>> Another good thing is to try cedet against dependent tools like JDEE
>> or ECB. If there are others, they should be added to the list.
>I use ECB and JDEE all the time, seems fine, but Ill try to do some
>more structured tests.
I'm quite busy now - but i will see if i can perform serious tests of =
ECB agianst semantic/cedet. Maybe i know best which parts of semantic =
are used by ECB so i can test the most importants things from ECB's =
point of view ;-)
But of course it is very valuable that an ECB-user tests the combination =
of ECB and cedet.
> Lastly, just let me know what you accomplish so it doesn't get
> Sadly, I have a wide range of minor changes I need to check in, and I
> haven't been able to check stuff in since the subversion upgrade on
> sourceforge. The biggest change I have relates to how multiple files
> of different modes interact through searches and such. I found that
> while going through some of th semantic checklist for C.
> It's still not clear to me why I can't get CVS to work.
David Ponce did checked in a fix for the dreaded "recursive require"
problem recently, so at least sourceforge should be ok.
Its not simply the server naming change they did?
> Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., =
> Home: http://www.ludlam.net <http://www.ludlam.net> =
> Emacs: http://cedet.sourceforge.net <http://cedet.sourceforge.net> =
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