I'm confused about installing cedet from BZR on a system which already has emacs
looking at the files under the root directory of cedet from BZR, I see many
files which are also located at various other locations under emacs's own root
directory. I guess several of them differ w.r.t. each other, except for their
identical names. (Just for eg., I have a speedbar.elc and eieio-base.elc in
emacs's own lisp dirs., but obviously, they are also under the root dir from
cedet from BZR).
What I don't understand is, if I am required to 'somehow' remove all of these
built-in emacs's files before using cedet from BRZ, or if 'somehow' my own
install of cedet from BZR will take precedence over the built-in versions?
From: David Engster <deng@ra...> - 2011-04-27 05:45:19
Xaver Gerster writes:
> What I don't understand is, if I am required to 'somehow' remove all of these
> built-in emacs's files before using cedet from BRZ, or if 'somehow' my own
> install of cedet from BZR will take precedence over the built-in versions?
It will 'somehow' do the latter. :-) There's no need to remove any files
from your Emacs installation. Just make sure you load common/cedet.el
from the BZR installation in your init-file before using/loading
anything from CEDET.
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