Yes, you have got it right. :)
I had submitted that change yesterday, so everyone should be all set
with that now.
>>> bread <breaddawson@...> seems to think that:
>So, it's because semantic need to print very very deep nested macros in
>boost to cache, while Emas does not let it do this. Since these macros are
>mostly written in function bodies, they won't affect CEDET's ability much.
>Am i right? (i'm not an English speaker, so i'm kind of confused sometimes,
>And will u put the changes of semantic-lex-spp.el which u wrote in last mail
>to the cedet CVS? Or i need to manually edit them myself every time i update
>codes to the latest CVS version?
>I nearly forgot to thank Toby, who r always very kindhearted to answer my
>Thank you all very much!
>On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 8:20 PM, Eric M. Ludlam <eric@...:
>> The error may be a limitation in Emacs, but it is not necessary for
>> the lexer to get these cases correct since the parser doesn't parse
>> into function bodies, which is what these macros are for (as far as I
>> know anyway.)
>> So sure, it is masking a capacity issue in Emacs, but I don't think it
>> should affect CEDET's ability much.
>> >>> bread <breaddawson@...> seems to think that:
>> >Since compiling emacs is really a big work, i tired Eric's solution first,
>> >and found there's no error showing up now.
>> >I'm not sure if this is fixed, or i think it only prevent the error
Eric Ludlam: eric@...
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