116200Re: need help with tags - SOLVED (sort of)
- Aug 2, 2010My tags file is called "tags", because I copied the output of ctags.
I have no idea why "set ai" would cause this feature to start working, but
On 8/2/10, Charles Campbell <Charles.E.Campbell@...> wrote:
> wfdudley wrote:
>> I didn't even know emacs HAD tags support.
>> I just copied the format of a file output by ctags for my ptags output.
>> What's the difference in formats?
> I admit that I haven't bothered to determine what emac's TAGS format is;
> I note that it has some control characters in it (see man etags). One
> obvious difference is that ctags produces <tags> files and etags
> produces <TAGS> files. You can determine if your vim has emacs-tags
> support by:
> :version (and looking for +emacs_tags in the output)
> or by typing
> :echo has("emacs_tags")
> So, are your tags files <tags> or <TAGS>? Still, I have +emacs_tags
> support with the vim I've compiled, but regular tags work for both
> <tags> and <TAGS>, so I'm not sure that this is the kernel of your problem.
> Chip Campbell
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