I read it here: http://cedet.sourceforge.net/info/semantic.html#Overview

Since Semantic doesn´t have a grammar for CLOS, i deduced that it won't parse CLOS

Best regards,
Henda

On 2/25/06, Eric M. Ludlam <eric@siege-engine.com> wrote:
>>> "Henda Carvalho" <henda.for.work@gmail.com> seems to think that:
>Hi there,
>
>I'm a beginner with emacs and semantic, and i'm making a program (for emacs=
>)
>that has to parse a file with CLOS code.
>
>It came to my mind to use semantic, but when i went to the semantic's
>documentation i read that semantic doesn't support CLOS.
>
>So does anybody as an idea of how can i parse a CLOS file (with or without
>semantic), in a way that i don't have to make the parser myself?
  [ ... ]

Hi,

  Semantic supports Emacs Lisp with the EIEIO extension which supports
some CLOS features.  I don't know if the Emacs Lisp parser will work
on real Lisp and CLOS or not.  It could be that it does.

  Where did you read that it does not support CLOS?

Eric

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