Cool . Completion works thus , which is great. Just one more question . Is there any way to implement javascript jump . According to me most of the javascript code will be either a JSON or a prototype inheritence. Currently I have ctags installed and jump works on php. Do you know how to add a new language to ctags . I can write some regexp but I just need to know where to start. 

Again thank you for your help. Bless Emacs.!

On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 12:37 AM, David Engster <deng@randomsample.de> wrote:
Eric M. Ludlam writes:
> On 05/29/2012 04:58 AM, Arun wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am not able to see any tags for jquery javascript. Whereas I am able
>> to see the same for plain javascript and php. How do I generate tags for
>> jquery javascript
>
> Hi Arun,
>
> Is the mode for jquery different than that of a javascript file?  If so,
> you probably need to add a like like this to your .emacs file:
>
> (add-hook 'jquery-mode-hook 'semantic-javascript-setup-parser)
>
> though I don't know what the jquery mode or mode-hook might be.
>
> If jquery is not pure javascript, the parser might run into trouble.

jQuery is a framework written in Javascript; there's no special mode for
it.

jQuery is usually included through <script src=...> tags in the head of
the HTML page. Semantic currently does not support that. But even if it
did, it probably wouldn't help much, since Javascript is a very dynamic
language. It does not have classes but only objects, which can be
changed and extended on the fly almost anywhere. This is why frameworks
like jQuery usually use factory methods to generate objects; it makes
parsing through static analysis very hard.

The easy solution is to simply load your current code into a browser and
let Semantic query it for information on currently existing objects.
This is what I've written for Firefox and mozrepl. See

http://www.randomsample.de/dru5/node/147

on how to set this up.

-David