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From: Stephen Eglen <S.J.E<glen@da...>  20130730 12:28:41

Many Emacs users (I imagine) use gnus for reading mail and newsgroups. Is there any objection to adding this email group to gmane so that I (and hopefully others) can easily read the email group through gmane/gnus? Stephen 
From: André Luiz Tietböhl Ramos <andreltramos@gm...>  20130717 11:00:56

Hello, I'm trying to use this mode in ubuntu 13.04 to no avail and would like your support. CEDET 1.1 is installed. The relevant parts of my .emacs are below. CEDET: ;; Load CEDET. ;; See cedet/common/cedet.info for configuration details. ;; IMPORTANT: For Emacs >= 23.2, you must place this *before* any ;; CEDET component (including EIEIO) gets activated by another ;; package (Gnus, authsource, ...). (loadfile "/usr/share/emacs/sitelisp/cedet1.1/common/cedet.el") ;; (loadfile "~/cedetVERSION/common/cedet.el") ;; Enable EDE (Project Management) features (globaledemode 1) ;; Enable EDE for a preexisting C++ project ;; (edecpprootproject "NAME" :file "~/myproject/Makefile") ;; Enabling Semantic (codeparsing, smart completion) features ;; Select one of the following: ;; * This enables the database and idle reparse engines (semanticloadenableminimumfeatures) ;; * This enables some tools useful for coding, such as summary mode, ;; imenu support, and the semantic navigator (semanticloadenablecodehelpers) ;; * This enables even more coding tools such as intellisense mode, ;; decoration mode, and stickyfunc mode (plus regular code helpers) ;; (semanticloadenablegaudycodehelpers) ;; * This enables the use of Exuberant ctags if you have it installed. ;; If you use C++ templates or boost, you should NOT enable it. ;; (semanticloadenableallexuberentctagssupport) ;; Or, use one of these two types of support. ;; Add support for new languages only via ctags. ;; (semanticloadenableprimaryexuberentctagssupport) ;; Add support for using ctags as a backup parser. ;; (semanticloadenablesecondaryexuberentctagssupport) ;; Enable SRecode (Template management) minormode. ;; (globalsrecodeminormode 1) MATLAB: ;; MATLAB mode ;; Replace path below to be where your matlab.el file is. ;; Add matlab location (addtolist 'loadpath "/opt/matlab/bin") ;; (addtolist 'loadpath "/usr/share/emacs/sitelisp/emacsgoodiesel") (addtolist 'loadpath "/usr/share/emacs/sitelisp/matlabemacs") ;; (addtolist 'loadpath "/home/andreltr/Documents/matlab/matlabemacs/") (require 'matlabload) (autoload 'matlabmode "matlab" "Enter MATLAB mode." t) (setq automodealist (cons '("\\.m\\'" . matlabmode) automodealist)) (autoload 'matlabshell "matlab" "Interactive MATLAB mode." t) ;; Turn off Matlab desktop (setq matlabshellcommandswitches '("nodesktop nojvm")) ;; User Level customizations (You need not use them all): (setq matlabindentfunctionbody t) ; if you want function bodies indented (setq matlabverifyonsaveflag nil) ; turn off autoverify on save (defun mymatlabmodehook () (setq fillcolumn 76)) ; where autofill should wrap (addhook 'matlabmodehook 'mymatlabmodehook) (defun mymatlabshellmodehook () '()) (addhook 'matlabshellmodehook 'mymatlabshellmodehook) ;; Enable CEDET feature support for MATLAB code. (Optional) (matlabcedetsetup) ;; (autoload 'tlcmode "tlc" "tlc Editing Mode" t) (addtolist 'automodealist '("\\.tlc$" . tlcmode)) (setq tlcindentfunction t) When I open a very simple .m file such as for instance one with the code a=2 only, the matlab shell is not open and I receive the message Output file descriptor of MATLAB is closed. Would anyone know how to solve this issue? Thanks in advance, Andre Luiz 
From: Eric Ludlam <Eric.L<udlam@ma...>  20130711 16:55:09

