Hmmmm, I just tried and found that file is still there:
On Sat, Jan 21, 2012 at 6:00 PM, David Engster <deng@...> wrote:
> Alex Ott writes:
>> I don't have exact stacktrace, only screenshot of it
>> (http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1796900/cedet-savedb-error.png), because
>> Emacs became crazy and doesn't responded :-(
>> As I remember, other users also had similar problems, but I don't know
>> - does they use Semantic's features for remote files or not?
> Sorry for the late reply. The screenshot isn't there anymore, but I
> dimly remember it actually aborted in Tramp, not in CEDET. Also, your
> patch more or less says that we cannot use plain file-exists-p anymore,
> which in my opinion is a pretty big change.
> On a more general note, I think we can agree that Tramp is great and
> all, but it has its limits. I remember that I used CEDET over Tramp
> once, and while it more or less worked I quickly became annoyed by the
> long latency and switched to sshfs instead. While it doesn't have that
> wow-ness factor, I remember it was much snappier for that use case.
> Anyway, just my opinion; Eric has the final say on this.
With best wishes, Alex Ott
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