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From: Eric M. Ludlam <ericludlam@gm...> - 2012-04-15 18:19:25
After a short beta cycle, I've updated CEDET to version 1.1. There were
only a small number minor tweaks between the 1.1beta2, and version 1.1,
Fixing ede-speedbar (changes in eieio), tweaks for Arduino projects, and
several small bug fixes, new tests, doc and file cleanup. Changes since
version 1.0 can be found in the NEWS file.
You can download CEDET 1.1 here:
Plans for the future:
CEDET 1.1 marks the last release that will use the current build and
file name infrastructure. Now that this release is complete, the CEDET
bzr trunk will transition over to using what is now in the newtrunk
branch. This will mark the end of support for older versions of Emacs,
such as Emacs 22.
Once this is complete, it will be possible for Emacs to merge CEDET
changes into its trunk, and for CEDET to merge changes back from Emacs
more easily, making for a much better overall code base.
I'd like to thank all the folks who have helped get CEDET to a 1.1
release, almost 2 years after version 1.0 was released. I couldn't have
done it without the help and consultation of the people on these mailing
In particular, I'd like to thank David Engster who has been tireless in
helping me transition to Bazaar, getting the file-rename branch for
merging with Emacs working along with Lluis, and providing buildbot
support. I credit buildbot for forcing the CEDET development repository
to stay in a high quality state, which is what has made the beta cycle
this time around so short. Thanks David!
Enjoy CEDET 1.1.