A TAGS file generator that builds both vim and emacs style tags files. Vim tags are based on ctags.sourceforge.net/FORMAT). rdoc-tags is compatible with Exuberant Ctags for merging tag definitions.
rdoc-tags includes a Hoe plugin
:rdoc_tags making it easy to add tag support to your ruby
project. If you don't use Hoe you can instead
use RDoc::TagsTask to add rake tasks for
building TAGS to your ruby project.
Better ruby support than Exuberant Ctags
Generates vim-format tags
Generates emacs-format tags
Slower than Exuberant Ctags on the first run
Vim-style tags from the command line:
rdoc -f tags lib
Emacs-style tags from the command line:
rdoc -f tags --tag-style=emacs lib
For hoe projects you can add the tags plugin to all your projects by adding the following to ~/.hoerc:
plugins: - rdoc_tags
There is also a rake task you can add to your Rakefile:
require 'rdoc/tags_task' RDoc::TagsTask.new do |t| t.tag_style = 'vim' # default end
rake tags to generate a TAGS file.
gem install rdoc-tags
(The MIT License)
Copyright © Eric Hodel
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