Based on your later question, does that mean you answered the below
question yourself, or were you looking for general advice on starting a
My general advice for an open source project is to use automake. EDE
can support you via the Automake project type (created with EDE new), or
you can just roll your own automake files, and EDE will find them and
Your later question indicates you are using EDE to create your
Makefiles. You can switch between Make and Automake by customizing your
project (M-x customize-project).
On Fri, 2009-09-04 at 17:07 +0200, Simeon Mitev wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am pretty new to the mailing list and would like first to say Hi :)
> I hope this is the proper place to ask my question.
> Since a week I am trying to setup on my laptop C++ development
> environment based on Emacs and CEDET. What I am mostly interested in is
> the project management and how the projects folder tree should be arranged.
> I am far away from the idea to put everything inside of one folder. The
> project, I start to develop, is a server application for unix. It will
> contain several submodules.
> Can somebody give me a hint how to structure the project folders tree
> and use CEDET to manage the project?
> Thank you very much in advance.