>>> Ville Vainio <vainio24@...> seems to think that:
>On Sat, 29 Nov 2003, Eric M. Ludlam wrote:
>> >(i.e. parse all the .h files under one directory, recursively)
>> In semantic 1.4.x (the version currently in XEmacs) the only way to
>> do this is to pull up every file individually, and wait for Emacs to
>> parse the file.
>> In the beta version (recently released) there is a shell script that
>> will do it for you. (semanticdb.sh)
>Does the script work w/ Cygwin on windows? Additionally, is it easy to
>install the beta on windows? It seemed to use makefiles and in general be
I do not have a windows box to test on, so I do not know. It doesn't
do anything other than things supported by bash or Emacs so it should
work w/ Cygwin. The build process also works with Cygwin and XEmacs,
that has been tested by others.
>> I do not know the current state of autocompletion stuff in the beta.
>> It should work, but I haven't evaluated it lately.
>What method do you use to know what member functions are implemented,
The process captures the current symbol, finds it's definition, looks
up the type for that symbol, and assumes that fields within that
structure are what you are completing against. Of those elements, it
also tries to match the type needed in that location (function arg,
or variable/field assignment) and provide only those entries that
satisfy that requirement.
By not work, I meant it may throw signals and errors. The logic
should still be good.
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