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I'm using CTags and the vim-easytags plugin.

I have a Python project and a C project.

In the root of the Python project, I did

ctags -R .

And all was good. I could jump back and forth with tags in the Python project.

However, there's some keywords that exist in my other project (for instance, the variable mode exists in both). If i C-] those tags, it opens a source file from the C project and finds that tag, erroneously.

Why is CTags getting the idea to include that project in it's searches and how do I tell ctags to only pay attention to python files for python projects and C source/header files for C projects?

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  • I'm not sure what your directory structure looks like, but if you do ctags -R in a parent directory of both the C project and the Python project, both will get added. I would also try giving it an absolute path to make sure you know what you're passing it.
    – Tumbler41
    Commented Dec 15, 2016 at 17:41
  • They're in totally different directories Commented Dec 15, 2016 at 18:26
  • One is in /media/share/python-prog and the other is in /home/user/FW Commented Dec 15, 2016 at 18:27
  • Do you have a different tags file for each project? If you :chdir <project root>, then you will use the tags file located at <project root>/tags. You can give us some more information about where the tags files are located? Commented Dec 16, 2016 at 6:43
  • There are two tags files. One for each project. The tags files are located in the project root directory. I launch vim from the root directory and am using NerdTREE to move around. Commented Dec 16, 2016 at 22:43

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