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Exuberant Ctags supports all possible C language constructions and multiple other languages such as assembler, AWK, ASP, BETA, Bourne/Korn/Z shell, C++, COBOL, Eiffel, Fortran, Java, Lisp, Lua, Makefile, Pascal, Perl, PHP, Python, REXX, Ruby, S-Lang, Scheme, Tcl, Verilog, Vim and YACC.
Frequently Asked Questions ========================== * 1. Why do you call it "Exuberant Ctags"? * 2. Why doesn't my editor work with these tag files? * 3. What are these strange bits of text beginning with ;"? * 4. Why doesn't XEmacs' Speedbar module work with Exuberant Ctags? * 5. Why doesn't Xemacs correctly locate the tag in the source file? * 6. Why doesn't NEdi more»
CTAGS(1) Exuberant Ctags CTAGS(1) NAME ctags - Generate tag files for source code SYNOPSIS ctags [options] [file(s)] etags [options] [file(s)] DESCRIPTION The ctags and etags programs (hereinafter collectively referred to as ctags, except where distinguished) generate an index (or "tag") file for a variet more»
exuberant-ctags (1:5.8-3squeeze1) stable; urgency=low * Apply patch from Ben Spencer to use memmove rather than strcpy on overlapping strings (closes: #594185). -- Colin Watson <email@example.com> Thu, 17 Feb 2011 14:09:34 +0000 exuberant-ctags (1:5.8-3) unstable; urgency=low * Compile with -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 in order to support 64-bit inode numbers and file sizes on 32-bit more»
Current Version: 5.8 ctags-5.8 (09 Jul 2009) * Removed ".ml" as a Lisp extension (now OCaml) [Lisp] more»
This is the Debian prepackaged version of Darren Hiebert's <firstname.lastname@example.org> ctags utility. Th more»