Commit 049b41a4 authored by Francesco Potortì's avatar Francesco Potortì
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(Tag Syntax): Now --members is the default for etags, not for ctags

yet.
parent 933ccc8c
2007-02-05 Francesco Potort,Al(B <pot@gnu.org>
* maintaining.texi (Tag Syntax): Now --members is the default for
etags, not for ctags yet.
2007-02-04 David Kastrup <dak@gnu.org>
* faq.texi (AUCTeX): Update version number. Should probably be done
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......@@ -183,22 +183,22 @@ convenient. Each name recorded is called a @dfn{tag}.
In C code, any C function or typedef is a tag, and so are definitions of
@code{struct}, @code{union} and @code{enum}.
@code{#define} macro definitions, @code{#undef} and @code{enum}
constants are also
constants are also
tags, unless you specify @samp{--no-defines} when making the tags table.
Similarly, global variables are tags, unless you specify
@samp{--no-globals}. Use of @samp{--no-globals} and @samp{--no-defines}
can make the tags table file much smaller.
@samp{--no-globals}, and so are struct members, unless you specify
@samp{--no-members}. Use of @samp{--no-globals}, @samp{--no-defines}
and @samp{--no-members} can make the tags table file much smaller.
You can tag function declarations and external variables in addition
to function definitions by giving the @samp{--declarations} option to
@code{etags}. You can tag struct members with the @samp{--members}
option.
@code{etags}.
@item
In C++ code, in addition to all the tag constructs of C code, member
functions are also recognized, and optionally member variables if you
use the @samp{--members} option. Tags for variables and functions in
classes are named @samp{@var{class}::@var{variable}} and
functions are also recognized; member variables are also recognized,
unless you use the @samp{--no-members} option. Tags for variables and
functions in classes are named @samp{@var{class}::@var{variable}} and
@samp{@var{class}::@var{function}}. @code{operator} definitions have
tag names like @samp{operator+}.
......@@ -329,8 +329,8 @@ name for subroutines defined in the default package is
@samp{main::@var{sub}}.
@item
In PHP code, tags are functions, classes and defines. When using the
@samp{--members} option, vars are tags too.
In PHP code, tags are functions, classes and defines. Vars are tags
too, unless you use the @samp{--no-members} option.
@item
In PostScript code, the tags are the functions.
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