ctags - Generate a C tags file
me "@ctags" [-v%tag-option=<flags>] [files]
The start-up file ctags.emf may be invoked from the command line to generate a tags file for C and C++ source and header files.
Given a list of files a tags file tags is generated in the current directory, which may be used by the find-tag(2) command. This is a good alternative on Microsoft platforms where a utility such as ctags(1) is not typically available. If no files are specified the default file list is "./", i.e. process the current directory. If a directory name is given (such as the default "./") all C and C++ source and header files within the directory will be processed.
The value of variable %tag-option is used to control the tag generation process, its value <flags> can contain any number of the following flags:
The generated tags file includes #define and C++ class names.
This function is invoked from menu
Tools -> C Tools -> Create Tags File
when the user requests a tags file to be generated.
The user setup file "myctags.emf" is executed by ctags during start-up, this file can be used to over-ride any of the ctags configuration variables (see below).
The following variables are set within "ctags.emf" and are used to control the process:-
These variables can be changed using the -v command-line option or via the "myctags.emf" file
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Last Modified: 2002/01/11
Generated On: 2006/10/07