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Re: 26.0.50; CEDET stickyfunc-mode broken after recent removal of defaul

From: Andrew Moore
Subject: Re: 26.0.50; CEDET stickyfunc-mode broken after recent removal of default-FOO variables
Date: Thu, 17 Nov 2016 00:24:54 -0500

> Andrew Moore <address@hidden> writes:
>> CEDET stickyfunc-mode appears to be broken after recent commits:
>>    e6681b27394a23979c3aef3925f78ef9cd75bd32 (“Nix more uses of default-FOO 
>> variables (Bug#24946)”),
>>    73d47d22197175f08b2dd62e76d7138872e611d2 (“Remove obsolete default-FOO 
>> variables”)
>> Being enamored of stickyfunc-mode, I’m hoping that someone might point
>> me in the direction of a resolution.  What I have so far is only a
>> partial workaround.
>> Prior to the above commits, CEDET and stickyfunc-mode were enabled
>> globally via the following lines in my .emacs:
>>    (load (concat cedet-load-path "/semantic/loaddefs.el"))
>>    (semantic-mode)
>>    (mapc
>>      (lambda (mode)
>>        (funcall mode 1))
>>      '(global-semantic-idle-summary-mode
>>       global-semantic-idle-completions-mode
>>       global-semantic-idle-scheduler-mode
>>       global-semanticdb-minor-mode))
>>       global-semantic-stickyfunc-mode))

On Nov 16, 2016, at 10:00 PM, Mark Oteiza <address@hidden> wrote:
> Without the cedet-load-path line, the above works fine here (as the sole
> contents of init.el) on e6681b27 (the latest commit listed above).  I
> can open C files and sticky mode is operational.  Are you loading CEDET
> from somewhere else?

Indeed, I’m not able to reproduce the problem myself now (other than 
stickyfunc-mode isn’t working for lisp-mode, which may have been the 
confounding issue).  So false report. I’ll try to be more careful.  Thank you 
for checking!

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