Hi Alberto,

On Thu, Mar 08, 2018 at 05:10:13PM +0100, Alberto Luaces wrote:
> Thanks again, Nicholas:

You're welcome :-)

> Nicholas D Steeves writes:
> > W: company-irony source: out-of-date-standards-version 4.1.1 (current is 
> > 4.1.3)
> Ok.  Upgraded to 4.1.3 while checking that it complains with the Policy
> upgrades: basically none of them applied, except for the Vcs-* one, that
> this package is already compliant with.

Nice, that's exactly how it's done.

> > I: company-irony source: testsuite-autopkgtest-missing
> This is N/A, I think.

It's not required at this point in time, but someday it's possible
that self tests will be required.  Dh_elpa_test runs the tests as part
of a package build, and autopkgtest is a framework that automates
testing of packages in a container or virtual machine.  Because this
is Informational level lint it's not high priority for Lintian, but if
you ever want to write a test that gets an company-irony autocompleted
list for something, and then compares that against the expected list,
in the expected order.  Tests that provide assurances it won't do
hilarious/embarrassing autocompletion like cell phones do.  A Nice to
have, later, if you have time and find the challenge interesting ;-)

> > W: elpa-company-irony: new-package-should-close-itp-bug
> Now I have a number assigned.

Thank you.

> > I: elpa-company-irony: extended-description-is-probably-too-short
> Ok.  Rephrased.

I'll reply to points relating to the description with a couple of
comments later.

Because for now the most pressing issue is that it doesn't initialise

  Company backend 'company-clang' could not be initialized:
  Company found no clang executable

This was both with no configuration (and M-x company-mode), and with
following upstream's README in a clean sid chroot.  I opened a random
cpp from kdeconnect to test.  I suspect a documentation of
configuration issue because I would have expected company-irony to
load rather than company-clang...but it's possibly a bug.

Please let me know how you made company-irony work.


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