newbie: getting started

2001-06-06 Thread Blue, Neil
Hello Again, I am on the mailing list now so I can see any responses here. :) Cheers Neil === Hello, I have installed emacs 20.7.1 on winnt 4 and I am trying to get the JDE up and running. I have followed the JDE install guide, however when I find a java file a new java menu options

Getting started

2001-06-06 Thread Blue, Neil
here is my .emacs file I have also noticed that if I don't click on the emacs window when it starts an error message at the bottom says cannot open load file semantic-load, and this file does not appear in the semantic directory that I downloaded. I guess this may be part of the problem ?

Re: Getting started

2001-06-06 Thread Knut Wannheden
Blue, Neil [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: here is my .emacs file I have also noticed that if I don't click on the emacs window when it starts an error message at the bottom says cannot open load file semantic-load, and this file does not appear in the semantic directory that I downloaded. I

RE: JDE compilation-scroll-output

2001-06-06 Thread Javier Lopez
I don't know if anyone responded to you already. For what is worth I ran into this problem too. In my case, it turns out that if you set the compilation-window-height to a value that is less than the number of line it takes for the command running in the compilation window the scroll output

RE: problem with source code window when debugging with JDE/JDB

2001-06-06 Thread Mandler, George
On Windoze2K I found I had this problem if my jde-db-source-directories probably didn't have a \ at the end of the source path. So try putting a / at then end of your path: /home/john/projects/lilcache/src. --george -Original Message- From: John Quigley [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

RE: JDE Bug

2001-06-06 Thread Brad Porter
Ah... The problem seems to be that I have 'jde-cygwin-path-converter' set to 'jde-cygwin-path-converter-cygpath'. This calls the cygwin command 'cygpath' which is the culprit of putting the backslashes in. Since this command is shelled out, the directory-sep-char is a moot point. I prefer to

Re: AW: ECB 1.31 now available

2001-06-06 Thread Matt_Conway
On 06/06/2001 09:29:01 AM klaus.berndl wrote: But on the other side you are also right: disabling the advice for 'delete-other-window' has the disadvantage, that then you canĀ“t unsplit a splitted edit-window (maybe by Ctrl-x 2) like with a normal Emacs. You can't unsplit using 'C-x 1' but

ECB 1.32 released

2001-06-06 Thread Jesper Nordenberg
ECB, Emacs Code Browser, version 1.32 is now available at: http://home.swipnet.se/mayhem/ecb.html This release fixes a bug that occured when parsing Java classes that implements interfaces but has no super class. There's now a public mailing list for ECB. Please use it to report bugs, make

Decompiler elisp connector

2001-06-06 Thread Craig McGeachie
Here it is, on the off chance that anyone else may want to play with it. I have attached the file directly, rather than providing a download link, because: - it's smaller than some of the messages that appear on this list - I have no publicly available host that I can dump source code

newbie: getting started

2001-06-06 Thread Blue, Neil
Hello, I have installed emacs 20.7.1 on winnt 4 and I am trying to get the JDE up and running. I have followed the JDE install guide, however when I find a java file a new java menu options appears, but no JDE, and the java menu option only has the standard C-u, C-p, C-n, options in it. I am

RE: JDE Bug

2001-06-06 Thread Paul Kinnucan
At 09:23 AM 6/6/2001 -0600, Brad Porter wrote: Ah... The problem seems to be that I have 'jde-cygwin-path-converter' set to 'jde-cygwin-path-converter-cygpath'. This calls the cygwin command 'cygpath' which is the culprit of putting the backslashes in. Since this command is shelled out, the

Re: JDE Bug

2001-06-06 Thread Ben Wing
Paul Kinnucan wrote: At 08:37 AM 6/6/2001 -0600, Brad Porter wrote: Hello. I am finding that I have to modify 'jde-compile.el' in order to get the JDK -d option to work correctly under cygwin. I set directory-path-sep to ?/ in my .emacs file for the rare times I use XEmacs (for