excellent. well done everyone!
On 2007-09-04, at 22:03, Darren Hiebert wrote:
> Ctags-5.7 has been released.
> I know that it has been an eternity since the last ctags release.
> Ctags has now moved to having multiple developers and I have moved
> to using a Mac. These have required a number of changes in how
> ctags is managed. When combined with my stressful and challenging
> family situation this has long delayed what I had intended to get
> out long ago. Hopefully, most hurdles have now been overcome and
> future releases should be much easier to manage.
> This release has lots of bug fixes and a few new features.
> The changes notes are as follows:
> ctags-5.7 (04 Sep 2007)
> * Added support for DIM AS [Freebasic, Bug #1741778].
> * Added support for arbitrary nesting depth [Python, Bug #1684786,
> Debian bug #409078].
> * Added support for verbatim string literals [C#, Bug #1515910].
> * Added support for .ctags as well as ctags.cnf on Windows [Bug
> * Added support for non-extern, non-static functions returning
> wchar_t, contributed by Aaron Peromsik [C++, Patch #1458930].
> * Added support for numerous revision control systems including
> Bazaar and Mercurial [Bug #1472894].
> * Added support for enums [Java, Bug #1730485, Bug #1517143, Patch
> #1027395, Patch #1528507].
> * Added support for multiple-level namespace declarations [C#].
> * Added .svn to list of directories ignored during recursion (--
> * Added support for BlitzBasic, PureBasic and FreeBasic [FR #1100506].
> * Added support for interfaces and static/public/protected/private
> functions [PHP].
> * Added support for 'package' keyword [Perl].
> * Added support for multi-line subroutine, package, and constant
> definitions [Perl].
> * Added support for optional subroutine declarations [Perl].
> * Added support for formats [Perl].
> * Added support for new convert keyword [Eiffel].
> * Added optional tags for forward variable declarations (e.g.
> 'struct C;') [C, C++].
> * Changed parsing of option input file (-L) to strip trailing white
> * Ignore comments mixed into definitions and declarations [Perl].
> * Fixed detecting labels with whitespace after label name [Perl,
> Bug #1752361]
> * Fixed parsing of generic classes/interfaces [Java, Bug #1447756].
> * Fixed misidentification of fully qualified function calls as
> labels [Perl].
> * Fixed parsing of inner classes [Python, Bug #1411963].
> * Fixed line continuation [Python, Bug #928001, Patch #819471].
> * Fixed parsing of annotations [Java, Bug #1691412].
> * Fixed block-comment parsing [Verilog, Patch #1458042, Bugs
> #960316, #1111214, #1606569, #1615060].
> * Fixed typo in man page [Debian bug #366412].
> * Fixed missing chunk of text in man page and over-use of hyphens
> in UTF-8 locales [Debian bug #271323].
> * Fixed parsing of ` as a method name [Ruby].
> * Fixed parsing of keywords in string literals [Ruby, Bug #1742588].
> * Fixed potential segmentation violation [Bug #1672834, Bug #1222926].
> * Fixed parsing of destructors with whitespace after the '~' [C++,
> Bug #1585745].
> * Fixed default access of unions to be public [C++, Bug #1548443].
> * Fixed various memory leaks, mostly contributed by Dmitry Antipov.
> * Fixed parsing of `define [Verilog, Bug #961001].
> * Fixed crashes involving '/' [Verilog, Bug #1743330].
> * Fixed compilation problem on MinGW [Bug #1517424].
> * Fixed generation of HTML-formatted man page [Bug #1645864].
> * Fixed recognition of Python scripts having '#!/usr/bin/python' as
> first line [Bug #1764148].
> * Fixed parsing of Fortran comment-to-end-of-line with no newline
> before EOF [Debian bug #432872].
> * Fixed parsing of << [C/C++, Bugs #1020715, #1093123, #1770479,
> * Fixed parsing of fully-qualified type names [Java, Bug #814263].
> * Fixed handling of lone carriage-return characters in file [Bug
> Darren Hiebert
> Darren Hiebert
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