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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: ctags-5.8-1


License : GNU GPL

Ctags generates an index (or tag) file of language objects found in source files that allows these items to be quickly and easily located by a text editor or other utility. A tag signifies a language object for which an index entry is available (or, alternatively, the index entry created for that object).

Tag generation is supported for the following languages:

    Ant, ASP, Assembler, Awk, BASIC, BETA, Bourne shell script, C, C#,
    C++, COBOL, DOS Batch, Eiffel, Erlang, Flex, Fortran, HTML, Java,
    JavaScript, Korn shell script, Lisp, Lua, Make, MATLAB, OCaml,
    Pascal, Perl, PHP, PL/SQL, Python, REXX, Ruby, Scheme, S-Lang,
    Standard ML, Tcl, TeX, Vera, Verilog, VHDL, Vim, YACC, zsh script

CHANGES SINCE LAST RELEASE ==========================

    * Removed ".ml" as a Lisp extension (now OCaml) [Lisp].
    * Added support for Ant language, contributed by David Fishburn.
    * Added support for DOS Batch language, contributed by David
    * Added support for Flex (Adobe) language, contributed by David
    * Added support for MATLAB language, contributed by David Fishburn.
    * Added support for Objective Camel (OCaml), provided by Vincent
      Berthoux [Patch #2738723].
    * Added support for TeX language, contributed by David Fishburn.
    * Added support for VHDL language, contributed by Nicolas Vincent
      [Bug #1943306].
    * Added support for Pyrex/Cython declarations [Python].
    * Added support for "v" kind, for variables [Python].
    * Added support for class and member variables [PHP, Bug #1037086].
    * Added support for recent enhancements to Eiffel language [Eiffel].
    * Added support for ASP classes, contributed by Zendhi Nagao;
      changes meaning of 'c' kind flag [ASP].
    * Added regex support when compiling with MinGW. Gnu regex module
      now included in all distributions.
    * Fixed detection of triple strings inside other strings
      [Python, Bug #1988130].
    * Fixed an endless loop with comments in triple strings
      [Python, Bug #1988027].
    * Fixed bug where functions were sometimes seen as methods
      [Python, Bug #1988026].
    * Fixed parsing of method parameter annotations, fix contributed by
      Paolo "blaisorblade" Giarrusso [Java, Bug #2049723, #2117073].
    * Fixed parsing of global scope qualifiers in base class lists
      [C++, Bug #1799343].
    * Fixed bug where namespace members were given kinds corresponding
       to globals [C++, Bug #1924919, #1575055].
    * Fixed parsing of "else" [C#, Bug #1830344].
    * Fixed parsing of derived enums [C#, Bug #1515910].
    * Fixed parsing of "foreach" [C#, Bug #1830343].
    * Fixed parsing of simple generic classes [C#, Bug #1515910].
    * Fixed bug with detecting identifiers inside variables
      [Python, Bug #1809024].
    * Fixed bug with detecting identifiers at the start of variables
      [Python, Bug #1856363].
    * Fixed parsing of triple single-quoted multi-line strings
      [Python, Bug #1906062].
    * Changed to newer version of autoconf, changing to

INSTALL OR UPGRADE NOTES ========================

Standard install.

CYGWIN INSTALLATION INFORMATION ===============================

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<> web page. This downloads setup.exe to your
system. Then, run setup and answer all of the questions. You'll find
the package listed in the "All" category. After installation, read the
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