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Re: CEDET merge

From: Alex Ott
Subject: Re: CEDET merge
Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2012 13:32:11 +0100

Hi all

Is it possible to update Java parts of CEDET in Emacs with the
changes, that were made last weeks? At least for cedet-java.el &
db-javap.el - I think, that these changes can be useful for many Emacs
users who are using it to program Java...

On Sun, Sep 30, 2012 at 3:55 PM, David Engster <address@hidden> wrote:
> David Engster writes:
>> Stefan Monnier writes:
>>>> the other way round. I think I should be able to have our 'to-emacs'
>>>> branch ready till October 1st, which could then be merged in.
>>> This merge is important, yes.  Please let us know if you can't make it
>>> for October 1st.
>> Please do not commit this patch yet, since it definitely needs some
>> further testing. My plan is to check the code with our test suite, which
>> will need a few tweaks first to work with stock Emacs, though.
> I've checked the new code base with our test suite and fixed a bunch of
> stuff. Everything's working now except for a few minor things, so I
> think the branch is now ready for merging.
> You can obtain a patch file from our 'to-emacs' branch (for details see
> my last mail), but I've also attached it to this message so everyone can
> check it easily. There's no ChangeLog yet, so if you want to check the
> logs you still need our 'to-emacs' branch.
> Please take a look at the issues I raised in my previous mail, since
> they still apply (esp. regarding checking for papers).
> Additionally, I've also regenerated the Elisp parsers from the updated
> grammar files. This converted some more explicit copyright ranges like
> Copyright (C) 2002-2004, 2007, 2010-2012  Free Software Foundation, Inc
> to a simple range like this
> Copyright (C) 2002-2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
> Is this acceptable? Also, it removed the 'Author: David Ponce' line from
> cedet/semantic/grammar.el, but I think it didn't make sense anyway since
> it is a generated file (from admin/grammars/grammar.wy, where he's still
> credited).
> I left the grammars and parser generator in admin/grammars for now, but
> IMO the generator bovine-grammar.el and wisent-grammar.el should
> eventually be moved to their proper locations underneath lisp/. The main
> grammar generation is already in lisp/semantic/grammar.el and hence was
> in Emacs all the time; the two files above are just refinements for the
> two different grammar styles.
> -David

With best wishes,                    Alex Ott
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