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[Global-commit] global gtags.el

From: Shigio YAMAGUCHI
Subject: [Global-commit] global gtags.el
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2012 23:43:23 +0000

CVSROOT:        /sources/global
Module name:    global
Changes by:     Shigio YAMAGUCHI <shigio>       12/08/07 23:43:23

Modified files:
        .              : gtags.el 

Log message:
        Submitted by Thomas Viehweger.
        I built a Debian package for global 6.2.4 based on Ron Lees existing 
        But as XEmacs user I had some problems with your gtags.el.
        1) Mouse bindings do not work ([mouse-3] vs 'button3)
        2) Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument characterp nil)
          char-equal(nil ?C)
          gtags-goto-tag("tag" "" nil)
        According to the documentation of char-equal in XEmacs: Both arguments 
must be 
        3) Byte-compiling covers some old code:
        In gtags-get-rootpath:
        gtags.el:447:14:Warning: assignment to free variable `n'
        gtags.el:447:14:Warning: reference to free variable `n'
        In gtags-decode-pathname:
        gtags.el:460:36:Warning: `string-to-int' is an obsolete function (as of 
            22.1); use `string-to-number' instead.
        In gtags-select-it:
        gtags.el:814:13:Warning: `goto-line' used from Lisp code
        That command is designed for interactive use only
        Wrote /usr/share/emacs23/site-lisp/global/gtags.elc
        While compiling gtags-get-rootpath in file /usr/share/xemacs21/site-
          ** assignment to free variable n
          ** reference to free variable n
        While compiling gtags-visit-rootdir:
          ** variable n bound but not referenced
        While compiling gtags-find-tag-from-here:
          ** variable flag bound but not referenced
        While compiling gtags-pop-stack:
          ** variable buffer bound but not referenced
        While compiling the end of the data:
          ** The following functions are not known to be defined: 
            posn-point, event-start, posn-window, event-end
        Attached is a patch which also replaces the Windows path delimiter (\\) 
        by / which is understood by global.
        Thomas Viehweger


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