On Saturday 12 February 2005 16:23, Eric M. Ludlam wrote:
> > /home/michael/Scripts/site-lisp/cedet-cvs/semantic/semantic-lex.el...
> > While compiling semantic-lex-debug-break in
> >file /home/michael/Scripts/site-lisp/cedet-cvs/semantic/semantic-lex.el:
> > ** semantic-read-event called with 1 argument, but accepts only 0
> >While compiling toplevel forms:
> > !! Symbol's function definition is void
> > ((semantic-lex-expand-block-specs))
> >>>Error occurred processing semantic-lex.el:
> >Symbol's function definition is void: semantic-lex-expand-block-specs
> [ ... ]
> You may have a mix of files built with Emacs and XEmacs. Try (from
> cedet directory):
> make bootstrap
> and see if that cleans things up.
Hmm, no, that didn't make any difference. I also tried fresh cvs checkout, but
same error. Also note, that I don't have Emacs installed here, just XEmacs
21.4.15 (Debian Sarge).
My elisp knowledge is somewhat limited, but what I wonder is that the function
semantic-lex-expand-block-specs seems actually defined in this file?
Anything else I could try?