Re: Forking exuberant ctags
- --On Thu, Apr 11, 2013 at 4:35 PM, Geoff Liu (刘沧溟) <cangming.liu@...> wrote:
2013/4/11 David Fishburn <dfishburn.vim@...>:Ah, I didn't think to check the trunk, silly me. I'll play with it.>
> On Thu, Apr 11, 2013 at 1:12 PM, Geoff Liu (刘沧溟) <cangming.liu@...>
>> Hi fellow vimmers,
>> I've been using vim for years, but somehow never really got into using
>> tags. Recently I decided to finally set that up. I noticed that
>> exuberant ctags hasn't had an update since 2009. Has that project been
>> abandoned? Or is there a better alternative that I haven't found in my
>> Google searches?
>> It's such a good tool, but it's missing some of the more recent
>> languages (namely, scala and go), and it would be awesome if it
>> supported LaTeX files (generate TOC). I know it is possible to add new
>> language support using .ctags file, but it pains me to think everyone
>> is duplicating the same work, and none of that is pushed up stream.
> As you noticed a release has not been put out for some time.
> Trunk is updated though, if you build you own there is quite a bit of
> additional languages and support in that version.
> I added tex support to Exuberant Tags.
OOC, why hasn't there been any releases? Seems to have a lot of good
stuff in there.Only Darren (the creator) can release a new version.He has had some challenges over the last few years ...
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