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From: Eric M. Ludlam <eric@si...> - 2007-06-05 01:26:38
Tooltips are a bit persnickety. I tried some stuff just now and it
"worked for me", until I tried to complete on a "setq" in an Emacs
Lisp buffer. I can't quite debug why this is.
In the meantime, I checked in a change to semantic-complete.el with
a new option `semantic-complete-inline-analyzer-displayor-class' which
can be configured with some of the other displayor types for
completion, including a plain old buffer based one.
If you feel brave, you can use CEDET from CVS and try out this
option. Personally, I found it a little distracting.
>>> "Nicolas BONARDELLE" <cbonar@...> seems to think that:
>I'm new to Emacs but I finally get the v22 working and almost configured,
>using the package "emacs-snapshot" from the kubuntu universe repository.
>I've ecb installed and I'm using cedet and semantic on Python source files.
>I'm also using flymake with the Python stuff from this page :
>Simple code I'm using to test auto-completion :
> | def getName( self ):
> | return self.<point is here>
> - When i type M-x semantic-analyze-possible-completion, the list of
> possible completions correctly shows up in a new buffer.
> - But when I type M-x semantic-complete-analyze-inline from the same
> position, the tooltip with the completions appears, but disappears
>I saw in another post that it could be a conflict with rdict, but (verbatim
>: "rdictt"), but I don't know how to solve the problem if it's the case.
>I already tried to disable flymake, it doesn't solve the problem.
>I've attached my configurations files to this message.
Eric Ludlam: zappo@..., eric@...
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From: Pete Beardmore <elbeardmorez@ms...> - 2011-04-30 20:00:20
this still affects me in bzr 8051. but i have just realised that this occurs
when the completion box (not the menu) is displayed where the mouse pointer is
currently located. so if you've just clicked to drop the cursor next to a test
symbol, the cursor is now more than likely in the way, and the idle-mode ..or
explict M-x semantic-complete-analyze-inline ..creates a completion box that
will disappear as soon as it arrives.