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bug#20270: 25.0.50; 'Invalid slot type: semanticdb-project-database-file


From: Rupert Swarbrick
Subject: bug#20270: 25.0.50; 'Invalid slot type: semanticdb-project-database-file, reference-directory, string, nil' with semantic-mode
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2015 11:20:34 +0100

With the current head of the master branch, I get the error in the
subject line whenever I try to open a file with semantic mode enabled. I
can reproduce this with '-Q' as follows:

  new-emacs.sh -Q --eval '(semantic-mode t)' --eval '(find-file "test.c")'

(where new-emacs.sh is just a shell script that calls my locally
compiled Emacs).

Setting debug-on-error gives the following stack trace:

  Debugger entered--Lisp error: (invalid-slot-type 
semanticdb-project-database-file reference-directory string nil)
    signal(invalid-slot-type (semanticdb-project-database-file 
reference-directory string nil))
    eieio--validate-slot-value([defclass semanticdb-project-database-file 
"Database of file tables saved to disk." ([defclass semanticdb-project-database 
"Database of file tables." ([defclass eieio-instance-tracker "This special 
class enables instance tracking.\nInheritors from this class must overload 
`tracking-symbol' which is\na variable symbol used to store a list of all 
instances." nil [] #s(hash-table size 65 test eq rehash-size 1.5 
rehash-threshold 0.8 data ( ...)) (semanticdb-project-database) nil 
[[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor tracking-symbol unbound symbol (...)]] [unbound] 
[eieio-class-tag--eieio-instance-tracker] (:custom-groups nil :documentation 
"This special class enables instance tracking.\nInheritors from this class must 
overload `tracking-symbol' which is\na variable symbol used to store a list of 
all instances." :abstract t)]) [[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor 
reference-directory unbound string ((:documentation . "Directory this database 
refers to.\nWhen a cache directory is specified, then this refers to the 
directory\nthis database contains symbols for."))] 
[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor new-table-class semanticdb-table class 
((:documentation . "New tables created for this database are of this class."))] 
[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor cache nil list ((:documentation . "List of cache 
information for tools.\nAny particular tool can cache data to a database at 
runtime\nwith `semanticdb-cache-get'.\n\nUsing a semanticdb cache does not save 
any information to a file,\nso your cache will need to be recalculated at 
runtime.\n\nNote: This index will not be saved in a persistent file."))] 
[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor tables unbound semanticdb-abstract-table-list 
((:documentation . "List of `semantic-db-table' objects.") (:protection . 
protected))]] #s(hash-table size 65 test eq rehash-size 1.5 rehash-threshold 
0.8 data (reference-directory 0 new-table-class 1 cache 2 tables 3 ...)) 
(semanticdb-project-database-file) ((:tables . tables)) 
[[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor tracking-symbol semanticdb-database-list symbol 
((:documentation . "The symbol used to maintain a list of our instances.\nThe 
instance list is treated as a variable, with new instances added to it."))]] 
[semanticdb-database-list] [eieio-class-tag--semanticdb-project-database 
unbound semanticdb-table nil unbound] (:custom-groups nil :documentation 
"Database of file tables.")] [defclass eieio-persistent "This special class 
enables persistence through save files\nUse the `object-save' method to write 
this object to disk.  The save\nformat is Emacs Lisp code which calls the 
constructor for the saved\nobject.  For this reason, only slots which do not 
have an `:initarg'\nspecified will not be saved." nil 
[[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor file unbound string ((:documentation . "The save 
file for this persistent object.\nThis must be a string, and must be specified 
when the new object is\ninstantiated."))]] #s(hash-table size 65 test eq 
