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GTags

by koko1000ban ST2

GNU GLOBAL(gtags) support for Sublime Text 2/3

Details

  • 2014.09.30.01.30.07
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  • Total 1K
  • Win 657
  • OS X 305
  • Linux 288
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Readme

Source
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SublimeGtags

This is a plugin for the Sublime Text 2/3 text editor that support GNU GLOBAL (gtags)

Installation

Clone this repo directly into your Packages directory.

Set Up

To set-up C/C++ Source Navigation:

  1. Install CTAGS

  2. Get GNU GLOBAL

  3. In terminal cd to downloaded directory, and run command “./configure –with-exuberant-ctags” (This will use the Ctags as a parser for parsing files)

  4. Type “make”.

  5. Type “make install”.

  6. Now run “gtags -v” in your project folder to create tag files.

Settings

You can point other locations for the GPATH, GRPATH etc files via the preferences. Main menu -> Preferences -> Package Settings -> SublimeGtags -> Settings - Users

There's a GTags.sublime-settings:

{
    // show relative paths in keyword jump selection panel
    "show_relative_paths": true,

    // a list of other locations to look up (GTAGSLIBPATH)
    "extra_tag_paths" : ["/usr/local/src/llvm-trunk/tools/clang"]
}

Compatibility

  • OS X (good)
  • Linux (fair)
  • Windows (fair)

Support

If you find something wrong with the plugin, the documentation, or wish to request a feature, let me know on the project’s issue page.

Thanks :)

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