New answers tagged

0

That's definitely doable. I use Emacs lisp to append content into TAGS (https://blog.binchen.org/posts/javascript-code-navigation-in-counsel-etags.html) Create a simple hello.c with below content, int hello() { } int bye() { } Use ctags to create TAGS. So run ctags -e hello.c in shell (see https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/BuildTags if you prefer etags. I ...


0

I got the answer. Thanks to Eli Zaretskii<eliz@gnu.org>, Gist: ctags on windows won't work on directories. You are invoking 'ctags' incorrectly: it needs a list of file names to open and scan. You used the wildcard "*" which matches all the files, including the directories, and 'ctags' on Windows cannot open and scan directories, only files. ...


0

I solved this by setting the variable gnutls-algorithm-priority to TLS-1.2. (setq gnutls-algorithm-priority "NORMAL:-VERS-TLS1.2"). It's because on Windows or Windows Subsystem Linux (WSL) the local gnutls-utils may not support TLS1.3.


Top 50 recent answers are included