The Makefiles in the CEDET distribution are auto-generated by EDE,
which is a part of CEDET.
I like the idea making such installs easier. If you alter one of
the Makefiles, we can then look at how to modify EDE to generate the
right kind of Makefile code.
Alternately, EDE can generate automakefiles instead. I think that
would have the right install logic also, but be more complex for the
>>> "stefano.sabatini-lala" <stefano.sabatini-lala@...> seems to think that:
>I'm actually using cedet-1.0pre3.
>I can work to modify the Makefile to make it smoothly
>install in a gnu/linux system with the usual sequence:
>All the packages should be installed in
>in a cedet-<revision-id> directory.
>No need to make any customization in the .emacs file, all
>the cedet libaries automatically loaded by the subdirs.el file.
>I could have to resort the directory structure of the
>distribution (the structure could be then very similiar to
>that of the corresponding Debian package).
>If it's not a problem I can start to work on it asap (as
>soon as I get acquainted with CVS).
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