Hi, I had checked in about the original issue. It is a known regression that is already being tracked. The MATLAB Modes do not require the use of CEDET, so if you can't get it working, no worries. It just tries adding a few new features. Based on the error, you probably need to (require 'matlab) before requiring all the CEDET matlab specific stuff. Good Luck Eric From: emacs user [mailto:user.emacs@...] Sent: Tuesday, July 09, 2013 10:00 AM To: Eric Ludlam Cc: matlabemacsdiscuss@... Subject: Re: [Matlabemacsdiscuss] emacsinit/ using emacs as an external Matlab editor hi Eric, I tried using matlabshell again. Looks great. A couple of questions: I wasn't able to get cedet to work as it gives the following error message when I edit a Matlab file. I tried both the cedet in emacs 24.3 and downloading it from sourceforce, version 1.1. I don't know if this is a result of cedet not working, but when I get an error message in Matlabshell the line number pointing to the problem in the Matlab code does not seem to appear as a clickable link. I wasn't able to see how to report issues/ bugs in the Matlabemacs sourceforce page so am sending this here. best, E Debugger enteredLisp error: (voidvariable matlabmode) bytecode("..." [matlabmode semanticmatlabdependencysystemincludepath semanticmatlabrootdirectory semanticmatlabsystempathsinclude tmp0 mode defcustommodelocalsemanticdependencysystemincludepath mapcar #[(cur) "\302! P\207" [semanticmatlabrootdirectory cur filenameasdirectory] 2] "The system include paths from MATLAB." semanticidlesummaryformatmatlabmode modelocalbind semanticidlesummaryfunction (modevariableflag t variabledocumentation "Search project files, then search this omniscience database.\nIt is not necessary to to system or recursive searching because of\nthe omniscience database.") modelocalmapmodebuffers #[nil "..." [tmp0 semanticidlesummaryfunction makelocalvariable] 2] put symbolname nil internsoft modelocalsymboltable modelocalparent derivedmodeparent variabledocumentation "Function to use when displaying tag information during idle time." symbol bind name modelocalactivemode majormode] 6) semanticdefaultmatlabsetup() runhooks(matlabmodehook) matlabmode() setautomode0(matlabmode nil) setautomode() normalmode(t) afterfindfile(nil t) findfilenoselect1(#<buffer analyze_flow_solve.m> "~/InternalwavesDIA/my_flow_solve/Postprocessing/analyze_flow_solve.m" nil nil "~/InternalwavesDIA/my_flow_solve/Postprocessing/analyze_flow_solve.m" (22407275 16777218)) findfilenoselect("~/InternalwavesDIA/my_flow_solve/Postprocessing/analyze_flow_solve.m" nil nil t) findfile("~/InternalwavesDIA/my_flow_solve/Postprocessing/analyze_flow_solve.m" t) callinteractively(findfile) findfileatpoint() callinteractively(findfileatpoint nil nil) On Mon, Jul 8, 2013 at 12:29 PM, Eric Ludlam <Eric.Ludlam@...<mailto:Eric.Ludlam@...>> wrote: Hi, I think I understand a bit better. Clicking on the "line 3" which is supposed to call 'opentoline' is not calling the shadowed version. I gave this a try and discovered the same problem with newer MATLABs. I don't know what the problem is. Mostly it looks like the command window isn't actually running the MATLAB command in the link since the debugger won't stop there either. I'll need to look into it to see what's going on. In the meantime, you may need to use the matlabshell in Emacs to get those links to work. Eric From: emacs user [mailto:user.emacs@...<mailto:user.emacs@...>] Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2013 5:17 PM To: Eric Ludlam Cc: matlabemacsdiscuss@...<mailto:matlabemacsdiscuss@...