"Berndl, Klaus" <klaus.berndl@...> wrote:
> Hi Dave,
>>>>> DaveS <davls@...> seems to think that:
>>>After several late night sessions and some help this list I now have the
>>>first draft of a working wisent tag parser for C#.
>>>ECB shows classes, structs, methods, and other goodies.
>>>It works fairly well right now, but I do have a few more things I need
>>>>to sort out. (cedet-1.0beta1c)
> Huzzah from me too....this sounds very well...i would be very interessed to get
> your first draft in addition with some c#-example code-files. Dave, could you
> please send me such a tarball - of course only if the effort is not much for
No problem I'll send you the files later today. I just want to do
little more tinkering first.
>>I currently tag all the types variables and methods which does the trick
>>for ECB. Is their any reason use CODE-TAG? I'm not clear what it's
> What does this mean: "it does the trick for ECB?" Is this CODE-TAG not
> necessary so speedbar shows the c#-contents of a file?? In fact, there should
> be no difference between ECB and for example speedbar, being able to display
> file-contents of a sematic/wisent/bovine-supported language. If there are
> differences - i.e. if there is something special to do for ECB which is not
> necessary for speedbar - then please report this to ECB too! Thanks a lot!
Sorry for the confusion. It works fine in both ECB and Speedbar. I'm
marking TYPE, FUNCTION and VARIABLE tags. I was just curious what the
CODE tag was for and Eric explained it was just for loose code outside
of a function.
For some reason I seem to be blacklisted from the ecb list. :0
I've tried posting in the past by direct mail and through gmane, but
none of my posts ever make it to the list.