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bug#8685: Fw:Re:Re: bug#8685: semanticdb-find-translate-path-default: Wr


From: sss
Subject: bug#8685: Fw:Re:Re: bug#8685: semanticdb-find-translate-path-default: Wrong type argument: stringp, nil
Date: Thu, 19 May 2011 11:08:44 +0800 (CST)

 
 
 
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From: sss <address@hidden>
Date: 2011-05-19 05:53:39
To: "Stefan Monnier" <address@hidden>
Subject: Re:Re: bug#8685: semanticdb-find-translate-path-default: Wrong type argument: stringp, nil



At 2011-05-18 08:37:08,"Stefan Monnier" <address@hidden> wrote: >>>>>> When I type 'C-c , J' (semantic-ia-fast-jump) in a buffer (c-mode, >>>>>> with file tree.def from GCC source tree), I get the >>>>>> following message. >>>> sorry, it's semantic-complete-jump. >>> Can you give a concise recipe starting from "emacs -Q"? >> emacs -Q >> C-x C-f tree.def >> semantic-mode >> C-c , J >> got message: >> semanticdb-find-translate-path-default: Wrong type argument: stringp, nil > >Hmm... I just tried on Emacs's src/regex.c file and can't reproduce >this problem.  Does it happen for any/most C-mode files?
no,

maybe some special c files with complex marco definition, such as *.def file in gcc.

e.g. gimple.def sent as attachments.

> >Can you try "rm -rf ~/.emacs.d/semanticdb" to make sure the bug is not >in some corrupted file in there? > >>>>> With which version of Emacs and/or CEDET? >>>> emacs trunk, almost newest revision (timestamp: Tue 2011-05-17 >>>> 14:47:55 +0200) >>> Can you reproduce the problem with Emacs-23.3? >> same with emacs trunk >> I also try emacs-23.2.1 built by gentoo. >> 'C-c , j' works, but 'C-c , J' does not work, even after 'C-c , j' > >So the problem is not new in Emacs-24?  Then I'll let Eric take over >from here: it doesn't seem to be due to my lexical-scoping patches. > > >        Stefan




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