> Subject: Re: [Matlabemacsdiscuss] emacsinit/ using emacs as an external Matlab editor Hi, thanks for the prompt response, I think I didn't explain that very clearly, let me try again. I have an init.m file: addpath('~/.emacs.d/matlabemacs/toolbox','begin'); rehash; emacsinit('/Applications/Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/bin/emacsclient'); and then a opentoline_test.m file: a=zeros(3,4); b=zeros(3,3); c=a+b; in Matlab I do: >> which opentoline /Applications/MATLAB_R2013a.app/toolbox/matlab/codetools/opentoline.m >> init >> which opentoline /Users/eli/.emacs.d/matlabemacs/toolbox/opentoline.m so the correct opentoline seems to be shadowing. Next, >> opentoline_test Error using + Matrix dimensions must agree. Error in opentoline_test (line 3) c=a+b; now if I click on "line 3" I get the matlab editor, if instead, I say >> opentoline('opentoline_test.m',3,0) then emacs is correctly invoked. does this help, or did I simply misunderstand your response? thanks again, best, Eli On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 4:46 PM, Eric Ludlam <Eric.Ludlam@...<mailto:Eric.Ludlam@...>> wrote: Hi, Not all the 'edit' like functions obey the preference to use an alternate editor. If you look in the toolbox directory that came with matlab.el, you will see "opentoline.m" which shadows the one that comes with matlab. Chances are that netcdf.open (which I am not familiar with at all) might need something similar. If you look at that fcn, it calls some lib function that you might be able to shadow in order to get what you want. Just stick it in the toolbox directory for Emacs, and you'll be all set. If it isn't related to some MATLAB toolbox, perhaps we can add the shadow to the matlabemacs repository. Good Luck Eric From: emacs user [mailto:user.emacs@...<mailto:user.emacs@...>] Sent: Monday, July 01, 2013 3:01 PM To: matlabemacsdiscuss@...<mailto:matlabemacsdiscuss@...> Subject: [Matlabemacsdiscuss] emacsinit/ using emacs as an external Matlab editor hi, I am trying the above using Emacs 24.3 on Mac OSX, using a fresh download of matlabemacs and Matlab 2013a. when I follow the install directions, trying to click on the line number in something like this: Error using netcdf.open (line 45) brings up the matlab editor instead of emacsclient. if I try >> opentoline('myfile.m',1477,0) emacsclient is invoked and goes to the right line etc. Any idea what I may be doing wrong? additional information I can povide? many thanks... 
From: emacs user <user.emacs@gm...>  20130709 13:59:56

hi Eric, I tried using matlabshell again. Looks great. A couple of questions: I wasn't able to get cedet to work as it gives the following error message when I edit a Matlab file. I tried both the cedet in emacs 24.3 and downloading it from sourceforce, version 1.1. I don't know if this is a result of cedet not working, but when I get an error message in Matlabshell the line number pointing to the problem in the Matlab code does not seem to appear as a clickable link. I wasn't able to see how to report issues/ bugs in the Matlabemacs sourceforce page so am sending this here. best, E Debugger enteredLisp error: (voidvariable matlabmode) bytecode("..." [matlabmode semanticmatlabdependencysystemincludepath semanticmatlabrootdirectory semanticmatlabsystempathsinclude tmp0 mode defcustommodelocalsemanticdependencysystemincludepath mapcar #[(cur) "\302! P\207" [semanticmatlabrootdirectory cur filenameasdirectory] 2] "The system include paths from MATLAB." semanticidlesummaryformatmatlabmode modelocalbind semanticidlesummaryfunction (modevariableflag t variabledocumentation "Search project files, then search this omniscience database.