rokrau at yahoo.com
Tue Sep 17 15:47:20 BST 2002
You can do a Project->Generate Project File. Point it to the toplevel
of your source tree and see the magic happen :-)
Then the ctags code will recursively search for code down from the
toplevel of your project. Alternatively, you can generate a ctags file
by hand but then you must restart KDevelop which is inconvenient to say
the least. The tags file is stored in the toplevel directory of your
--- Kevin Bailey <ke-list at retriever.dyndns.org> wrote:
> So I have this HUGE directory tree with source files in nearly every
> directory (~10,000 files). I'd like kdevelop to be able to be to do
> ctag-like searching (and completion if possible) on all those files.
> Clearly adding each directory one at a time would work but that would
> take all day.
> Is there a way to add all the files in all subdirectories all at once
> to a project ? I'm not averse to using 'find' and such.
> Alternatively, since ctags has a '-R' option, is there a way to get
> a project to use a manually created tags file ?
> BTW, where is the tags file for a project stored ?
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