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Re: eww

From: Francesco Potortì
Subject: Re: eww
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2014 16:23:57 +0100

>    > So I think we should recommend writing (defvar web-alternatives)
>    > after (define-alternatives 'web).
>    That won't help, as etags will specifically ignore a defvar that just
>    declares a variable.
>I forgot.
>What does it need, then?

A regexp file where elisp regexps are defined, or just definition of
command-line regexps on the command line in the Makefile:

-r REGEXP, --regex=REGEXP or address@hidden
        Make a tag for each line matching a regular expression pattern
        in the following files.  {LANGUAGE}REGEXP uses REGEXP for LANGUAGE
        files only.  REGEXFILE is a file containing one REGEXP per line.
        REGEXP takes the form /TAGREGEXP/TAGNAME/MODS, where TAGNAME/ is
        optional.  The TAGREGEXP pattern is anchored (as if preceded by ^).
        If TAGNAME/ is present, the tags created are named.
        For example Tcl named tags can be created with:
          --regex="/proc[ \t]+\([^ \t]+\)/\1/.".
        MODS are optional one-letter modifiers: `i' means to ignore case,
        `m' means to allow multi-line matches, `s' implies `m' and
        causes dot to match any character, including newline.

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