Like Emacs, CEDET is using Bazaar as its version
control system. The easiest way to get a checkout of the current development version is to do
Read the file USING_CEDET_FROM_BZR for further instructions, especially if you plan on hacking cedet, submitting patches, etc.
There also used to be a git mirror at that server, but after some larger merges in the repository, all tools we tested for git conversion either stopped working completely or produced corrupt repositories with missing files. If you manage to do a conversion, please let us know how to do it and we happily provide a git mirror again.
CEDET uses Buildbot to automatically check the latest revision for compile errors. CEDET also ships with a bunch of unit and integration tests, which are also run by the Buildbot, on different platforms as well as with different Emacs versions. Here's the status for the latest revision; if everything's green this means that CEDET should build fine with the named Emacs versions and platforms:
If there's something red there, we know about it and it should be fixed soonish.
A more detailed view can be seen here.