Well, I'm only doing Matlab so I cannot confirm the behavior for C.
But I have encountered another critical error, possibly related. This
error is also posted on Stack Overflow but with no workable solution.
On Emacs 23.3.1, semantic-complete-jump always returns with the error:
"Wrong type argument: stringp, nil"
I am using the lastest checkout from bazaar, and I ensured that the
built-in cedet was not used.
This is a pity, because code navigation is something that is critical
for large codebases and it renders semantic pretty much unusable.
On Thu, Dec 8, 2011 at 9:23 PM, David Engster <deng@...> wrote:
> James Pritts writes:
>> When I try to use semantic-ia-fast-jump, the result is
>> "Could not find suitable jump point for *"
>> if the buffer containing the symbol is not open. But it will jump to the
>> function if the buffer that contains the symbol is open. I'm using
>> matlab-cedet. Admittedly, I am a novice at cedet. I saw some other posts
>> regarding the same issue, but no answers provided a solution. I used the
>> latest code from trunk.
> So is this a problem you're only experiencing with Matlab? Or do you
> also see this with C code, for instance?