> If an overlay is not live (dead?) should we convert it in-place
> to a vector when the problem is discovered? Perhaps the start/end
> no longer exists though. I dunno.
> If ECB is making clones of tags, the :filename feature should be
> enabled on it, so ECB should be able to find and reload the file
> into a buffer if needed.
What do you mean with "...is making clones"? ECB just uses the
tag-table got from semantic - no explicit calls to make clones or something
elso.... should ECB use clones??
>>> David PONCE <firstname.lastname@example.org> seems to think that:
[ ... ]
>That's a good find! However your patch is not portable to Emacs. I
>think a better way to solve that is to make `semantic-overlay-live-p'
>have the same behavior in both XEmacs and Emacs, and use it in
>Following is a patch to do that. It would be nice if you could test
>Your other points and patches look good to me.
>Thanks for your help!
>2005-01-26 David Ponce <email@example.com>
> * cedet/semantic/semantic-fw.el
> (semantic-overlay-live-p) [XEmacs]: Align with Emacs'
> `overlay-buffer' behavior.
> * cedet/semantic/semantic-tag.el
> (semantic-tag-buffer): Ensure the tag's overlay is living.
[ ... ]
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