>>> Alastair Rankine <arsptr@...> seems to think that:
>Eric M. Ludlam wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> To the best of my knowledge, I think I've fixed all the build,
>> utest, and itest issues that showed up in the last pre-release, and
>> checked those changes into CVS. If I somehow missed one of your
>> reports, please try the CVS version and remind me, as I only have
>> web-site related TODO items left.
>> There are a couple items on the wiki that I have no repro steps for.
>> One is related to a Cogre failure. If you had this failure, please
>> let me know more, or try CVS to see if it is still there.
>>From my perspective there are a couple of problems with cedet right now,
>I haven't had time to track them down much further, but fortunately (or
>not?) they seem to be reproduced by others on this list.
>Firstly I am seeing the "Save error: listp" problem, as reported by
>Hannes Janetzek. http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.cedet/3283
I've fiddled with the header file he sent me many times, but I
cannot seem to reproduce the problem. I checked in a small change to
try to produce additional output identifying the problem table. If
you set `semanticdb-data-debug-on-write-error' to t, then it should
show a data-debugger on the offending table object. This may allow
you to find the offending data structure, and perhaps you can share
the header file. If not, you could visit that file, and force a
reparse to see if that helps. If so, then there is probably some sort
of secret incremental parser bug.
>Secondly I am still seeing the problem in the cedet integration tests
>relating to the constructor in srecode-generated c++ classes. Also
>reported by someone else, can't remember now.
>Again I apologise for not having the time to track either of these down,
>but just wanted to let you know these are the issues I'm seeing ATM.
I remember this, but I've been at a loss as to why you are getting the
wrong templates during code insertion. I was thinking I'd have to
implement some sort of debugger for template insertion to solve it. I
suspect that is a big project.
If anyone else has ideas, I'd like to hear them.
Eric Ludlam: eric@...
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