimfiles_dir_none;
    }
    else
    {
	vimfiles_dir_choice = (int)vimfiles_dir_vim;
	p = getenv("VIM");
	if (p == NULL) /* No $VIM in path, use the install dir */
	    dir_remove_last(installdir, tmp_dirname);
	else
	    strcpy(tmp_dirname, p);
	strcat(tmp_dirname, "\\vimfiles\\compiler");
	if (stat(tmp_dirname, &st) == 0)
	    vimfiles_dir_choice = (int)vimfiles_dir_none;
    }

    set_directories_text(choice_count);
    ++choice_count;
}

/*
 * Setup the choices and the default values.
 */
    static void
setup_choices(void)
{
    /* install the batch files */
    init_bat_choices();

    /* (over) write _vimrc file */
    init_vimrc_choices();

    /* Whether to add Vim to the popup menu */
    init_popup_choice();

    /* Whether to add Vim to the "Open With..." menu */
    init_openwith_choice();

    /* Whether to add Vim to the Start Menu. */
    init_startmenu_choice();

    /* Whether to add shortcuts to the Desktop. */
    init_shortcut_choices();

    /* Whether to create the runtime directories. */
    init_directories_choice();
}

    static void
print_cmd_line_help(void)
{
    printf("Vim installer non-interactive command line arguments:\n");
    printf("\n");
    printf("-create-batfiles  [vim gvim evim view gview vimdiff gvimdiff]\n");
    printf("    Create .bat files for Vim variants in the Windows directory.\n");
    printf("-create-vimrc\n");
    printf("    Create a default _vimrc file if one does not already exist.\n");
    printf("-install-popup\n");
    printf("    Install the Edit-with-Vim context menu entry\n");
    printf("-install-openwith\n");
    printf("    Add Vim to the \"Open With...\" context menu list\n");
#ifdef WIN3264
    printf("-add-start-menu");
    printf("    Add Vim to the start menu\n");
    printf("-install-icons");
    printf("    Create icons for gVim executables on the desktop\n");
#endif
    printf("-create-directories [vim|home]\n");
    printf("    Create runtime directories to drop plugins into; in the $VIM\n");
    printf("    or $HOME directory\n");
#ifdef WIN3264
    printf("-register-OLE");
    printf("    Ignored\n");
#endif
    printf("\n");
}

/*
 * Setup installation choices based on command line switches
 */
    static void
command_line_setup_choices(int argc, char **argv)
{
    int i, j;

    for (i = 1; i < argc; i++)
    {
	if (strcmp(argv[i], "-create-batfiles") == 0)
	{
	    if (i + 1 == argc)
		continue;
	    while (argv[i + 1][0] != '-' && i < argc)
	    {
		i++;
		for (j = 1; j < TARGET_COUNT; ++j)
		    if ((targets[j].exenamearg[0] == 'g' ? has_gvim : has_vim)
			    && strcmp(argv[i], targets[j].name) == 0)
		    {
			init_bat_choice(j);
			break;
		    }
		if (j == TARGET_COUNT)
		    printf("%s is not a valid choice for -create-batfiles\n",
								     argv[i]);

		if (i + 1 == argc)
		    break;
	    }
	}
	else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-create-vimrc") == 0)
	{
	    /* Setup default vimrc choices.  If there is already a _vimrc file,
	     * it will NOT be overwritten.
	     */
	    init_vimrc_choices();
	}
	else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-install-popup") == 0)
	{
	    init_popup_choice();
	}
	else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-install-openwith") == 0)
	{
	    init_openwith_choice();
	}
	else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-add-start-menu") == 0)
	{
	    init_startmenu_choice();
	}
	else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-install-icons") == 0)
	{
	    init_shortcut_choices();
	}
	else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-create-directories") == 0)
	{
	    init_directories_choice();
	    if (argv[i + 1][0] != '-')
	    {
		i++;
		if (strcmp(argv[i], "vim") == 0)
		    vimfiles_dir_choice = (int)vimfiles_dir_vim;
		else if (strcmp(argv[i], "home") == 0)
		{
		    if (getenv("HOME") == NULL) /* No $HOME in environment */
			vimfiles_dir_choice = (int)vimfiles_dir_vim;
		    else
			vimfiles_dir_choice = (int)vimfiles_dir_home;
		}
		else
		{
		    printf("Unknown argument for -create-directories: %s\n",
								     argv[i]);
		    print_cmd_line_help();
		}
	    }
	    else /* No choice specified, default to vim directory */
		vimfiles_dir_choice = (int)vimfiles_dir_vim;
	}
#ifdef WIN3264
	else if (strcmp(argv[i], "-register-OLE") == 0)
	{
	    /* This is always done when gvim is found */
	}
#endif
	else /* Unknown switch */
	{
	    printf("Got unknown argument argv[%d] = %s\n", i, argv[i]);
	    print_cmd_line_help();
	}
    }
}


