I spent some time in the contrib directory today. It still had some old
vestiges in the Makefile from before the file rename.
I rebuilt the Makefile using the new EDE rules, and re-wrote
cedet-contrib-load.el to add the contrib directory to the load path the
way the main CEDET loader does.
As such, instead of fiddling with your load path, just do:
and it should take care of things for you.
On 12/28/2012 12:27 AM, Balaji Venkataraman wrote:
> Eric M. Ludlam<ericludlam<at> gmail.com> writes:
>> I went to experiment, and it appears that in our bzr repository,
>> semantic-tag-folding-mode is broken due to changes in the API it depends on.
> Hello Eric,
> I'm new to cedet but tried to build cedet using the latest version from bzr.
> Definitely not an expert but I am hoping you can shed more light on the problem
> I'm seeing.
> It appears the above hasn't been fixed yet. I also seem to think that the
> contrib/cedet-contrib-load.el file is broken. Not sure whether I'm doing
> something wrong or that is the case. To get it to "work" (and fail at the point
> where the semantic-tag-folding fails as you have described below), I had to make
> this change locally:
> -(load "contrib/loaddefs" nil t);
> +(load "contrib-loaddefs" nil t);
> Looking at the logs, it seems to have been a hyphen "-" for the longest time and
> somebody changed it to "/" whilst doing the same in a bunch of other places
> (which was perhaps correct).
>> In particular (for those reading the list who might know the answer)
>> semantic-add-minor-mode now takes only 2 arguments, but folding mode was
>> passing in a keymap as a third arg. Does anyone know why the 3rd
>> argument has been removed?
>> This has also revealed the entire contrib directory fails to compile and
>> is currently untested in the build system. I will have a bit of work to
>> do before I can dig into details on this since I'll need to figure out
>> how to get that building again.
> Wondering if this has already been fixed or if not, what is the a rough ETA?
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