Thank you David
I also installed autocomplete and trying to use it together with
Semantic, although maybe I'll need to experiment with semantic-only
On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 9:49 PM, David Engster <deng@...> wrote:
> David Engster writes:
>> Alex Ott writes:
>>> On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 10:11 PM, David Engster <deng@...> wrote:
>>>> Ilya Zonov writes:
>>>>> I found that function 'semantic-ia-complete-symbol-menu'
>>>>> ia.el) is not available at last revision. It seems this function was removed
>>>>> after sync with Emacs. Will this function be returned back?
>>>> Yes, it was removed in Emacs. I'm not sure, but my guess is that it was
>>>> removed because it depends on Senator, and we wanted to get rid of that
>>>> one, hence I don't think we should bring it back.
>>> It's good idea to remove something, but this function is often used,
>>> as I see, and its removal, without providing alternatives out-of-box,
>>> is pretty bad idea :-(
>> This is CEDET-bzr, anything can happen. ;-)
>> I see that Senator is actually still in Emacs trunk, so I'm at a loss
>> why the above function was removed. Eric, do you know? Otherwise I'll
>> ask Yidong.
> OK, I've brought the function back with a 'do not merge' notice.
> The different completion tools in CEDET are... confusing. We have the
> semantic-ia-complete-symbol/menu/tip functions, which (I'm guessing)
> predate semantic-complete-analyze-inline, which is configured through
> `semantic-complete-inline-analyzer-displayor-class' (phew...). The
> semantic-complete package is more powerful but doesn't have that neat
> menu-style completion from the semantic-ia package. Instead, it has this
> 'ghosting' style and tooltips. I guess the semantic-ia-complete
> functions should be deprecated some day and moved to semantic-complete?
> None of those functions is as streamlined as company-mode or
> auto-complete. But the Emacs guys really want to use
> `completion-at-point' for everything, which for Semantic currently
> points to `semantic-ia-complete-symbol'.
> Well, as I've said, it's all pretty confusing...
With best wishes, Alex Ott
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