So, does this mean that GNU etags can do it? If that's the case, can you tell me the GNU etags package for Ubuntu? To me both ctags and etags point to the same executable. I'm wondering whether there's a separate package for etags.

Thanks
Jeenu

On Sun, Aug 3, 2008 at 9:57 PM, Elliott Hughes <enh@jessies.org> wrote:
i don't think ctags can handle this kind of thing with -I. see bug 1936207
"More features for -I":

http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detail&aid=1936207&group_id=6556&atid=356556

 --elliott

On Sun, August 3, 2008 07:01, Jeenu V wrote:
> Hi,
>
>
> In MINIX source code, C function prototypes, say for malloc, are declared
> in this manner:
>
> _PROTOTYPE( void *malloc, (size_t _size) );
>
>
> where _PROTOTYPE is defined as:
>
> #define _PROTOTYPE(function, params) function params
>
>
> But after I built tags for the source, there are no tags generated for
> the identifier malloc (I'm using VIM with ctags). Could some one please
> tell me how can I use the -I switch so that ctags could locate function
> declaration like these? Or is there any other way to work this around?
>
> --
> Thanks
> Jeenu

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Thanks
Jeenu