On 07/19/2010 09:10 PM, Marco Bardelli wrote:
> Hi list,
> about utest i see a lot of:
> Warning: cedet-called-interactively-p called with 0 arguments, but
> requires 1
Emacs 23.2 has an arg to called-interactively-p, and when I back-merged
their changes it broke Emacs 22 use of CEDET. This macro is the solution.
At a guess, you may have compiled in Emacs 23, then ran in Emacs 22?
I run tests in Emacs 22 periodically, and found no errors when I also
compile in Emacs 22.
See cedet-compat for more on this complex macro thingy.
> Another bad thing is 'make utest' failure on javasctript,
> Instead tests for c, python and java pass all without
> any "setup for parsing".
auto-mode-alist. If there is no mode at all, it doesn't run the test,
so you must have an intermediate state.
> I'm using emacs from trunk and cedet CVS via git://randomsample.de (thanks).
> To prevent (may be uselessly) from load cedet integrated in emacs trunk,
> in common/cedet.el and cedet-build.el, i eval this form:
> (let ((cedetlib (locate-file "cedet" load-path '(".el" ".elc"))))
> (when cedetlib
> (setq load-path
> (remove (directory-file-name (file-name-directory cedetlib)) load-path))))
I have read this isn't needed, and that is is needed. I don't know what
the real deal is.
> GNU Emacs 184.108.40.206 (powerpc-unknown-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.20.0)
> of 2010-05-21 on jbook, modified by Debian
This implies you are not using emacs 22. I can't guess what may be
going on with your build. I haven't tried Emacs 24 builds.