Hallo Eric an Group Members
"Eric M. Ludlam" <eric@...> writes:
> As I replicated your scenario as I understand it, and things worked
> for me, I'm at a bit of a loss. Is this related to your earlier tramp
> question. (ie, are these files accessed via tramp?)
my "example" resides on local machine.
> emacs -q
> M-x load-file RET ~/cedet/common/cedet.el RET -- or wherever it is
> M-x semantic-load-enable-code-helpers RET
> Now go to your sample with Human.h, and start with the command below
> about idle work functions, and then try your repro steps again. This
> should work even without an EDE project enabled.
This suggestion did the job.
the reason of problem is "(global-ede-mode t)" command that was put to
my config file. When I commented out this line, jumping between
declaration and definition works correct.
emacs -q --eval '(progn (load-file
(global-ede-mode t) (semantic-load-enable-excessive-code-helpers))'
thank You very much for Your help.