|Subject:||Re: Does CEDET work?|
|Date:||Thu, 26 Apr 2012 20:26:06 +0200|
This is what most of the folks that see me using Emacs for C code (which
is arguably the language best supported by CEDET) want to have for
/their/ setup. Apart from a functioning CEDET, auto-complete is *very*
appealing visually and a for many (novice-) users a more attractive way
to be presented with context-completion than a completion-buffer
(actually the interface is provided by popup.el). It'd be nice to have
this in stock Emacs.
As Eric has pointed out himself, the entry barrier is quite high though
and support for other languages often requires difficult customizations
(if possible at all).
A better integration by default for some of the most-used languages
would increase Emacs's usefulness tremendously for the majority of
people writing code, which in my understanding is the main purpose of
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