[Geany-devel] R Tags
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Tue Nov 9 05:59:19 UTC 2010
On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 1:57 AM, Lex Trotman <elextr at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 9 November 2010 06:59, Jonathan Daily <biomathjdaily at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have tried various [options] iterations of "geany -g [options]" as well as
>> trying the import tags command from inside geany on outputs from R's
>> "rtags()" function, and I just cannot seem to get tags for R.
> Step 1, if you open an R file do you get symbols in the sidebar?
Yes it does. Here on 0.20 (svn >= r5271).
> This tests that Geany's R tag parser is in fact working. But I'm not
> sure how much information it gathers, it looks pretty simple.
> Step 2. to get tags for files that you don't want to have open all
> the time (eg libraries) you use geany -g tagfile rfile
> The tagfile has to be named correctly as per the documentation and
> located in one of the places described in the documentation then Geany
> has to be restarted and it should load the tags.
> If you want to use a different source of tags such as rtags you will
> have to ensure that the format conforms to that described in the Geany
> documentation or convert it yourself.
The rtags() function 'parses R code files (using R's parser) and
produces tags in Emacs' etags format'. Are you aware of examples or
scripts to convert 'etags' tags to 'geany' tags?
>> This is likely because I don't understand how tags are parsed nor do I
>> understand how geany parses tags compared to other IDEs.
>> Has anyone gotten this to work? If so, could you spell it out for a tagging
>> Thanks in advance,
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