/*
 * Show a few screens full of helpful information.
 */
    static void
show_help(void)
{
    static char *(items[]) =
    {
"Installing .bat files\n"
"---------------------\n"
"The vim.bat file is written in one of the directories in $PATH.\n"
"This makes it possible to start Vim from the command line.\n"
"If vim.exe can be found in $PATH, the choice for vim.bat will not be\n"
"present.  It is assumed you will use the existing vim.exe.\n"
"If vim.bat can already be found in $PATH this is probably for an old\n"
"version of Vim (but this is not checked!).  You can overwrite it.\n"
"If no vim.bat already exists, you can select one of the directories in\n"
"$PATH for creating the batch file, or disable creating a vim.bat file.\n"
"\n"
"If you choose not to create the vim.bat file, Vim can still be executed\n"
"in other ways, but not from the command line.\n"
"\n"
"The same applies to choices for gvim, evim, (g)view, and (g)vimdiff.\n"
"The first item can be used to change the path for all of them.\n"
,
"Creating a _vimrc file\n"
"----------------------\n"
"The _vimrc file is used to set options for how Vim behaves.\n"
"The install program can create a _vimrc file with a few basic choices.\n"
"You can edit this file later to tune your preferences.\n"
"If you already have a _vimrc or .vimrc file it can be overwritten.\n"
"Don't do that if you have made changes to it.\n"
,
"Vim features\n"
"------------\n"
"(this choice is only available when creating a _vimrc file)\n"
"1. Vim can run in Vi-compatible mode.  Many nice Vim features are then\n"
"   disabled.  In the not-Vi-compatible mode Vim is still mostly Vi\n"
"   compatible, but adds nice features like multi-level undo.  Only\n"
"   choose Vi-compatible if you really need full Vi compatibility.\n"
"2. Running Vim with some enhancements is useful when you want some of\n"
"   the nice Vim features, but have a slow computer and want to keep it\n"
"   really fast.\n"
"3. Syntax highlighting shows many files in color.  Not only does this look\n"
"   nice, it also makes it easier to spot errors and you can work faster.\n"
"   The other features include editing compressed files.\n"
,
"Windows key mapping\n"
"-------------------\n"
"(this choice is only available when creating a _vimrc file)\n"
"Under MS-Windows the CTRL-C key copies text to the clipboard and CTRL-V\n"
"pastes text from the clipboard.  There are a few more keys like these.\n"
"Unfortunately, in Vim these keys normally have another meaning.\n"
"1. Choose to have the keys like they normally are in Vim (useful if you\n"
"   also use Vim on other systems).\n"
"2. Choose to have the keys work like they are used on MS-Windows (useful\n"
"   if you mostly work on MS-Windows).\n"
,
"Mouse use\n"
"---------\n"
"(this choice is only available when creating a _vimrc file)\n"
"The right mouse button can be used in two ways:\n"
"1. The Unix way is to extend an existing selection.  The popup menu is\n"
"   not available.\n"
"2. The MS-Windows way is to show a popup menu, which allows you to\n"
"   copy/paste text, undo/redo, etc.  Extending the selection can still be\n"
"   done by keeping SHIFT pressed while using the left mouse button\n"
,
"Edit-with-Vim context menu entry\n"
"--------------------------------\n"
"(this choice is only available when gvim.exe and gvimext.dll are present)\n"
"You can associate different file types with Vim, so that you can (double)\n"
"click on a file to edit it with Vim.  This means you have to individually\n"
"select each file type.\n"
"An alternative is the option offered here: Install an \"Edit with Vim\"\n"
"entry in the popup menu for the right mouse button.  This means you can\n"
"edit any file with Vim.\n"
,
"\"Open With...\" context menu entry\n"
"--------------------------------\n"
"(this choice is only available when gvim.exe is present)\n"
"This option adds Vim to the \"Open With...\" entry in the popup menu for\n"
"the right mouse button.  This also makes it possible to edit HTML files\n"
"directly from Internet Explorer.\n"
,
"Add Vim to the Start menu\n"
"-------------------------\n"
"In Windows 95 and later, Vim can be added to the Start menu.  This will\n"
"create a submenu with an entry for vim, gvim, evim, vimdiff, etc..\n"
,
"Icons on the desktop\n"
"--------------------\n"
"(these choices are only available when installing gvim)\n"
"In Windows 95 and later, shortcuts (icons) can be created on the Desktop.\n"
,
"Create plugin directories\n"
"-------------------------\n"
"Plugin directories allow extending Vim by dropping a file into a directory.\n"
"This choice allows creating them in $HOME (if you have a home directory) or\n"
"$VIM (used for everybody on the system).\n"
,
NULL
    };
    int		i;
    int		c;

