>>> "Subramanian, Satheesh G" <satheesh.g.subramanian@...> seems to think that:
>I'm new to using speedbar and a newbie to lisp too. I recently installed
>speedbar on my machine (HP-UX 11.00 running Xemacs 20.4). The speedbar
>interface comes up with my xemacs and it lists all the files in a particular
>directory. The interface looks very good, except that I'm do not know how to
>associate my tags file with speedbar. Also, I would get an error when I
>click on the [+] sign next to a file. The backtrace of the error is:
>Signaling: (error "Attempt to resize sole window")
> signal(error ("Attempt to resize sole window"))
> cerror("Attempt to resize sole window")
> apply(cerror "Attempt to resize sole window")
> error("Attempt to resize sole window")
> mouse-drag-modeline(#<buttondown-event button1>)
>Can someone tell me what I've to do to get this to work?
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Speedbar doesn't use a TAGS file. It will either use the etags
interface directly, or use Imenu. You could also use the semantic
package (which might be with your XEmacs distribution) to get tags.
The error appears to be caused by dragging the mode line. You can
double-click on the +, or use the middle mouse button to cause it to
show you the tags. I don't know why it would try and resize the
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