"Eric M. Ludlam" <eric@...> writes:
> In your case, you can define Q_CORE_EXPORT as empty in the preprocessor
> list to get the same effect as deleting Q_CORE_EXPORT from the Qt headers.
Yes I can, but EmacsWiki suggests that
(add-to-list 'semantic-lex-c-preprocessor-symbol-file (concat qt4-include-base-dir "/Qt/qglobal.h"))
should work as well, so it would seem that something has changed
either in CEDET or in Qt. The file looks relatively
straightforward to me. If this is considered to be a "feature",
then maybe the EmacsWiki page should be edited not to give
Also, if I define Q_CORE_EXPORT, CEDET is able to parse, say,
qtimer.h, but even though I can complete QTimer members, I can't
use C-c , J to jump to QTimer definition.