\nIt is not necessary to to system or recursive searching because of\nthe omniscience database.") modelocalmapmodebuffers #[nil "..." [tmp0 semanticidlesummaryfunction makelocalvariable] 2] put symbolname nil internsoft modelocalsymboltable modelocalparent derivedmodeparent variabledocumentation "Function to use when displaying tag information during idle time." symbol bind name modelocalactivemode majormode] 6) semanticdefaultmatlabsetup() runhooks(matlabmodehook) matlabmode() setautomode0(matlabmode nil) setautomode() normalmode(t) afterfindfile(nil t) findfilenoselect1(#<buffer analyze_flow_solve.m> "~/InternalwavesDIA/my_flow_solve/Postprocessing/analyze_flow_solve.m" nil nil "~/InternalwavesDIA/my_flow_solve/Postprocessing/analyze_flow_solve.m" (22407275 16777218)) findfilenoselect("~/InternalwavesDIA/my_flow_solve/Postprocessing/analyze_flow_solve.m" nil nil t) findfile("~/InternalwavesDIA/my_flow_solve/Postprocessing/analyze_flow_solve.m" t) callinteractively(findfile) findfileatpoint() callinteractively(findfileatpoint nil nil) On Mon, Jul 8, 2013 at 12:29 PM, Eric Ludlam <Eric.Ludlam@...>wrote: > Hi,**** > > ** ** > > I think I understand a bit better. Clicking on the “line 3” which is > supposed to call ‘opentoline’ is not calling the shadowed version. **** > > ** ** > > I gave this a try and discovered the same problem with newer MATLABs. I > don’t know what the problem is. Mostly it looks like the command window > isn’t actually running the MATLAB command in the link since the debugger > won’t stop there either. I’ll need to look into it to see what’s going on. > **** > > ** ** > > In the meantime, you may need to use the matlabshell in Emacs to get > those links to work.**** > > ** ** > > Eric**** > > ** ** > > *From:* emacs user [mailto:user.emacs@...] > *Sent:* Tuesday, July 02, 2013 5:17 PM > *To:* Eric Ludlam > *Cc:* matlabemacsdiscuss@... > *Subject:* Re: [Matlabemacsdiscuss] emacsinit/ using emacs as an > external Matlab editor**** > > ** ** > > Hi, thanks for the prompt response, I think I didn't explain that very > clearly, let me try again. I have an init.m file:**** > > ** ** > > addpath('~/.emacs.d/matlabemacs/toolbox','begin');**** > > rehash;**** > > emacsinit('/Applications/Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/bin/emacsclient');**** > > ** ** > > and then a opentoline_test.m file:**** > > a=zeros(3,4);**** > > b=zeros(3,3);**** > > c=a+b;**** > > ** ** > > in Matlab I do:**** > > ** ** > > >> which opentoline**** > > /Applications/MATLAB_R2013a.app/toolbox/matlab/codetools/opentoline.m**** > > >> init**** > > >> which opentoline**** > > /Users/eli/.emacs.d/matlabemacs/toolbox/opentoline.m**** > > ** ** > > so the correct opentoline seems to be shadowing. Next,**** > > ** ** > > >> opentoline_test**** > > Error using + **** > > Matrix dimensions must agree.**** > > ** ** > > Error in opentoline_test (line 3)**** > > c=a+b;**** > > **** > > now if I click on "line 3" I get the matlab editor, if instead, I say **** > > ** ** > > >> opentoline('opentoline_test.m',3,0)**** > > ** ** > > then emacs is correctly invoked.**** > > ** ** > > does this help, or did I simply misunderstand your response? thanks > again, best, Eli**** > > ** ** > > ** ** > > On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 4:46 PM, Eric Ludlam <Eric.Ludlam@...> > wrote:**** > > Hi,**** > > **** > > Not all the ‘edit’ like functions obey the preference to use an alternate > editor. If you look in the toolbox directory that came with matlab.el, you > will see “opentoline.m” which shadows the one that comes with matlab. > Chances are that netcdf.open (which I am not familiar with at all) might > need something similar. If you look at that fcn, it calls some lib > function that you might be able to shadow in order to get what you want. > Just stick it in the toolbox directory for Emacs, and you’ll be all set. > If it isn’t related to some MATLAB toolbox, perhaps we can add the shadow > to the matlabemacs repository.