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Re: Current State of CEDET in Emacs tree and standalone

From: Andreas Marschke
Subject: Re: Current State of CEDET in Emacs tree and standalone
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2018 22:58:39 +0200

I haven't looked into LSP in detail and probably should, but so far I think what I want to do with 
it should be possible with portions of CEDET/semantic. 

Even if CEDET does not warrant continuation, how would you define obsoletion?

I'm working mostly with Java applications mobile native and server side as well as small and 
midsized nodejs projects. If LSP can work for these environments I'd be happy to have a look.


Andreas Marschke.

On Thu, 19 Jul 2018 at 16:41, Joshua Branson <address@hidden> wrote:
Andreas Marschke <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi all!
> In a quest to add some improvements to CEDET/Semantic I came across the fact of the splintered codebases people are potentially working on.
> We have the CEDET project on SourceForge with changes going beyond the initial import into emacs.
> And then there is the version shipped with Emacs.
> When comparing the code basis one of the most immediate things that struck me, was the availability of tests and that there was even rudimentary unit testing employed, This is not the case
> for the code in Emacs tree.
> Are there efforts to import the code from Sourceforge anew into the emacs tree or is it intended to remain there as it pertains to features not intended to be shipped with Emacs?

Not to be a debbie downer, but is CEDIT worthwhile to continue?
(admittedly I really don't know much about CEDIT).  I'm under the
impression that semantic may not be needed, since microsoft is pushing
the LSP (language server protocal).

Just curious,


Mit freundlichen Grüßen,

Andreas Marschke.
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