Eric M. Ludlam <eric@...> writes:
> This doesn't reproduce for me in my local copy, though I do have a lot
> of modified files.
> It works by loading semantic-load.el, which in turn adds that stuff to
> the load path. I'll take a wild-guess that perhaps having a space in
> your path name might be weirding it out? I'm not too confident in that
> guess since it uses 'expand-file-name', and not concat or the like. You
> could stick a 'message' statement in semantic-load.el where it modifies
> the load path to see what it's thinking during the build process.
FWIW, I just tested the latest CEDET from CVS with WindowsXP/32 and
Emacs 23.1, installed in the same directory (~/emacs.d/udev/cedet-cvs,
with ~ expanded to "c:/Dokumente und
Einstellungen/Administrator/Anwendungsdaten"), and noticed no problems.