I'm looking to write foos,bars,bazs by using a custom language in ctags. It works fine, I
can jump to the tag but I'm only allowed to have one unique tag name. I would
like to be able to jump through all the tags in different files with a tag named
todo1. Ctags is not generating more than one of the same tag name. If I fix this then the next question would be how to jump in vim to the same tag names? I presume
:tn probably would not work because I've tried having the same tag names in asciidoc in the past.
[todo1] This is something important in some/file/path/foo.txt
[todo1] This is something important in another/path/bar.txt
[foo] Some other foo.
My ctags config file is
--langdef=text --langmap=text:.txt --regex-text=/^\[([A-Za-z0-9]+)\]/\1/s,section/
In vim I do.
:! ctags -f ~/text/.tags -R ~/text/ :setlocal tags=~/text/.tags
Universal Ctags 5.9.0(b49410f), Copyright (C) 2015 Universal Ctags Team Universal Ctags is derived from Exuberant Ctags. Exuberant Ctags 5.8, Copyright (C) 1996-2009 Darren Hiebert Compiled: Dec 16 2020, 11:27:14 URL: https://ctags.io/ Optional compiled features: +wildcards, +regex, +iconv, +option-directory, +xpath, +packcc