On Sat, Jun 14, 2008 at 8:12 AM, Michael Sperber
Pete Forman <pete.forman(a)westerngeco.com> writes:
> I've recently upograded from XEmacs_Setup_21.5-2008-01-24.exe to
> XEmacs_Setup_21.5-2008-05-19.exe. jde-mode for editing Java files has
> stopped working. After the initial failure to start jde-mode
> automatically I can manually set java-mode and font-lock-mode as a
> work around. This bug report is from a fresh start of XEmacs with -q.
> This may be related to "[Bug: pkgs] prog-modes requires cedet-common,
> which isn't there" reported on 2008-02-16.
> Since the info below === I've installed the pre-release of cedet-common.
> (cedet-common ver: 1.01 upstream: 1.0pre4)
You should just install the cedet-common XEmacs package, which matches
the JDE XEmacs package. I'm puzzled about this problem: The
dependencies are all properly recorded in the JDE package. I'm wildly
guessing it's related to the Windows installer.
That's a good guess, Mike. The Windows installer includes jde, but
not cedet-common. I will add cedet-common to the next Windows
Pete - are you saying that this bug still appears even though you have
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