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ctags-3.2-1 RPM for i386

From Red Hat Linux 6.0 for i386

Name: ctags Distribution: BlueSky
Version: 3.2 Vendor: Red Hat Software
Release: 1 Build date: Sun Mar 21 21:38:16 1999
Group: Development/Tools Build host:
Size: 150281 Source RPM: ctags-3.2-1.src.rpm
Packager: Red Hat Software <>
Summary: A C programming language indexing and/or cross-reference tool.
Ctags generates an index (or tag) file of C language objects found in
C source and header files.  The index makes it easy for text editors or
other utilities to locate the indexed items.  Ctags can also generate a
cross reference file which lists information about the various objects
found in a set of C language files in human readable form.  Exuberant
Ctags improves on ctags because it can find all types of C language tags,
including macro definitions, enumerated values (values inside enum{...}),
function and method definitions, enum/struct/union tags, external
function prototypes, typedef names and variable declarations.  Exuberant
Ctags is far less likely to be fooled by code containing #if preprocessor
conditional constructs than ctags.  Exuberant ctags supports output of
emacs style TAGS files and can be used to print out a list of selected
objects found in source files.

Install ctags if you are going to use your system for C programming.






* Sun Mar 21 1999 Cristian Gafton <> 
  - auto rebuild in the new build environment (release 4)
  - version 3.2
* Wed Feb 24 1999 Preston Brown <>
  - Injected new description and group.
* Sat Apr 25 1998 Prospector System <>
  - translations modified for de, fr, tr
* Fri Apr 10 1998 Cristian Gafton <>
  - upgraded to 2.0.3
* Mon Nov 03 1997 Michael K. Johnson <>
  - removed etags.  Emacs provides its own; and needs to support
    more than just C.
* Fri Oct 24 1997 Donnie Barnes <>
  - updated from 1.5 to 1.6
* Fri Jul 11 1997 Erik Troan <>
  - built against glibc



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