yes, bzr. I've gotten accustomed -- perhaps wrongly -- to use CVS as a generic term, like referring to any photocopier as a xerox.
The latest CEDET is now served from bazaar, not CVS. I assume that you mean bzr.
I will update the INSTALL instructions from the cedet.texi file. Upon inspection, I found other instructions that are also out of date, including the entire emacs-only build variant for folks without Make installed on their system. In the meantime, you can use the INSTALL file at the root of the project area. That should be more up to date.
On 07/13/2012 11:20 AM, Nate Schley wrote:
Folks,2012/7/12 Nate Schley <email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>>
Ignore the "shell feature not provided" problem. When I move the cedet
CVS package to someplace OUTSIDE of the emacs installation, things build
OK to completion.
With the cedet package in my site-lisp directory (before I built it,
anyway,) what seems to happen is, when "shell" is required, emacs picks
up "ede/shell" instead. In fact, if I start emacs (without a .emacs
file) and do describe-function on "shell", the *Help* buffer starts with
> shell is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `shell.el'.
but the hyperlink for shell.el opens up ede/shell.el.
The INSTALL file does not say CEDET should be installed where it would
get picked up in load-path, but it doesn't say it should NOT go to such
a place either.
Lesson is: CVS CEDET needs to stay away from load-path.
Eric - 1 correction to the INSTALL file: under 3) configuration, it
says to add
but -- as you know -- cedet.el is under lisp/cedet nowadays.
That script needs to be archived! It solved the problem!
I completed the autoloads process, but upon make -C cedet, I have a
new problem that baffles me.
In toplevel form:
cedet-android.el:35:13:Error: Required feature `shell' was not provided
make[2Makefile:38: recipe for target `cedet-android.elc' failed
]: *** [cedet-android.elc] Error 1
make: Leaving directory
make[1Makefile:29: recipe for target `cedet' failed
]: *** [cedet] Error 2
make: Leaving directory
Makefile:43: recipe for target `compile' failed
make: *** [compile] Error 2
shell.el is a standard package right in the standard lisp directory
that emacs is supposed to inherently have in its load-path.
Again, I'd appreciate any thoughts from anyone.
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