Questions tagged [ctags]

Questions that deal with plugins or code that relies upon Exuberant Ctags for their symbol lookup.

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Can I load different tags per project?

I'm interested in using exuberant-tags (ctags) in vim, but I use Vim for all sorts of projects so I need multiple tag files and I need vim to use the correct tag file on a per project basis. Is there ...
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Vim, lua and ctags

I work a bit on a lua project (not small, but most of the code is not my own), and I'd like to get tags working. Current ctags contains bug, which can be fixed by getting the latest code from svn ...
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Navigation with Tagbar

I'm using Tagbar (with C++) and I would like to understand if and how it is possible to navigate the code as follow: Find all references of a variable or methods (where the variable or method is used/...
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How to set up tags for Ruby, SASS, Slim and Coffescript?

I am developing main in Rails using SASS, Slim and Coffeescript. I have Exuberant Ctags installed and using tpope's setup It kind of works so at least I can move around my ruby code. But I would ...
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How to view javascript tags in vim using tagbar + jsctags + tern_for_vim + ctags_exuberant?

I'm writing javascript code using vim and I really like to have outline view for the current javascript file I'm editing. I find tagbar is the popular plugin for this purpose. And on its wiki, for ...
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Is there a way to hook ctag changes to git branch checkouts and pulls?

When I checkout different branches, I sometimes notice that files in the repo are not available to Vim plugins that search based on the ctags index. I don't have a definitive test that's shown the ...
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Can I jump to a function declaration or definition in a multiple C++ source files project?

Can I jump to a function declaration or definition in a multiple C++ source files project? Lets say I have a header file foo.hpp: int bar(); and a source file foo.cpp: #include "foo.hpp" int bar() ...