Commit bf8dd4e3 authored by Francesco Potortì's avatar Francesco Potortì

etags honours #line directives.

parent db590582
......@@ -214,7 +214,7 @@ C-h c, C-h k, C-h w, and C-h f now handle remapped interactive commands.
that command.
For example, if C-k is bound to kill-line, and kill-line is remapped
to new-kill-line, these commands now report:
to new-kill-line, these commands now report:
- C-h c and C-h k C-k reports:
C-k runs the command new-kill-line
......@@ -366,6 +366,11 @@ additionally by looking for package::sub.
*** New language PHP: tags are functions, classes and defines. If
the --members option is specified to etags, tags are vars also.
*** Honour #line directives. This is useful when dealing with C code
created from Yacc sources, or with any file created from Cweb source
files. When etags tags the generated file, it writes tags pointing to
the source file.
+++
** The command line option --no-windows has been changed to
--no-window-system. The old one still works, but is deprecated.
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......@@ -59,7 +59,9 @@ table (defaults: \fBTAGS\fP for \fBetags\fP, \fBtags\fP for
Files specified with relative file names will be recorded in the tag
table with file names relative to the directory where the tag table
resides. Files specified with absolute file names will be recorded
with absolute file names.
with absolute file names. Files generated from a source file\-\-like a C
file created by a source Yacc file\-\-will be recorded with the name of the
source file.
The programs recognize the language used in an input file based on its
file name and contents. The \fB\-\-language\fP switch can be used to force
parsing of the file names following the switch according to the given
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......@@ -179,8 +179,11 @@ definition of a function by looking up which of the files it is in.
conventional name for a tags table file is @file{TAGS}.
Each entry in the tags table records the name of one tag, the name of the
file that the tag is defined in (implicitly), and the position in that file
of the tag's definition.
file that the tag is defined in (implicitly), and the position in that
file of the tag's definition. When a file parsed by @code{etags} is
created from a different source file, like a C file created by
@code{bison} from a source Yacc file, the tags of the parsed file
reference the source file.
Just what names from the described files are recorded in the tags table
depends on the programming language of the described file. They
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