On Wed, 2009-08-12 at 15:23 +0200, Michal wrote:
> "Eric M. Ludlam" <eric@...> writes:
> >> Hallo Eric & Group Members
> >> Do You know if cedet works correctly when sources are on remote machine
> >> and are accessed through tramp?
> one more thing came to my mind.
> My configuration is following:
> I usually work on sources that are on remote machine (through tramp of course). Then for a day or
> two I need to phisically go to that remote machine and then work locally
> on these sources.
> how will cedet + emacs 23 will handle such situation, ie. is it
> transparent to it?
> I assume that cedet database will be present on that remote machine.
If the variable semanticdb-default-save-directory is set to some value
(which it is by default), and that directory is acceptable to both
machines via NFS or some such, then you will be fine. If it is not
accessible via NFS, then Emacs will just create a new set of databases
If that variable is nil, then it stores the caches next to the files
that are being tagged, and that will definitely follow the code.