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RE: Extending etags.el + exuberant ctags for duplicate tagdefinitions

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: Extending etags.el + exuberant ctags for duplicate tagdefinitions
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2008 14:30:06 -0800

> From: Scott Frazer Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 12:39 PM
> Nordlöw wrote:
> > I am looking for a way to extend the behaviour of find-tag 
> > and similar functions (in etags.el) together with exuberant
> > ctags (either using format 1 ("tags") or 2 ("TAGS")) to propose
> > the following completions for a tag say TAG that have multiple
> > definitions say in the files fa.c and fb.c in the following way:
> > 
> > Completions for TAG:
> > address@hidden,
> > address@hidden
> > or
> > address@hidden()@fa.c,
> > address@hidden()@fa.c
> > 
> > Is this possible using the file formats 1 or 2 that Exuberant Ctags
> > can produce?
> It won't do tag-completion, but for browsing through tags 
> with multiple definitions, try:

Sorry for the late posting, but maybe this will still help. 

You can browse all tags (including duplicates) of all tags tables, complete
against them, and visit their source definitions, using Icicles
multi-command `icicle-search-tag'. Your minibuffer input filters the source
files to search, as well as the set of matching tags. Matching can use

`icicle-search-tag' thus combines the functionality of standard commands
‘find-tag’ (`M-.’) to find a tag, ‘tags-loop-continue’ (`M-,’) to find
another matching tag, ‘tags-apropos’ to list all tags that match a regexp,
and ‘list-tags’ to show all tags (definitions) in a given source file.


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