I had assumed that python support was mature, and was thinking the
php support would be what I would help with. But now I am conflicted. ;)
I will have to look at this more closely.
On 8/28/07, Eric M. Ludlam <eric@...> wrote:
> Were you interested in working on PHP support, or on Python?
> Php needs a wisent parser to get started with. Python is farther
> along, and needs someone to run all the semantic tools against it and
> start tuning Semantic for use with Python.
> >>> "Rohan Nicholls" <rohan.nicholls@...> seems to think that:
> >Sorry all,
> >I managed to escape php slavery, to using python for work. But I am
> >happy to help out with elisp (which I have a pretty good understanding
> >of) problems. If cedet could support php, it would place it nicely as
> >an alternative ide, as the zend ide is not very good and horribly
> >clunky, and eclipse has almost no support for the things that matter
> >in an ide.
> >I had started looking at how to do this, but got distracted with a
> >completion mode for plt scheme. That is finished now.
> >Good luck and let me know if i can help.
> >On 8/9/07, Bas Kok <bakotaco@...> wrote:
> >> Hi Ivan and others,
> >> On 8/9/07, Ivan Gomez Rodriguez <igomez@...> wrote:
> >> > Hi, I want to get php support for semantic, because i like to use ecb in
> >> > my daily work with php.
> >> >
> >> > I've a lexer and parser for PHP flex and bison format (from phc, a php
> >> > compiler). What can i do in order to get a, for example, a wisent PHP
> >> > parser.
> >> > I've no experience with elisp and i had no concrete information about
> >> > this issue.
> >> A friend of mine (Hi, Rohan) and me also had the idea of adding php
> >> support to semantic, however our plan has never passed the conceptual
> >> phase. As I'm also bound to (painstakingly) using php for my day job I
> >> also would like to see this. I already know a little elisp, however
> >> never got around to dive into the cedet code yet. What would be good
> >> starting points? @Ivan: perhaps it's an idea to team up on this.
> >> Cheers,
> >> --
> >> Bas
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