One likely change is that the ia completion menu will try to use
senator get completions if it can't find any the usual way.
A way to debug is in a situation with no menu, use:
M-x semantic-analyze-possible-completions RET
if that list is empty, then something changed in the analyzer which
has changed a lot. If it is full, then it is likely to be a menu
display problem instead.
Your setup below looks fine to me, though the "setq" for
"turn-everything-on" is no longer needed since you now call the
>I have installed cedet 1.0 pre 4 and emacs22. I want to popup a
>ia-completion-symbol-menu for functions declared in /usr/inclde/*.h ,
>eg. printf. It works fine with cedet 1.0 pre3 and emacs21. But I
>make it work with cedet1.0 pre4.
>My .emacs is :
>(setq semantic-load-turn-everything-on t)
>(setq semanticdb-search-system-databases t)
>'(project unloaded system recursive))
>(semantic-add-system-include "/usr/include" 'c-mode)
>And I have run sematicdb-create-system-database in /usr/include.
>Is there anything wrong in my .emacs? Any solution?
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