rehash-size 1.5 rehash-threshold 0.8 data (file 0 ...)) 
(semanticdb-project-database-file) ((:file . file)) 
[[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor do-backups t boolean ((:documentation . "Saving 
this object should make backup files.\nSetting to nil will mean no backups are 
made."))] [cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor file-header-line ";; EIEIO PERSISTENT 
OBJECT" string ((:documentation . "Header line for the save file.\nThis is used 
with the `object-write' method."))] [cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor extension 
".eieio" string ((:documentation . "Extension of files saved by this 
object.\nEnables auto-choosing nice file names based on name."))]] [t ";; EIEIO 
PERSISTENT OBJECT" ".eieio"] [eieio-class-tag--eieio-persistent unbound] 
(:custom-groups nil :documentation "This special class enables persistence 
through save files\nUse the `object-save' method to write this object to disk.  
The save\nformat is Emacs Lisp code which calls the constructor for the 
saved\nobject.  For this reason, only slots which do not have an 
`:initarg'\nspecified will not be saved." :abstract t)]) 
[[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor reference-directory unbound string 
((:documentation . "Directory this database refers to.\nWhen a cache directory 
is specified, then this refers to the directory\nthis database contains symbols 
for."))] [cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor new-table-class semanticdb-table class 
((:documentation . "New tables created for this database are of this class."))] 
[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor cache nil list ((:documentation . "List of cache 
information for tools.\nAny particular tool can cache data to a database at 
runtime\nwith `semanticdb-cache-get'.\n\nUsing a semanticdb cache does not save 
any information to a file,\nso your cache will need to be recalculated at 
runtime.\n\nNote: This index will not be saved in a persistent file."))] 
[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor tables unbound semanticdb-abstract-table-list 
((:documentation . "List of `semantic-db-table' objects.") (:protection . 
protected))] [cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor file unbound string ((:documentation 
. "The save file for this persistent object.\nThis must be a string, and must 
be specified when the new object is\ninstantiated."))] 
[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor semantic-tag-version "1.4" t ((:documentation . 
"The version of the tags saved.\nThe default value is 1.4.  In semantic 1.4 
there was no versioning, so\nwhen those files are loaded, this becomes the 
version number.\nTo save the version number, we must hand-set this version 
string."))] [cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor semanticdb-version "1.4" t 
((:documentation . "The version of the object system saved.\nThe default value 
is 1.4.  In semantic 1.4, there was no versioning,\nso when those files are 
loaded, this becomes the version number.\nTo save the version number, we must 
hand-set this version string."))]] #s(hash-table size 65 test eq rehash-size 
1.5 rehash-threshold 0.8 data (reference-directory 0 new-table-class 1 cache 2 
tables 3 file 4 semantic-tag-version 5 semanticdb-version 6 ...)) nil ((:tables 
. reference-directory) (:file . file) (:semantic-tag-version . 
semantic-tag-version) (:semanticdb-version . semanticdb-version)) 
[[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor extension ".eieio" string ((:documentation . 
"Extension of files saved by this object.\nEnables auto-choosing nice file 
names based on name."))] [cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor file-header-line ";; 
SEMANTICDB Tags save file" string ((:documentation . "Header line for the save 
file.\nThis is used with the `object-write' method."))] 
[cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor do-backups nil boolean ((:documentation . "Saving 
this object should make backup files.\nSetting to nil will mean no backups are 
made."))] [cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor tracking-symbol 
