Tooltips are a bit persnickety. I tried some stuff just now and it
"worked for me", until I tried to complete on a "setq" in an Emacs
Lisp buffer. I can't quite debug why this is.
In the meantime, I checked in a change to semantic-complete.el with
a new option `semantic-complete-inline-analyzer-displayor-class' which
can be configured with some of the other displayor types for
completion, including a plain old buffer based one.
If you feel brave, you can use CEDET from CVS and try out this
option. Personally, I found it a little distracting.
>>> "Nicolas BONARDELLE" <cbonar@...> seems to think that:
>I'm new to Emacs but I finally get the v22 working and almost configured,
>using the package "emacs-snapshot" from the kubuntu universe repository.
>I've ecb installed and I'm using cedet and semantic on Python source files.
>I'm also using flymake with the Python stuff from this page :
>Simple code I'm using to test auto-completion :
> | def getName( self ):
> | return self.<point is here>
> - When i type M-x semantic-analyze-possible-completion, the list of
> possible completions correctly shows up in a new buffer.
> - But when I type M-x semantic-complete-analyze-inline from the same
> position, the tooltip with the completions appears, but disappears
>I saw in another post that it could be a conflict with rdict, but (verbatim
>: "rdictt"), but I don't know how to solve the problem if it's the case.
>I already tried to disable flymake, it doesn't solve the problem.
>I've attached my configurations files to this message.
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