[Geany-Users] Geany custom tags problems!
thule.arch at xxxxx
Tue Aug 23 21:07:54 UTC 2016
Amazing. Thanks for such a quick response. I put tag_parser=COBOL and
restarted Geany. Now it works. Now I need to go and expand the tag file
with all the words I wanted :-)
I haven't seen a simpleton tutorial anywhere where this is detailed as a
step by step. May be I will write one and post it somewhere.
Thanks again for rapid response and help.
On Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 3:54 PM, Colomban Wendling <
lists.ban at herbesfolles.org> wrote:
> Le 23/08/2016 à 22:33, Rue Sixteen a écrit :
> > […]
> > As can be seen filetype txt is accepted, txt.txt.tags is loaded. However
> > it seems to be loaded for file type (txt) where as my text files come up
> > as txt (UTF-8).
> That's alright, the filetype is still "txt", the part "(UTF-8)" is the
> character encoding used to load the file.
> > Needless to say my tags from autocompletion don't show
> > up. However when I tried to set the file type to php manually and saved
> > the tag file as php.php.tags it worked. The same with setting manual
> > type of "txt" and loading txt.txt.tags does not work!
> Interesting. You're hitting a subtle limitation that we should probably
> handle better: we cannot use tags if they are not associated with a tag
> parser (which is different from a filetype).
> To work around this, you can set the `tag_parser` key in the
> `[settings]` section of your custom filetype to the name of another
> filetype that already has a tag parser. This way, your tags will have a
> proper "language" set on them and will be usable. I suggest to use a
> tag parser that you don't otherwise use and doesn't have other tags yet,
> so you won't get unexpected completions. I can suggest Ferite, Tcl,
> COBOL, etc. -- anything you don't use and that have a tag parser.
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