semanticdb-database-list symbol ((:documentation . "The symbol used to maintain 
a list of our instances.\nThe instance list is treated as a variable, with new 
instances added to it."))]] [".eieio" ";; SEMANTICDB Tags save file" nil 
semanticdb-database-list] [eieio-class-tag--semanticdb-project-database-file 
unbound semanticdb-table nil unbound unbound "1.4" "1.4"] (:custom-groups nil 
:documentation "Database of file tables saved to disk.")] 1 nil 
reference-directory)
    eieio-oset([eieio-class-tag--semanticdb-project-database-file unbound 
semanticdb-table nil unbound 
"/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" "1.4" "1.4"] 
reference-directory nil)
    #[514 "address@hidden@\"\211\204 
address@hidden@address@hidden(address@hidden@address@hidden@\207" 
[eieio--initarg-to-attribute 0 slot-missing oset eieio-oset] 8 "Set slots of 
OBJ with SLOTS which is a list of name/value pairs.\nCalled from the 
constructor routine.\n\n(fn OBJ 
SLOTS)"]([eieio-class-tag--semanticdb-project-database-file unbound 
semanticdb-table nil unbound 
"/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" "1.4" "1.4"] 
(:file "/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" :tables 
nil :semantic-tag-version "2.0" :semanticdb-version "2.2"))
    apply(#[514 "address@hidden@\"\211\204 
address@hidden@address@hidden(address@hidden@address@hidden@\207" 
[eieio--initarg-to-attribute 0 slot-missing oset eieio-oset] 8 "Set slots of 
OBJ with SLOTS which is a list of name/value pairs.\nCalled from the 
constructor routine.\n\n(fn OBJ SLOTS)"] 
[eieio-class-tag--semanticdb-project-database-file unbound semanticdb-table nil 
unbound "/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" "1.4" 
"1.4"] (:file "/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" 
:tables nil :semantic-tag-version "2.0" :semanticdb-version "2.2"))
    shared-initialize([eieio-class-tag--semanticdb-project-database-file 
unbound semanticdb-table nil unbound 
"/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" "1.4" "1.4"] 
(:file "/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" :tables 
nil :semantic-tag-version "2.0" :semanticdb-version "2.2"))
    #[513 
"address@hidden>\204&address@hidden"address@hidden>address@hidden"address@hidden"\207"
 [cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor-tags 0 4 signal wrong-type-argument 
cl-slot-descriptor 2 eieio-default-eval-maybe eieio-oset 1 shared-initialize] 
16 "Construct the new object THIS based on SLOTS.\nSLOTS is a tagged list where 
odd numbered elements are tags, and\neven numbered elements are the values to 
store in the tagged slot.\nIf you overload the `initialize-instance', there you 
will need to\ncall `shared-initialize' yourself, or you can call 
`call-next-method'\nto have this constructor called automatically.  If these 
steps are\nnot taken, then new objects of your class will not have their 
values\ndynamically set from SLOTS.\n\n(fn THIS &optional 
SLOTS)"]([eieio-class-tag--semanticdb-project-database-file unbound 
semanticdb-table nil unbound 
"/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" "1.4" "1.4"] 
(:file "/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" :tables 
nil :semantic-tag-version "2.0" :semanticdb-version "2.2"))
    apply(#[513 
"address@hidden>\204&address@hidden"address@hidden>address@hidden"address@hidden"\207"
 [cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor-tags 0 4 signal wrong-type-argument 
cl-slot-descriptor 2 eieio-default-eval-maybe eieio-oset 1 shared-initialize] 
16 "Construct the new object THIS based on SLOTS.\nSLOTS is a tagged list where 
odd numbered elements are tags, and\neven numbered elements are the values to 
store in the tagged slot.\nIf you overload the `initialize-instance', there you 
will need to\ncall `shared-initialize' yourself, or you can call 
`call-next-method'\nto have this constructor called automatically.  If these 
steps are\nnot taken, then new objects of your class will not have their 
values\ndynamically set from SLOTS.\n\n(fn THIS &optional SLOTS)"] 
