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Re: How to use etags-select


From: Rafal Kurcz
Subject: Re: How to use etags-select
Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 01:17:07 -0700
User-agent: G2/1.0

On 23 Lip, 15:23, Scott Frazer <address@hidden> wrote:
> Rafal Kurcz wrote:
> > Hello
> > I load TAGS table with "visit-tags-table"
> > Then place the cursor on a function name "Action()" in a C code and
> > execute:
> > etags-select-find-tag-at-point
>
> > I receive the following information at the bottom of the screen:
> > No exact match for tag "Action"
>
> > Of course there are many functions with "Action()" name in my source
> > code.
> > I expect etags-select to show the list where I can choose the proper
> > function definition to jump to.
> > Is it right ?
>
> > How to display such a list of function definitions to jump to, based
> > on the tag the cursor is currently placed on ?
>
> > Thank You for help
>
> It sounds like your TAGS file wasn't generated properly.  What command
> did you use to create TAGS?
>
> Scott

Hello
I used the following to generate the TAGS:
find . -name "*.[ch]*" -print | etags - --language=c++ --members --
declarations

The contents of the TAGS file is as follows:

class.cpp,101
class CarCar3,21
    void speed Car::speed6,43
    void speed Car::speed7,83
void main(10,115

The source code is as follows:

class Car
{
  public:
    void speed (int a) { a=1; return; }
    void speed () {return;}
};

void main()
{
  Car car;
  car.speed(10);
  car.speed();
}




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