I will look into pulling into the “official” distribution the parsers these forks are including.


On Dec 12, 2011, at 1:21 PM, Maxim Razin wrote:

There are several forks of ctags on the github, for example, https://github.com/fishman/ctags and https://github.com/lyosha/ctags-go 

Are there any plans to acquire those changes to trunk?

On Dec 10, 2011 2:05 PM, "Darren Hiebert" <Darren@darrenhiebert.com> wrote:

Yes, it is still alive, though at a low-level of activity because of life circumstances. I put out releases periodically when enough changes have occurred. I expect to do another one before too long. Feel free to communicate with me directly if you would like to become a maintainer for the parser.


On Dec 10, 2011, at 1:43 PM, Maxim Razin wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> Is there any active development in this project? I am planning to add a new language support to ctags, but if new releases from the original author are not expected, probably it would be better to revive the project by forking or to contribute to a more active project.
> Any ideas/comments/objections?
> Maxim

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