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A tags file is an index to source-code definitions of functions, variables, and any
other interesting syntactic feature. If you BuildTags for your project (possibly ...
Mar 24, 2015 ... See BuildTags for how to build or update a tags file with a command-line
program which records where names of different kinds of entities are ...
The easiest way by far to generate a tags file recursively is with 'ctags' with its -R
option for recursing into directories. See BuildTags for just basic information.
Basically, look at the path to the tags file (one level above TAGS, see if it matches
that of the current file, and if so, then use that directory. Added the additional ...
(Such tags are unrelated to the Emacs source-code tags that use tags files.) A
bookmark can have any number of tags, and multiple bookmarks can have the ...
etags-u.el - (auto)updating TAGS file using etags ;; ;; From anonymous for
anonymous ;; ;; This program is free software. It comes without any warranty, to ;;
Jul 4, 2014 ... Emacs uses tags files, typically named 'TAGS' , to index these definition locations.
What constitutes a “definition” is determined by the content of ...
(interactive) (let ((file (buffer-file-name))) (if file (file-props-add-tags file (file-props-
read-tag-multi)) (message "This buffer has no associated file")))) (defun ...
Feb 2, 2015 ... The GNU GLOBAL package is highly recommended for using a single tags file,
covering all files in all subdirectories, that lives at the base of a ...
M-x mode; Invoking Bookmarks From Ido; Complete find-tag using ido; Find files
in Tags File; Completing Imenu tags; Use ido to find any file from the project ...