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Linux 2.6 - man page for tags (linux section 3erl)

TAGS(3erl)			     ERLANG MODULE DEFINITION			       TAGS(3erl)

MODULE
       tags - Generate Emacs TAGS file from Erlang source files.

DESCRIPTION
       A  TAGS file is used by Emacs to find function and variable definitions in any source file
       in a big project.  This module can generate a TAGS file	from  Erlang  source  files.   It
       recognises functions, records, and defines.

EXPORTS
       root([Options])
	       Create a TAGS file covering all files in the Erlang distribution.

       file(File [, Options])
	       Create a TAGS file for the file `File'.

       files(FileList [, Options])
	       Create a TAGS file for the files in the list `FileList'.

       dir(Dir [, Options])
	       Create a TAGS file for all files in directory `Dir'.

       dirs(DirList [, Options])
	       Create a TAGS file for all files in any directory in `DirList'.

       subdir(Dir [, Options])
	       Descend	recursively  down the directory `Dir' and create a TAGS file based on all
	       files found.

       subdirs(DirList [, Options])
	       Descend recursively down all the directories in `DirList' and create a  TAGS  file
	       based on all files found.

OPTIONS
       The  functions  above  have an optional argument, Options.  It is a list which can contain
       the following elements:

       {outfile, NameOfTAGSFile}
	       Create a TAGS file named `NameOfTAGSFile'.

       {outdir, NameOfDirectory}
	       Create a file named TAGS in the directory `NameOfDirectory'.

       The default behaviour is to create a file named "TAGS" in the current directory.

SEE ALSO
       GNU Emacs Manual, chapter "Editing Programs", section "Tag Tables".

       Erlang mode V2.0 for Emacs.

AUTHOR
       Anders Lindgren

Ericsson Software Technology		    1996-05-30				       TAGS(3erl)


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