>>> David Ponce <david.ponce@...> seems to think that:
> > This makes sense, but I'm not sure having a file with the word
> > `common' in the file name is good for the Emacs global namespace
> > since it is specific to CEDET.
>As you, I am not completely satisfied with the name "common".
> > Perhaps the `common' directory could just be called `cedet' and mark
> > it as the location for miscellaneous bits not large enough to warrant
> > a project directory, but still quite specific to CEDET.
>I agree with that (I thought to it too). An advantage is that the
>library cedet.el already exists, and provide the cedet-version
>info. needed by inversion (IMO it makes sense that the cedet version
>serve as reference for common stuff).
>Is there a simple way to do that renaming in CVS? Or should we create
>the new cedet directory then add the content of the common directory
>into it, and finally remove the common directory from the repository.
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The only way to do this CVS change in one pass is if you have access
to the CVS repository file system. (ie, we could download a
repository backup, make the change, and request an upload via the
sourceforge system administrators... Ick!)
A description of doing it via CVS commands is in the CVS info pages
and is pretty easy too. If you intend to do this, that would be
Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., eric@...
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