From: Eric M. Ludlam <eric@si...> - 2004-03-11 03:11:52
I successfully merged in all your changes and rebuilt. It appears
to be working ok so far.
I also cleaned up and checked in several pending changes of mine
dealing with analyzers, including:
* Emacs Lisp in grammar file support for analysis completion.
* Better speedbar support for texinfo and html via semantic.
(and any other free-form semantic supported file.)
* system DB support for Emacs Lisp searches.
(this can result in duplicate hits more often.)
* html support is now in the Makefiles
* full analyzer support for texinfo files!
Ok, well that last one is a little goofy. texinfo completely
overrides the analyzer, and provides its own means of creating
completion lists. It uses ispell for text, and its own command list
of built-ins for command completion.
I've now tested the analyzer against all the languages I actually use
with only the new html parser left. If someone who knows them could
test it out and better customize support against some of the other
parsers like java, awk, python, erlang or whatever, that would be
great. I really hope this beta can be the "spiffy completion
release" for as many languages as possible.
Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., eric@...
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