On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 23:21, David Engster <email@example.com>
David Engster writes:It is done.
> This will be a *huge* set of changes. If you're following CEDET-bzr, but
> need it for work or other important things, you might be better off to
> switch to the current stable release CEDET 1.1 and wait until the dust
> settles. If you're using Emacs 22, you will have to stay on CEDET 1.1
> anyway, since we're now dropping support for it. I will write more
> details when I've done the push.
Please see the INSTALL file for details on how things work now. In a
- You now have to load cedet-devel-load.el instead of common/cedet.el. I
have thought of providing a symlink for compatibility, but let's see
how it works out.
- The way CEDET is initialized has changed; instead of the canned
configurations your supposed to frob semantic-default-submodes and
simply activate semantic-mode. However, I have ported the canned
configurations to the new setup, so they will still work.
- If you have manually required certain packages, you will have to adapt
the names to the new scheme, for example
semanticdb-find -> semantic/db-find
semantic-c -> semantic/bovine/c
ede-linux -> ede/linux
and so on. A little browsing through the directories should show you
Most things seem to work, but there are surely problems; please report
them here. The tests run fine in Emacs24; on Emacs23 there seems to be a
small problem with the integration test, but it's not a major issue.
The bad news is that the git mirror is completely borked. It seems the
bzr fast-export plugin cannot cope with all the merges I did; I'm
currently using the version in Debian stable, maybe using the current
devel-version will fix things. Until then, no git mirror; sorry.
Anyway, this is a big step towards a cleaner code base and proper
syncing with Emacs. I especially want to thank Lluís for all the work he
has put into this; he did the initial bzr conversion, created the
file-rename branch and, most importantly, explained to me and Eric about
5 times how this should work.
If you want to put some stress on Sourceforge's Loggerhead, here's the
final merge commit:
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