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bug#20270: bug#20259: bug#20270: 25.0.50; 'Invalid slot type: semanticdb


From: Ivan Shmakov
Subject: bug#20270: bug#20259: bug#20270: 25.0.50; 'Invalid slot type: semanticdb-project-database-file, reference-directory, string, nil' with semantic-mode
Date: Thu, 09 Apr 2015 15:05:33 +0000
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3 (gnu/linux)

>>>>> Stefan Monnier <address@hidden> writes:

 >> #!/bin/bash
 >> set -e -x
 >> mkdir -v -- emacs-$(date -uI)-build
 >> cd emacs-$(date -uI)-build
 >> lndir -- ../emacs-src
 >> autoreconf -v -i -I m4

        The call to ./configure is obviously missing here:

    ./configure --prefix="$HOME" \
        --disable-silent-rules \
        --enable-dependency-tracking \
        --enable-gcc-warnings \
        --without-{pop,sound,x-toolkit,gpm,dbus,gconf,gsettings,makeinfo,x} \
        --with-{wide-int,gnutls,zlib}

 >> ## Ensure there are no stray .elc files in the build directory.
 >> ! grep -q -- . < <(find -name \*.elc)
  
 >> LC_ALL=C nohup /usr/bin/time make \
 >>     -- lib lib-src src lisp

 >> Should I expect it to fix bug#20259 just as well?  (I hope to check
 >> it myself later.)

 > I don't know.

        My point is that the error message is exactly the same for
        either report:

Invalid slot type: semanticdb-project-database-file, reference-directory, 
string, nil

 > I share Paul's impression that it might be a bootstrap problem.
 > The .elc files are not placed in the build directory but in the
 > source directory (I know, it's weird),

        I know; it is.  And that’s the whole point of using lndir(1):
        to create a symlink-based “shadow” of the /source/ directory and
        use it as the build one.

 > so I don't think your script reproduces the behavior of "make
 > bootstrap".

        Per emacs-2015-04-07-build/config.status, srcdir is ‘.’.
        If there’s no .elc in the directory $ make is invoked from
        (and the ‘grep’ line in my script above ensures that), where
        else would the build process find any .elc files to use?

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