On 03/05/2013 04:21 PM, David Engster wrote:Hmmm. I can see your point, as that stuff did not convert well. In the
> Eric M. Ludlam writes:
>>> - linemark.el
>> Hmmm. It is used by the matlab-emacs project on sourceforge. And
>> someone copied that to support B++, or some language like that.
> Maybe we could check it in there, then. I'll look into it.
>>> - ast.el: This was used by David Ponce for the Wisent C-grammar, which
>>> is already in obsolete. I'd absolute love to see someone picking
>>> this up, but there's still a *lot* of work to be done to reach the
>>> same feature-set as our current Bovine grammar (like, extending it
>>> for C++...).
>> There should be an unfinished projects area, like contrib. There are
>> lots of good ideas around that never quite make it, and just need
>> someone with the drive to make them work. I think the maven support was
>> like that for a while.
> I'm not happy with the 'contrib' directory at all. Most of the stuff
> there isn't working, and we regularly get bug reports about it. I also
> wouldn't encourage anyone to really work on that stuff, since we don't
> have papers for it. It's really unfortunate. I'd actually like to
> discourage people to use packages from there.
old system they didn't really take up much time. They are kind of
home-less now though.
To be a bit roughshod about it, anything not adopted into Emacs proper.
> Anyway, regarding and 'unfinished' directory for stuff like the Wisent C
> grammar, I'm all for it. What else should go in there?
It could include Alex Ott's new java EDE packages, Arduino/Android
support, cogre, and anything else not adopted.
That would make it pretty clear what was going on during merges.
To be more conservative though, projects like Alex's java support could
just start there, and move into the main directories when "done". Alex
would have to let us know if those packages are "ready" for the mainline
at the moment. I don't really know since I don't code much Java.
I can't think of anything else off the top though.
Symantec Endpoint Protection 12 positioned as A LEADER in The Forrester
Wave(TM): Endpoint Security, Q1 2013 and "remains a good choice" in the
endpoint security space. For insight on selecting the right partner to
tackle endpoint security challenges, access the full report.
Cedet-devel mailing list