Okay. I will look into this. Thanks!=20
From: eric@... [mailto:eric@...
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2004 2:50 PM
To: Oviedo, Javier
Cc: klaus.berndl@...; ecb-list@...;
Subject: Re: [CEDET-devel] ECB/CEDET question
On Fri, 22 Oct 2004 10:28:06 -0500, "Oviedo, Javier" wrote:
> Hello all. I'm not sure exactly which group to post this to, so I=20
> thought I'd let you all decide.
> I'm using the latest ECB/CEDET with emacs 21.3.
> I have this INCREDIBLY, RIDICULOUSLY HUGE header file that I must=20
> often open in emacs. It is the main API for our entire software
> This thing is so BIG that it makes it impossible to use EBC/CEDET=20
> because emacs gets really, REALLY slow. Presumably, semantic is=20
> parsing and/or doing some processing when I move the cursor around.
> The way I see it, there are two options in getting around this
> 1. deactivate ecb, which in turn turns off semantic.
> 2. leave ecb activated, but somehow tell semantic not to parse (or do=20
> whatever it does) this file when it is opened and visited in emacs.
> Out of these two choices, I would prefer number two because I find it=20
> very annoying to deactivate then reactivate ecb every time I visit and
> leave the file.
> How can I accomplish the second choice? Hopefully I did not missing=20
> anything to terribly obvious in the documentation.
> Is there another solution to my problem? Please feel free to chime in.
> Thanks a lot guys!
Check out the help for semantic--before-fetch-tags-hook.
It should be possible to write a hook that detects your mondo-header and
It should also be possible to allow this header to be parsed once,
saved, then used via the semanticdb calls for all future use, and
disabled for small updates.