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Re: etags comma on emacs DEFUNs

From: Francesco Potorti`
Subject: Re: etags comma on emacs DEFUNs
Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2006 10:23:08 +0100

>It looks like etags puts a comma on the end of the lisp name of an
>emacs DEFUN.  Eg. the foo.c below which is a copy of car-safe from
>       etags foo.c
>creates a TAGS file with (expanding ^? and ^A for the sake of mail),
>       foo.c,44
>       DEFUN ("car-safe", Fcar_safe,^?car-safe,^A1,0

>where I didn't expect to see a "," on the end.  Seems harmless most of
>the time because you can type car-safe and M-. will jump to a partial
>match, but it's not intended is it?

No.  I just checked old versions, and it's a long-standing bug.  I'll
try to come up with a solution soon.

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