Comment #3 on issue 90 by darren.c...@...: incorrect parsing of
exuberant ctags tags file
I still get an error, but only the second one. Followed the same test as
above but running binaries from the just build source trees. Here are the
Built vim from source pulled down today (7.3.785) and ctags from svn source
pulled today (svn rev 804)
I ran the vim binary from within the tree. I ran without any vim runtime
files installed. I moved aside my .vim, .vimrc (though I get the same
error even with my setup and no runtime files). Default value for tags
option used was: tags=./tags,tags
I ran ctags from the source tree I built. The files have differences from
each other, but there is still a !rm tag sorted to the top and tag lines
for mch_fopen exist (though there are differences in those lines). Again
ctags run with case folding: ctags -R --sort=foldcase
I still get an error, but only the second one:
E426: tag not found: mch_fopen
If I run than vim compiled today with a tags file from the installed ctags
(5.8) I get the same two errors in my original report. So ctags version is
having some affect.
I haven't looked at the source yet to see what is going wrong. I wonder if
the line ctags header line:
Is causing problems with my tests.
I use vim on a daily basis so I'm very willing to help. Though I don't
know when I'll have a chance to step through the vim code to see if I can
find the problem.
Some further details on exactly what I am running.
I'm running on Mac OS 10.7.5
vim built source pulled down today first few lines of --version
VIM - Vi IMproved 7.3 (2010 Aug 15, compiled Jan 28 2013 08:25:37)
MacOS X (unix) version
Included patches: 1-785
ctags built from source doesn't show 5.9, but development instead. I built
from trunk. lines from --version
Exuberant Ctags Development, Copyright (C) 1996-2009 Darren Hiebert
Compiled: Jan 28 2013, 08:33:37
Optional compiled features: +wildcards, +regex
Maybe that was because of how I ran autoheader, autoconf, and then
just ./configure --prefix=.... I didn't get the 5.9 version
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