comments from ECBs point of
view - s.b.
>> Where we are at our most beloved
topic: Can we expect ECB to use some other
>> tag-generating software
soon? And no, I cannot help out, don't even know
>I have been working on a cedet backend for ebrowse, basically
>to fill in the skeletton Eric Ludlam provided.
going somewhat ok, though I'm no expert on elisp, cedet or
>To clarify, Cedet is a lot of things, also a mediator
>engines, and that part is part of Semantic. Semantic has 2
>its own, Wisent and Bovine, and mediator code for elisp.
>stubs for other tag engines as well, and ebrowse is one that
>I'm interested in adding semantic backends for
ebrowse, java, etags,
>to get better language support for c++, java,
If these backends are added via the mediator-interface of
semantic then ECB can use all these new backends out of the box!
Suggestion: imenu should also a new backend for semantic -
currently parser of some languages is only implemented by imenu (at least
only near-time parsing, which means changes in the code-source can immediately
result in adapted content-overviews in the methods-window - with etags and
similar backend this is not so easy!