**** > > **** > > Good Luck**** > > Eric**** > > **** > > *From:* emacs user [mailto:user.emacs@...] > *Sent:* Monday, July 01, 2013 3:01 PM > *To:* matlabemacsdiscuss@... > *Subject:* [Matlabemacsdiscuss] emacsinit/ using emacs as an external > Matlab editor**** > > **** > > hi, **** > > **** > > I am trying the above using Emacs 24.3 on Mac OSX, using a fresh download > of matlabemacs and Matlab 2013a. when I follow the install directions, > trying to click on the line number in something like this:**** > > **** > > Error using netcdf.open (*line 45*)**** > > **** > > brings up the matlab editor instead of emacsclient. if I try**** > > **** > > >> opentoline('myfile.m',1477,0)**** > > **** > > emacsclient is invoked and goes to the right line etc.**** > > **** > > Any idea what I may be doing wrong? additional information I can povide? > **** > > many thanks...**** > > **** > > ** ** > 
From: Eric Ludlam <Eric.L<udlam@ma...>  20130708 16:29:58

Hi, I think I understand a bit better. Clicking on the "line 3" which is supposed to call 'opentoline' is not calling the shadowed version. I gave this a try and discovered the same problem with newer MATLABs. I don't know what the problem is. Mostly it looks like the command window isn't actually running the MATLAB command in the link since the debugger won't stop there either. I'll need to look into it to see what's going on. In the meantime, you may need to use the matlabshell in Emacs to get those links to work. Eric From: emacs user [mailto:user.emacs@...] Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2013 5:17 PM To: Eric Ludlam Cc: matlabemacsdiscuss@... Subject: Re: [Matlabemacsdiscuss] emacsinit/ using emacs as an external Matlab editor Hi, thanks for the prompt response, I think I didn't explain that very clearly, let me try again. I have an init.m file: addpath('~/.emacs.d/matlabemacs/toolbox','begin'); rehash; emacsinit('/Applications/Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/bin/emacsclient'); and then a opentoline_test.m file: a=zeros(3,4); b=zeros(3,3); c=a+b; in Matlab I do: >> which opentoline /Applications/MATLAB_R2013a.app/toolbox/matlab/codetools/opentoline.m >> init >> which opentoline /Users/eli/.emacs.d/matlabemacs/toolbox/opentoline.m so the correct opentoline seems to be shadowing. Next, >> opentoline_test Error using + Matrix dimensions must agree. Error in opentoline_test (line 3) c=a+b; now if I click on "line 3" I get the matlab editor, if instead, I say >> opentoline('opentoline_test.m',3,0) then emacs is correctly invoked. does this help, or did I simply misunderstand your response? thanks again, best, Eli On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 4:46 PM, Eric Ludlam <Eric.Ludlam@...<mailto:Eric.Ludlam@...>> wrote: Hi, Not all the 'edit' like functions obey the preference to use an alternate editor. If you look in the toolbox directory that came with matlab.el, you will see "opentoline.m" which shadows the one that comes with matlab. Chances are that netcdf.open (which I am not familiar with at all) might need something similar. If you look at that fcn, it calls some lib function that you might be able to shadow in order to get what you want. Just stick it in the toolbox directory for Emacs, and you'll be all set. If it isn't related to some MATLAB toolbox, perhaps we can add the shadow to the matlabemacs repository. Good Luck Eric From: emacs user [mailto:user.emacs@...<mailto:user.emacs@...>] Sent: Monday, July 01, 2013 3:01 PM To: matlabemacsdiscuss@...<mailto:matlabemacsdiscuss@...> Subject: [Matlabemacsdiscuss] emacsinit/ using emacs as an external Matlab editor hi, I am trying the above using Emacs 24.3 on Mac OSX, using a fresh download of matlabemacs and Matlab 2013a. when I follow the install directions, trying to click on the line number in something like this: Error using netcdf.open (line 45) brings up the matlab editor instead of emacsclient. if I try >> opentoline('myfile.m',1477,0) emacsclient is invoked and goes to the right line etc. Any idea what I may be doing wrong? additional information I can povide? many thanks... 
