Questions tagged [etags]

A program that creates `TAGS` files for locating definitions (primarily of functions and variables).

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Can you generate a tags table for CMD scripting?

I am working on an elaborate script for Windows using CMD.EXE scripting. It walks a tree of files and folders and uses our specialized file transfer program to send the tree to a remote location. ...
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How to hook a TAG file with Emacs (Git-bash / windows)

I've successfully created a Tag file and could wade through the code using keys like M-,, but every time I need to choose the tag file for searching, so, I am looking for a way to hook the tag file I ...
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how to go to the first definition with xref-find-definitions, do not show all options?

When I press gd to go to the definition of a class in C++, Emacs splits the screen and shows me two definition options that I need to click on with one of them. I'm used to coc.nvim where I would just ...
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ETAGS with dependencies

I'm trying to use emacs for C development. From here, I understand that in order to see the definitions of functions, I need to use something called etags. My code is: #include <stdlib.h> #...
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How to use xref-find-references on Elisp files without “No references found for” errors

I am using GNU Emacs 26.3 on Ubuntu 19.10. I have a directory full of Emacs Lisp files with the .el file extension. All of them are loaded into the currently running Emacs. I can open up one of ...
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Make 'ctags' detect fortran's “module procedure” pattern?

I am using ctags to index fortran files for code navigation in Emacs with M-.. In doing so I have noticed that it doesn't recognize declarations of the form MODULE PROCEDURE MySubroutineName ! or ...
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Improving Etags support for fortran?

When using xref with Fortran I noticed that indexing by etags is highly incomplete; Almost exclusively subroutines (and maybe functions) are index, but modules, types, constants and global variables ...