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The ebrowse support for CEDET is described in the application
developers guide in the semantic DOC directory.
If it throws an error, please use:
M-x toggle-debug-on-error RET
to turn on stack traces, and send the output. I've had trouble
keeping it working across different versions of Emacs, so that may be
>>> Hadron <hadronquark@...> seems to think that:
>"Eric M. Ludlam" <eric@...> writes:
>>>>> Hadron <hadronquark@...> seems to think that:
>>>In the following code,
>>> struct fstab * pCopy = g_malloc(sizeof(struct fstab));
>>> fstab f;
>>>Why does pCopy-> not allow proper completion of the fstab structure
>>>members? I have opened the relevant header.
>> [ ... ]
>> The definition of the fstab needs to be in a searchable database
>> somewhere. You might be able to use
>> `semanticdb-create-ebrowse-database' and point it at the directory
>> where fstab is (/usr/include/whatever...) to get it working.
>What is ebrowse? I thought that was for c++? There is no mention of it
>in the docs I read for setting up semantic for completion. I thought
>that was what the project directory roots were for?
>Can you reference the online docs for this please and I will re-read.
>> If ebrowse doesn't have the right info in it, then
>> `semanticdb-create-system-database' against that dir (as you tried
>> earlier) should get it working.
>"apply: Wrong type argument: number-or-marker-p, nil"
>> If those don't get it working, you can start debugging the semantic
>> search path with `semantic-adebug-searchdb'. Those results will help
>> me debug additional problems.
>> Good Luck