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Re: Emacs and C++ codesense

From: Hadron
Subject: Re: Emacs and C++ codesense
Date: Fri, 04 May 2007 17:15:39 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.110006 (No Gnus v0.6) Emacs/22.0.99 (gnu/linux)

Maciej Katafiasz <address@hidden> writes:

> Den Fri, 04 May 2007 14:36:26 +0200 skrev Hadron:
>> Actually, the whole bunch of cedet/winring/ecb does confuse me. I never
>> quite got the hang or the point of semantic either..... yes, I know its
>> part of cedet....
> CEDET, as the name suggests, is a collection of various tools, connected
> mostly by the fact they're developed together, and some depend on the
> others. Semantic is the most prominent part of CEDET, which gives the
> access to a complete language parser infrastructure, and subsequently to
> its output, allowing for construction of language-sensitive tools (for
> example, ones that know what variables are visible at any given point in
> the source) without tying them to any particular language.

Yes - I read that. I just don't see how its useful in C development. I'm
not saying it is not useful. Just that I don't see what its for. Mea
culpa. The code navigation doesn't seem to do much and the decoration
modes are not particularly helpful. I guess it could do with some sort
of tutorial as I played with it a while and didn't really see what
benefits it gave. Maybe you could describe how you use it?

> ECB is a collection of tools supposed to give better code browsing (hence
> the name) tools, as opposed to the ones aimed at writing code.

Yes, I used it for a while but found the locals/files stuff to be of
limited use.

> Winring is not tied or related at all to either of the two, just that ECB
> has explicit support for it because it does some heavy windows-management
> magic.

I realise that, but its kind of a must have when switching between
things like ecb and gnus IMO.


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