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Re: CEDET merge

From: Chong Yidong
Subject: Re: CEDET merge
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2009 18:10:55 -0400
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Phil Hagelberg <address@hidden> writes:

> Rudel uses eieio as well as inversion.el, fame.el, and working.el. The
> last three of these are files from CEDET's common/ directory. From what
> I can tell, fame.el and working.el were not included in the merge. Was
> this intentional? What were the deciding factors in what to include?

I didn't include working.el (and fame.el, which is only there for
working.el) because I couldn't work out what advantage it brought over
the built-in progress reporter, which is a couple of hundred lines in
subr.el, already documented in the manual, and works fine.  This seems
too big a solution for a problem that's tangentially related to the rest
of CEDET, but maybe you can convince me otherwise.

As for the other omitted stuff, there are a couple of files in Semantic
not written by Eric that we don't have paperwork for yet (the Imenu
support and the Erlang and Python parsers).  Also the Srecode template
files and Semantic grammar files, which I haven't figured out where to
put (maybe a subdirectory in admin; any help with this task would be
appreciated).  And I may have overlooked some other things.

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