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From: Eric M. Ludlam <eric@si...> - 2007-06-04 01:34:39
There have been several checkins over the past week or so. I'll
list some interesting updates here:
First, I changed semanticdb-find-default-throttle to now include
'unloaded by default. That makes the default setting operate with
more accuracy instead of speed. I'm interested in any opinions from
those using CEDET in large projects if this is desirable for you or
Also, I re-wrote several introductory chapters in the manual. I may
have mentioned this earlier, but there is now basic startup
configuration explanations, and some short chapters to help folks get
started with the key configurations needed to get intellisense
I also checked in, and am including semantic-mru-bookmark.el with
semantic. It will turn on as a code helper by default. I've found it
operates invisibly until you need it.
Also new, in EDE, there is now a "Simple" project type. Instead of
changing `semanticdb-project-roots' variable, you can now use
`M-x ede-new RET Simple RET ...'
and make a new EDE project to get the same basic effect. You can then
use project local variables for your C system include path to make
each project different. Eventually, I'd like to get it to the point
where you can bind a build command into it, so some of the other EDE
features work too. Something for another day. Ede-simple is just a
wrapper that marks the top directory of some project, and enables
other EDE project features that don't need to know details about the
build process. Only time will tell if this is worthwhile. If you
have an opinion about this technique, let me know. I'd like to chat
about it. I hope to apply it to my code at work so I can get a feel
for it's usefulness.
Lastly, I updated the web page. Various complaints on confusing
"to many releases" and the overly complex intellisense page should be
resolved. Let me know if you have any more suggestions on getting
those pages more usable.
Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., eric@...
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