"Eric M. Ludlam" <eric@...> writes:
> Yes. The intention is that ede-cpp-root is created in a .emacs file.
> If ede-new were used, I would imagine it would be annoying that it
> never saved anything. This same issue exists with the menu for
I'm not sure I understand. If I create a project of type Simple, I
seem to get a project file in ~/.ede directory. If type cpp-root
was available, why would it not get saved similarly?
Alternatively, it seems possible to have project files within the
source tree; at least CEDET subdirectories have Project.ede files.
I would think this could be useful for ede-cpp-root projects as
well -- if other project members use Emacs/CEDET too, you could
checkin Project.ede to version control and everyone would get the
project setup automatically instead of having to write personal
ede-cpp-root projects to .emacs.
But I'm still a complete newbie with EDE so maybe I'm missing
something and I can't find information about this stuff in the EDE