Attached find two logs, first is build results of current CVS (which I assume rougly corresponds with 1.0pre7) on emacs-23.1 on Vista/64-bit, compiles fine, few warnings, runs fine for my usual day to day tasks.
The other is output log of running the unit tests, unfortunately they don't get far because of expectations of Unix shell existence. I keep meaning to fix this and a few other things (like semantic-symref's use of find) and submit a patch but haven't got around to it, as it makes CEDET broken on Windows in various ways. Will try to find some time in the near future.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric M. Ludlam [mailto:eric@...]
> Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2010 10:54 PM
> To: cedet-devel@...; semantic cedet
> Subject: [cedet-semantic] CEDET 1.0pre7 released!
> Hi all!
> I've posted CEDET 1.0pre7 to sourceforge this evening. You can see it
> I've also updated the web pages to point to the new release.
> This current release includes a years worth of bug fixes, build
> improvements, and testing infrastructure enhancements. I'd like to
> thank everyone who has helped out by creating detailed code samples for
> debugging issues, or most importantly, patches to help make CEDET
> This release has more tests than any that has come before, and I've run
> the suite on a range of platforms to make this release, but I haven't
> tested it everywhere. My goal is to make CEDET 1.0 soon, and for it to
> support the widest range of Emacsen I can, so I'll need your help!
> My tests ran on the following platform combinations:
> ubuntu 9.10 (64 bit)
> emacs 23 - full pass
> emacs 22 - full pass
> emacs 21 - unit test failures :
> due to old versions of hideif
> xemacs 21.4 - interactive test failures
> due to multi-byte init
> MAC OS
> emacs 23 - full pass
> Please note that this release is not really compatible with the current
> CVS/BZR version of Emacs! That has it's own version of CEDET, and I do
> not yet have an override strategy for this package.
> I am interested in news of other platform combinations I didn't test,
> and most importantly, patches or advice for fixing issues for these
> systems where I may not have access.
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