Thanks for your effort - ECB doesn' have a call to =
Which could switch on this mode - therefore my question if somewhere in =
Is code which does here more than it should ;-)
David PONCE wrote:
> Hi Klaus,
>> In my Emacs-setup i had a call like:
>> (global-semantic-idle-scheduler-mode -1)
>> to try out what happens with ECB when a user has switched off this
>> But, when i run ECB and ECB calls semantic-fetch-tags (for testing i
>> have programmed ECB so that if the idle-mode is off then it always
>> uses semantic-fetch-tags instead of semantic-fetch-available-tags -
>> but i will deactivate this after testing) then the idle-mode seems to
>> somehow "automatically" switched on for that file - see the output of
>> C-h v semantic-idle-scheduler-mode:
>> semantic-idle-scheduler-mode's value is t Local in buffer
>> ecb-method-browser.el; global value is nil
>> Do you have an explanation for this behavior.?? Who/What switches on
>> the idle-mode even i have deactivated it via the global-... Command?
> I just did a quick try of (global-semantic-idle-scheduler-mode -1),
> and it works well for me. No files are automatically parsed anymore.
> I grepped the CEDET sources and didn't find one in which
> semantic-idle-scheduler-mode could be locally enabled. =20
> Perhaps your problem is related to ECB, because I don't use it?