>>> "Berndl, Klaus" <klaus.berndl@...> seems to think that:
>Eric M. Ludlam wrote:
>>>>> Jan Sacharuk <jan@...> seems to think that:
>>> Okay, so I'm trying to install Semantic-2.0b because of the
>>> intellisense support that I could never get working with older
>>> versions. Alas, when I try to run it, it throws an error saying that
>>> it can't find 'working'. I checked semantic.el and sure enough,
>>> there's a line that says (require 'working). What is it? Why isn't
>>> it there? Why isn't this in the installation instructions?
>>> Supposedly, everything else in the CEDET package is optional,
>>> according to the INSTALL file. At the very least, it doesn't claim
>>> that anything else is necessary.
>> [ ... ]
>> You have found an inconsistency in the cedet/semantic/INSTALL file.
>> Semantic 2.0 (and many other tools) now depend on items in
>> cedet/common area.
>> The intellisense you are looking for will also depends on the EIEIO
>> I will update the INSTALL file for Semantic to try and better
>> describe the dependencies.
>> For now, you may be best off following the cedet/INSTALL
>> instructions. I haven't tried installing individual packages in a
>> long time.
>IMHO you and any other should never try to install individual packages
>of cedet. IMHO beginning with cedet 1.0beta1 the cedet-suite should only
>be available as complete suite and not as individual packages: semantic
>seems to need quite all other packages (besides cogre ;-).
>IMHO it makes no sense to install one of the subpackages of cedet
>individually... If one only needs one package - e.g. eieio - then
>it should be no problem for him to install the cedet-suite. Today there
>is mostly no need to save disk-space or download-size.
>IMO one of the greatest disadvantages of Emacs compared to other Tools
>(even compared to XEmacs cause of its package-managements) is , how
>complicated it is, to install new packages or to upgrade to a newer
>version. Therefore i think cedet should be a good example how this
>can me made as simple as possible: Unpack the cedet-suite, read the
>INSTALL file, run make, add one line to your .emacs - Fin!
>A good Emacs-packages should not need a more complicated installation.
>Therefore i suggest to chuck aways the sub-INSTALL-files of each
>subpackage - u user should not be bothered with them...
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The INSTALL file in semantic does claim that the other packages are
optional. ;) That needs to be fixed.
Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., eric@...
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