"Eric M. Ludlam" <eric@...> writes:
>>>> Joakim Verona <joakim@...> seems to think that:
>>I rebuilt my emacs from CVS, and cedet, ecb, and other things as well.
>>- JDEE complains about needing a beta version of cedet, and wont work:
>>JDEE requires a version of CEDET between 1.0beta2 and 1.0 (found
>>1.0pre1) [3 times]
> Replacing this function in JDE has solved this problem for otheres.
> (defun jde-check-version (current-version min-version max-version)
> "Return non-nil if CURRENT-VERSION >= MIN-VERSION or <= MAX-VERSION."
> (not (inversion-test 'cedet min-version)))
Ok, this works, thanks!
>>- I get problems when entering a directory with automake files:
>>ede-directory-project-p: Required feature `project-am' was not provided
> How very curious. I checked, and the file project-am.elc did not
> build correctly for me. (ie, it was nearly empty.) When I loaded
> project-am.el, and then used:
> M-x byte-compile-file RET RET
> then it worked.
This doesnt entirely work.
Now I get
eieio-validate-slot-value: Invalid slot type: project-am-makefile,
name, string, nil
I would guess other files arent compiled properly then either.
> I am not yet sure why it did not compile via makefile. I'll have to
> look into it. This has happened before for some .elc files in EDE and
> David Ponce figured out why, and I never really understood the issue.
> Thanks for the report.
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