Hey all,
 
being a cedet user since a few years i;ve a question about C++11: i have an enum with a lot (~3000) members. Because i moved to the new C++ "enum class" feature cedet seems to have a big problem with that. Parsing that enum takes a lot of time (about 50min) and with the result that no symbols are found.
 
I guess cedet/semantic doesn't support those constructs yet. However, instead of changing my source i would like to help that semantic can parse "enum class" correctly. However i need a hint where to start in the parser. Maybe somebody can tell me which file or function is responsible to parse enums in C++?
 
If you like to check:
 
enum class MyEnum
{
    MyFirst,
    MySecond
};
 
Best regards
Sven