>>> Nicholas Sandow <njsand@...> seems to think that:
>How do I run CEDET after doing a fresh checkout?
>When I type `make', I get:
>make: Entering directory `/home/njsand/tmp/cedet/common'
>Makefile is out of date! It needs to be regenerated by EDE.
>If you have not modified Project.ede, you can use touch to update the
>Makefile time stamp.
>make: *** [Makefile] Error 1
>make: Leaving directory `/home/njsand/tmp/cedet/common'
>make: *** [common] Error 2
>The solutions racing in my mind are "just use touch on the Makefiles" or
>"load up 1.0pre2 and regenerate the Makefile as requested", but I
>thought I'd ask anyway...
Yes, touch is a reasonable way to fix this problem from CVS. I try to
check in Project files first, then Makefile, but sometimes it happens
in the other order.
>The reason I'm going to this trouble is simply that I've found a bug and
>I wanted to test with the latest code before reporting it. Well, now's
>my chance to report it:
>With cedet-1.0pre2 I encountered a bug when using Sticky Func mode in
>some Java files.
>1. Select "Sticky Func / In This Buffer". This works fine.
>2. Select "Sticky Func / Globally". This works fine
>3. Select "Sticky Func / Globally" again to toggle the mode off.
>Nothing happens, though. The header line is still there.
>In fact, after (3), it seems impossible to turn off sticky func mode via
>the menu or with M-x semantic-stickyfunc-mode.
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Hmmm, I see that using "Globally" turns it off ok, but once global is
on, turning it off locally does not. Seems to require some
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