I've changed the ctags installation procedure to be a bit more
streamlined, and checked it into CVS.
The new configuration is in the various doc files, and there is
a single point for installing all the CTags support. You can do it
like this in your .emacs file:
It isn't in the default, because it will throw an error if there is
something wrong with your installed version of ctags.
Also in the mix, is language support for borne shell scripts,
supplied entirely by ctags. The sh script prototype was an experiment
to make adding support for a simple language like a shell script via
ctags very easy... It's 2 variables, and a 2 line function.
So if you are wishing there was support for some language that
happens to be supported by ctags, perhaps now you can add it.
See cedet/semantic/ctags/semantic-ectag-lang.el for the function
>>> "Eric M. Ludlam" <eric@...> seems to think that:
> Now in CEDET/CVS is an experimental ctags parsing database backend.
>I have only gotten support for C/C++ so far.
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Eric Ludlam: eric@...
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