On Sun, Aug 15, 2010 at 7:07 PM, Eric M. Ludlam <eric@...> wrote:
> On 08/15/2010 12:25 PM, Geralt wrote:
>> On Sat, Aug 14, 2010 at 4:08 PM, Eric M. Ludlam<eric@...>
>>> This seems like a bug. I updated ede-find-file to start at the root of a
>>> If you enable gnu-global or one of the other external tools using the EDE
>>> locate feature, I think it used to do that by default.
>> I tried the new version and it's possible now to lookup files of the
>> root project, but it's no longer possible to find files of the current
>> project or of any other subproject (of the root project or the current
>> I think what I expect of ede-find-file is something like cd
>> dir-of-root-project; find -name "my input" | head -n1 (i.e. the first
>> file that find returns). I'm writing this because I'm not sure if we
>> both expect the same thing of ede-find-file.
> This is a case of me not paying attention to the code.
> The file location system was built around being able to plug in external
> tools like gnu global, and fall back to the old scheme, but as I look at
> this more closely, something got messed up. I've updated it so that when no
> special locator feature is enabled (ie - gnu global) it will walk the entire
> project looking for a file.
> I checked in those changes which were working for me between peer
> subprojects in one larger automake project.
Works perfect :-), thanks!