>>> m h <msh126@...> seems to think that:
>i downloaded the cvs version of cedet and built it.
>other than some warnings, and having to change
>semantic/bovine and semantic/wisent Makefiles to add
>('requre X-grammar) to find the X-parsetable-builders,
>it seemed to build fine.
>but i'm unable to get anything to work, even the old
>all the commands are not found.
>i added the lines to my init.el file:
>(setq semantic-load-turn-useful-things-on t)
>;; Replace the path below with the install location.
I hope you had modified the above line when you actually put it into
your .emacs file. It needs to point at the actual location of the
>adding any (require 'semantic-ia) (or any semantic
>lib) gives an error saying "already loaded."
>but M-x semantic-ia-complete-symbol is not found, nor
>is any other function. there is no Senator or TOKENS
>menu like before, nor the Projects menu as in your png
>is there something special i need to do? install this
>in the $LIB_HOME/xemacs/xemacs-packages/lisp
>i thought loaded the cedet.el would take care of the
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If you are running XEmacs, you may have run into conflicts with
existing semantic tools installed with it.
It could be that during the build, the autoload files failed to
create themselves properly. You can check the files with -loaddef.el
extensions to see if useful things are in there.
Loading the cedet.el file will fix all the load paths for you. You
may need to check to see if it succeeded in loading.
You could try doing:
M-x load-file RET ...
and specify the path to cedet.el
Any other specific help would need to come from someone who uses
XEmacs more regularly than I.
Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., eric@...
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