([eieio-class-tag--semanticdb-project-database-file unbound semanticdb-table 
nil unbound "/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" 
"1.4" "1.4"] (:file 
"/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" :tables nil 
:semantic-tag-version "2.0" :semanticdb-version "2.2")))
    #[128 
"address@hidden@\303^A^D\"address@hidden"address@hidden@\303^A^E\"address@hidden"
 [nil (#[385 "\300^B\301\"^B^AJ>address@hidden"L\207" [eieio-oref 
tracking-symbol append] 7 "Make sure THIS is in our master list of this 
class.\nOptional argument SLOTS are the initialization arguments.\n\n(fn THIS 
&rest SLOTS)"]) #[513 
"address@hidden>\204&address@hidden"address@hidden>address@hidden"address@hidden"\207"
 [cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor-tags 0 4 signal wrong-type-argument 
cl-slot-descriptor 2 eieio-default-eval-maybe eieio-oset 1 shared-initialize] 
16 "Construct the new object THIS based on SLOTS.\nSLOTS is a tagged list where 
odd numbered elements are tags, and\neven numbered elements are the values to 
store in the tagged slot.\nIf you overload the `initialize-instance', there you 
will need to\ncall `shared-initialize' yourself, or you can call 
`call-next-method'\nto have this constructor called automatically.  If these 
steps are\nnot taken, then new objects of your class will not have their 
values\ndynamically set from SLOTS.\n\n(fn THIS &optional SLOTS)"] apply] 7 
"\n\n(fn &rest ARGS)"]([eieio-class-tag--semanticdb-project-database-file 
unbound semanticdb-table nil unbound 
"/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" "1.4" "1.4"] 
(:file "/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" :tables 
nil :semantic-tag-version "2.0" :semanticdb-version "2.2"))
    apply(#[128 
"address@hidden@\303^A^D\"address@hidden"address@hidden@\303^A^E\"address@hidden"
 [nil (#[385 "\300^B\301\"^B^AJ>address@hidden"L\207" [eieio-oref 
tracking-symbol append] 7 "Make sure THIS is in our master list of this 
class.\nOptional argument SLOTS are the initialization arguments.\n\n(fn THIS 
&rest SLOTS)"]) #[513 
"address@hidden>\204&address@hidden"address@hidden>address@hidden"address@hidden"\207"
 [cl-struct-cl-slot-descriptor-tags 0 4 signal wrong-type-argument 
cl-slot-descriptor 2 eieio-default-eval-maybe eieio-oset 1 shared-initialize] 
16 "Construct the new object THIS based on SLOTS.\nSLOTS is a tagged list where 
odd numbered elements are tags, and\neven numbered elements are the values to 
store in the tagged slot.\nIf you overload the `initialize-instance', there you 
will need to\ncall `shared-initialize' yourself, or you can call 
`call-next-method'\nto have this constructor called automatically.  If these 
steps are\nnot taken, then new objects of your class will not have their 
values\ndynamically set from SLOTS.\n\n(fn THIS &optional SLOTS)"] apply] 7 
"\n\n(fn &rest ARGS)"] [eieio-class-tag--semanticdb-project-database-file 
unbound semanticdb-table nil unbound 
"/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" "1.4" "1.4"] 
(:file "/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" :tables 
nil :semantic-tag-version "2.0" :semanticdb-version "2.2"))
    initialize-instance([eieio-class-tag--semanticdb-project-database-file 
unbound semanticdb-table nil unbound 
"/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" "1.4" "1.4"] 
(:file "/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" :tables 
nil :semantic-tag-version "2.0" :semanticdb-version "2.2"))
    #[385 
"address@hidden@address@hidden>address@hidden@\211;\206&address@hidden>address@hidden@address@hidden"\210\211\207"
 [eieio-backward-compatibility copy-sequence eieio-class-definition 10 ignore 
message "Obsolete name %S passed to %S constructor" initialize-instance] 7 
"Default constructor for CLASS `eieio-default-superclass'.\nSLOTS are the 
initialization slots used by `initialize-instance'.\nThis static method is 
called when an object is constructed.\nIt allocates the vector used to 
represent an EIEIO object, and then\ncalls `initialize-instance' on that 
object.\n\n(fn CLASS &rest SLOTS)"](semanticdb-project-database-file "include/" 
:file "/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" :tables 
