I agree, having an option to completely disable these messages would be
great. From my point of view as a user, I really have no interest in
these messages; what semantic does is too low level a layer for me to
want to know what's going on with it.
On Thu, 2004-10-21 at 06:08 -0700, eric@... wrote:
> On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 13:34:46 +0200 (CEST), David PONCE wrote:
> > Hi Raul,
> > > Semantic is too verbose. I've had to redefine the following semantic
> > > functions in my own ~/.emacs so semantic won't interrupt my development
> > > with annoying messages that sometimes obscure message from for example
> > > JDEE which are important. Ideally of course this would be a
> > > customization variable, e.g. semantic-debug, or maybe they are enabled
> > > only when semantic-debug-mode is enabled.
> > Please could you try CEDET from CVS? Changes have been made so
> > semantic should be less intrusive regarding informational messages
> > which are now temporary (previous [important] messages are not
> > obscured).
> > Probably it should be possible to have an option to completely disable
> > such temporary messages too. Eric WDYT?
> Sounds like a good idea. I seem to remember doing the same to semantic-edits
> (adding a debug-flag that could be enabled since I find the messages useful
> when debugging.) Sadly, my home network is totally broken so I cannot
> even look at the code in my local area right now.