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 Using tags to browse through source code

How to use tags to find things in your source easier.

"Emacs and Vim support different formats of tags tables. Emacs users use the etags utility (part of Emacs package), which creates a file called TAGS. Vim users use the Exuberant Ctags utility (in modern distributions it is usually preinstalled with Vim), which creates the tags file. Both files are created in the current working directory. "
Linux.com | Using tags to browse through source code

 (Submitted by Noel Thu Feb 1, 2007 )

  


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