From: emacs user <user.emacs@gm...>  20130702 21:17:06

Hi, thanks for the prompt response, I think I didn't explain that very clearly, let me try again. I have an init.m file: addpath('~/.emacs.d/matlabemacs/toolbox','begin'); rehash; emacsinit('/Applications/Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/bin/emacsclient'); and then a opentoline_test.m file: a=zeros(3,4); b=zeros(3,3); c=a+b; in Matlab I do: >> which opentoline /Applications/MATLAB_R2013a.app/toolbox/matlab/codetools/opentoline.m >> init >> which opentoline /Users/eli/.emacs.d/matlabemacs/toolbox/opentoline.m so the correct opentoline seems to be shadowing. Next, >> opentoline_test Error using + Matrix dimensions must agree. Error in opentoline_test (line 3) c=a+b; now if I click on "line 3" I get the matlab editor, if instead, I say >> opentoline('opentoline_test.m',3,0) then emacs is correctly invoked. does this help, or did I simply misunderstand your response? thanks again, best, Eli On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 4:46 PM, Eric Ludlam <Eric.Ludlam@...>wrote: > Hi,**** > > ** ** > > Not all the ‘edit’ like functions obey the preference to use an alternate > editor. If you look in the toolbox directory that came with matlab.el, you > will see “opentoline.m” which shadows the one that comes with matlab. > Chances are that netcdf.open (which I am not familiar with at all) might > need something similar. If you look at that fcn, it calls some lib > function that you might be able to shadow in order to get what you want. > Just stick it in the toolbox directory for Emacs, and you’ll be all set. > If it isn’t related to some MATLAB toolbox, perhaps we can add the shadow > to the matlabemacs repository.**** > > ** ** > > Good Luck**** > > Eric**** > > ** ** > > *From:* emacs user [mailto:user.emacs@...] > *Sent:* Monday, July 01, 2013 3:01 PM > *To:* matlabemacsdiscuss@... > *Subject:* [Matlabemacsdiscuss] emacsinit/ using emacs as an external > Matlab editor**** > > ** ** > > hi, **** > > ** ** > > I am trying the above using Emacs 24.3 on Mac OSX, using a fresh download > of matlabemacs and Matlab 2013a. when I follow the install directions, > trying to click on the line number in something like this:**** > > ** ** > > Error using netcdf.open (*line 45*)**** > > ** ** > > brings up the matlab editor instead of emacsclient. if I try**** > > ** ** > > >> opentoline('myfile.m',1477,0)**** > > ** ** > > emacsclient is invoked and goes to the right line etc.**** > > ** ** > > Any idea what I may be doing wrong? additional information I can povide? > **** > > many thanks...**** > > ** ** > 
From: Eric Ludlam <Eric.L<udlam@ma...>  20130702 21:09:34

Hi, Not all the 'edit' like functions obey the preference to use an alternate editor. If you look in the toolbox directory that came with matlab.el, you will see "opentoline.m" which shadows the one that comes with matlab. Chances are that netcdf.open (which I am not familiar with at all) might need something similar. If you look at that fcn, it calls some lib function that you might be able to shadow in order to get what you want. Just stick it in the toolbox directory for Emacs, and you'll be all set. If it isn't related to some MATLAB toolbox, perhaps we can add the shadow to the matlabemacs repository. Good Luck Eric From: emacs user [mailto:user.emacs@...] Sent: Monday, July 01, 2013 3:01 PM To: matlabemacsdiscuss@... Subject: [Matlabemacsdiscuss] emacsinit/ using emacs as an external Matlab editor hi, I am trying the above using Emacs 24.3 on Mac OSX, using a fresh download of matlabemacs and Matlab 2013a. when I follow the install directions, trying to click on the line number in something like this: Error using netcdf.open (line 45) brings up the matlab editor instead of emacsclient. if I try >> opentoline('myfile.m',1477,0) emacsclient is invoked and goes to the right line etc. Any idea what I may be doing wrong? additional information I can povide? many thanks... 
From: emacs user <user.emacs@gm...>  20130701 19:01:14

hi, I am trying the above using Emacs 24.3 on Mac OSX, using a fresh download of matlabemacs and Matlab 2013a. when I follow the install directions, trying to click on the line number in something like this: Error using netcdf.open (*line 45*) brings up the matlab editor instead of emacsclient. if I try >> opentoline('myfile.m',1477,0) emacsclient is invoked and goes to the right line etc. Any idea what I may be doing wrong? additional information I can povide? many thanks... 