>>> Christophe Garion <Christophe.Garion@...> seems to think that:
>I have a problem with the JDE package in Debian testing. Before
>contacting the maintainer, I would just like to know if you have already
>encountered this problem.
>- emacs 21.3
>- jdee 2.3.3
>- cedet 1.0 beta 3b
>- no .emacs file
>When I first open a java file, all is right. But when I open another
>java file, I have the following message: "Buffer xxx.java not set up for
>parsing" and of course I have no coloration etc. I also have sometimes
>the following message: Semantic parse change failed "Unhandled change
[ ... ]
I think the answer to the first problem is to first verify old
packages are not on your path, and recompile CEDET, like this:
>> make clean-all
If you cannot run the Makefiles, making sure your load-path is clean
can be important.
If the problem persists, enable debugging:
M-x toggle-debug-on-error RET
and collect a stack-trace to send to us.
Your second error is a status message from the incremental parser,
and does not represent a critical error, only that recent edits could
not be incrementally parsed. The next release will have a verbosity
flag with these status messages (useful for debugging) removed.
Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., eric@...
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