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Re: Filesets - what am I doing wrong?

From: Vagn Johansen
Subject: Re: Filesets - what am I doing wrong?
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 22:26:28 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.1 (windows-nt)

Daniel Bye <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi all,
> I have Emacs 22.1 (standard port build on FreeBSD/i386 7RC1).
> I'm trying to set up filesets. It works fine when I explicitly list 
> members of the fileset - files turn up correctly in the Filesets menu
> and I can operate on them using M-x filesets-* commands. 
> However, when I try to set up a directory-tree list set so the list
> should grow dynamically as I add files to the project, things seem to
> get away from me a bit - files appear correctly in the Filesets menu,
> but when I try, for example, M-x filesets-open<RET>lhs-crm<RET>, Emacs
> says "Filesets:  lhs-crm  does not exist"  (I have no idea if it's
> significant, but there are two spaces around the fileset name in the 
> minibuffer...)

There is a bug in the :tree handling

> Here is the definition of the fileset from my .emacs (as auto-generated
> by the easy config buffer):
>   '(filesets-data (quote (("lhs-crm" (:tree "~/svn/lhs-crm/trunk" 
> "^.+\\.\\(rb\\|yml\\|css\\|haml\\|sass\\|js\\|html\\)$")))))

Vagn Johansen

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