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tags: Generate Emacs TAGS file from Erlang source files

NAME

tags - Generate Emacs tags file from Erlang source files

DESCRIPTION

A TAGS file is used by Emacs to find function and variable definitions in any source file in large projects. This module can generate a TAGS file from Erlang source files. It recognises functions, records, and macro definitions.

EXPORTS

file(File [, Options]) Create a TAGS file for the file File. files(FileList [, Options]) Create a TAGS file for the files in the list FileList. dir(Dir [, Options]) Create a TAGS file for all files in directory Dir. dirs(DirList [, Options]) Create a TAGS file for all files in any directory in DirList. subdir(Dir [, Options]) Descend recursively down the directory Dir and create a TAGS file based on all files found. subdirs(DirList [, Options]) Descend recursively down all the directories in DirList and create a TAGS file based on all files found. root([Options]) Create a TAGS file covering all files in the Erlang distribution.

OPTIONS

The functions above have an optional argument, Options. It is a list which can contain the following elements: * {outfile, NameOfTAGSFile} Create a TAGS file named NameOfTAGSFile. * {outdir, NameOfDirectory} Create a file named TAGS in the directory NameOfDirectory. The default behaviour is to create a file named TAGS in the current directory.
EXAMPLES
* tags:root([{outfile, "root.TAGS"}]). .br .br .br This command will create a file named root.TAGS in the current directory. The file will contain references to all Erlang source files in the Erlang distribution. .br .br * tags:files(["foo.erl", "bar.erl", "baz.erl"], [{outdir, "../projectdir"}]). .br .br .br Here we create file named TAGS placed it in the directory ../projectdir. The file contains information about the functions, records, and macro definitions of the three files. .br .br
SEE ALSO
* Richard M. Stallman. GNU Emacs Manual, chapter "Editing Programs", section "Tag Tables". Free Software Foundation, 1995. * Anders Lindgren. The Erlang editing mode for Emacs. Ericsson, 1998. TAGS(3)
 
 
 

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