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From: Eric M. Ludlam <eric@si...> - 2010-06-14 21:32:33
I checked in some stuff over the weekend, some of which has been pending
for a while.
I've added some more tests into the integration test suite for use of
global, idutils, and cscope. Doing a:
will exercise these tools. If you have/use some of these tools and want
to try running the tests, let me know how it goes. Thanks!
I also checked in the ede-generic.el project infrastructure I posted
about quite a while ago. It is off by default. If you want to run with
to your .emacs file. I'm not sure how it may conflict with other kinds
of projects, so if you feel adventurous turn it on, and then visit
projects that don't normally have projects associated with them that may
use Make, SCons, or CMake. Let me know how it goes.
If you use ede-cpp-root, you may be able to use the generic project
instead. Customizing the project will let you also customize features
like your include path and any C++ macros.
Thanks for any/all testing you may do!