nil :semantic-tag-version "2.0" :semanticdb-version "2.2")
    apply(#[385 
"address@hidden@address@hidden>address@hidden@\211;\206&address@hidden>address@hidden@address@hidden"\210\211\207"
 [eieio-backward-compatibility copy-sequence eieio-class-definition 10 ignore 
message "Obsolete name %S passed to %S constructor" initialize-instance] 7 
"Default constructor for CLASS `eieio-default-superclass'.\nSLOTS are the 
initialization slots used by `initialize-instance'.\nThis static method is 
called when an object is constructed.\nIt allocates the vector used to 
represent an EIEIO object, and then\ncalls `initialize-instance' on that 
object.\n\n(fn CLASS &rest SLOTS)"] semanticdb-project-database-file 
("include/" :file 
"/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" :tables nil 
:semantic-tag-version "2.0" :semanticdb-version "2.2"))
    make-instance(semanticdb-project-database-file "include/" :file 
"/home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb/!usr!include!semantic.cache" :tables nil 
:semantic-tag-version "2.0" :semanticdb-version "2.2")
    #[(dbc directory) "\306!^P\307     \"address@hidden@address@hidden        
\314\315!!\316P\317\n\320\321\322\f\323^M&\n^S\324\325#\210*\207" 
[directory dbc fn db semantic-tag-version semanticdb-file-version file-truename 
semanticdb-cache-filename semanticdb-file-loaded-p file-exists-p 
semanticdb-load-database make-instance file-name-nondirectory 
directory-file-name "/" :file :tables nil :semantic-tag-version 
:semanticdb-version eieio-oset reference-directory] 12 "Create a new semantic 
database for DIRECTORY and return it.\nIf a database for DIRECTORY has already 
been loaded, return it.\nIf a database for DIRECTORY exists, then load that 
database, and return it.\nIf DIRECTORY doesn't exist, create a new 
one."](semanticdb-project-database-file "/usr/include/")
    apply(#[(dbc directory) "\306!^P\307       
\"address@hidden@address@hidden        
\314\315!!\316P\317\n\320\321\322\f\323^M&\n^S\324\325#\210*\207" 
[directory dbc fn db semantic-tag-version semanticdb-file-version file-truename 
semanticdb-cache-filename semanticdb-file-loaded-p file-exists-p 
semanticdb-load-database make-instance file-name-nondirectory 
directory-file-name "/" :file :tables nil :semantic-tag-version 
:semanticdb-version eieio-oset reference-directory] 12 "Create a new semantic 
database for DIRECTORY and return it.\nIf a database for DIRECTORY has already 
been loaded, return it.\nIf a database for DIRECTORY exists, then load that 
database, and return it.\nIf DIRECTORY doesn't exist, create a new one."] 
semanticdb-project-database-file "/usr/include/")
    semanticdb-create-database(semanticdb-project-database-file "/usr/include/")
    semanticdb-create-table-for-file("/usr/include/features.h")
    semanticdb-file-table-object("/usr/include/features.h" t)
    semantic-c-reset-preprocessor-symbol-map()
    byte-code("\300\301!\210\302 \207" [provide semantic/bovine/c 
semantic-c-reset-preprocessor-symbol-map] 2)
    semantic-default-c-setup()
    semantic-new-buffer-fcn()
    run-hooks(mode-local-init-hook)
    #[nil "\300 \210\301\302!\207" [activate-mode-local-bindings run-hooks 
mode-local-init-hook] 2]()
    mode-local-map-file-buffers(#[nil "\300 \210\301\302!\207" 
[activate-mode-local-bindings run-hooks mode-local-init-hook] 2] #[nil "       
 =?\207" [mode-local--init-mode major-mode] 2] (#<buffer test.c>))
    mode-local-post-major-mode-change()
    run-hooks(find-file-hook)
    after-find-file(t t)
    find-file-noselect-1(#<buffer test.c> "~/test.c" nil nil "~/test.c" nil)
    find-file-noselect("test.c" nil nil nil)
    find-file("test.c")
    eval((find-file "test.c"))
    command-line-1(("--eval" "(semantic-mode t)" "--eval" "(setq debug-on-error 
t)" "--eval" "(find-file \"test.c\")"))

In case it's relevant, the /home/ruperts/.emacs.d/semanticdb directory
does not exist.

I last compiled myself a new Emacs a couple of weeks ago, so whatever
change has broken things seems to have appeared in the meantime.


Rupert

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