Emacs tells me I haven't responded to this email yet. I apologize
for a long delay.
>>> Mike Hearn <mike@...> seems to think that:
>After a bit of fiddling I got completion working with semantic. It's
>really nice, thanks!
>Two questions though:
>1) Why does semantic-complete-analyze-inline require at least one
>character in order to work when semantic-ia-complete-symbol-menu does not?
This is related to the local context parsing. The "." aren't
reported. This is on my todo list.
>2) Why does semantic-complete-analyze-inline refuse to simply type the
>rest of the symbol when there is only one possible completion. Currently
>it just says "No inline completion necessary" or something like that ...
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I had fixed this in response to your mail, but apparently forgot to
post about it. It will be in the next beta.
Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., eric@...
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