    rewind(stdin);
    printf("\n");
    for (i = 0; items[i] != NULL; ++i)
    {
	printf(items[i]);
	printf("\n");
	printf("Hit Enter to continue, b (back) or q (quit help): ");
	c = getchar();
	rewind(stdin);
	if (c == 'b' || c == 'B')
	{
	    if (i == 0)
		--i;
	    else
		i -= 2;
	}
	if (c == 'q' || c == 'Q')
	    break;
	printf("\n");
    }
}

/*
 * Install the choices.
 */
    static void
install(void)
{
    int		i;

    /* Install the selected choices. */
    for (i = 0; i < choice_count; ++i)
	if (choices[i].installfunc != NULL && choices[i].active)
	    (choices[i].installfunc)(i);

    /* Add some entries to the registry, if needed. */
    if (install_popup
	    || install_openwith
	    || (need_uninstall_entry && interactive)
	    || !interactive)
	install_registry();

#ifdef WIN3264
    /* Register gvim with OLE. */
    if (has_gvim)
	install_OLE_register();
#endif
}

/*
 * request_choice
 */
    static void
request_choice(void)
{
    int		      i;

    printf("\n\nInstall will do for you:\n");
    for (i = 0; i < choice_count; ++i)
      if (choices[i].active)
	  printf("%2d  %s\n", i + 1, choices[i].text);
    printf("To change an item, enter its number\n\n");
    printf("Enter item number, h (help), d (do it) or q (quit): ");
}

    int
main(int argc, char **argv)
{
    int		i;
    char	buf[BUFSIZE];

    /*
     * Run interactively if there are no command line arguments.
     */
    if (argc > 1)
	interactive = 0;
    else
	interactive = 1;

    /* Initialize this program. */
    do_inits(argv);

#ifdef WIN3264
    if (argc > 1 && strcmp(argv[1], "-uninstall-check") == 0)
    {
	/* Only check for already installed Vims.  Used by NSIS installer. */
	i = uninstall_check();

	/* Find the value of $VIM, because NSIS isn't able to do this by
	 * itself. */
	get_vim_env();

	/* When nothing found exit quietly.  If something found wait for
	 * return pressed. */
	if (i)
	    myexit(0);
	exit(0);
    }
#endif

    printf("This program sets up the installation of Vim "
						   VIM_VERSION_MEDIUM "\n\n");

    /* Check if the user unpacked the archives properly. */
    check_unpack();

#ifdef WIN3264
    /* Check for already installed Vims. */
    if (interactive)
	uninstall_check();
#endif

    /* Find out information about the system. */
    inspect_system();

    if (interactive)
    {
	/* Setup all the choices. */
	setup_choices();

	/* Let the user change choices and finally install (or quit). */
	for (;;)
	{
	    request_choice();
	    rewind(stdin);
	    if (scanf("%99s", buf) == 1)
	    {
		if (isdigit(buf[0]))
		{
		    /* Change a choice. */
		    i = atoi(buf);
		    if (i > 0 && i <= choice_count && choices[i - 1].active)
			(choices[i - 1].changefunc)(i - 1);
		    else
			printf("\nIllegal choice\n");
		}
		else if (buf[0] == 'h' || buf[0] == 'H')
		{
		    /* Help */
		    show_help();
		}
		else if (buf[0] == 'd' || buf[0] == 'D')
		{
		    /* Install! */
		    install();
		    printf("\nThat finishes the installation.  Happy Vimming!\n");
		    break;
		}
		else if (buf[0] == 'q' || buf[0] == 'Q')
		{
		    /* Quit */
		    printf("\nExiting without anything done\n");
		    break;
		}
		else
		    printf("\nIllegal choice\n");
	    }
	}
	printf("\n");
    }
    else
    {
	/*
	 * Run non-interactive - setup according to the command line switches
	 */
	command_line_setup_choices(argc, argv);
	install();
    }

    myexit(0);
    /*NOTREACHED*/
    return 0;
}