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tbielawa/do_tags

Created Mar 1, 2011
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What would you like to do?
a way to generate etags of all installed python libraries!!!
#!/bin/bash
# Originally written at: http://code.google.com/p/python-etags/
# You may need to augment your PYTHONPATH before this works.
#
# For example, for my locally checked out libraries:
# $ PYTHONPATH=/home/tbielawa/rhat/nushus/src/nushus_client
# $ PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/home/tbielawa/rhat/nushus/src/nushus
# $ export PYTHONPATH
# $ do_tags
#
# I put this in my .emacs.d/tags/ folder.
# It still needs work. Because it gens tags for ALL libraries
# BUT -- It doesn't combine it into one singular searchable tags file :(
#
# Oh well, it's a start!!!
#
# Use completion with:
# M-.
# Or: M-x <RET> complete-symbol
# Or: M-x <RET> complete-tag
#
# Please help me finish this!!
#
# One last note, You may need to change the etags.emacs call to something on your system
# Same goes for the md5sum command's output hacking (I had to AWK it)
#
# Enjoy!
cd `dirname $0`
TAGSDIR=`pwd`
rm -f $TAGSDIR/*.tags
for ENTRY in `python -c 'import sys; print " ".join(sys.path)'` ; do
if [ -d $ENTRY ] ; then
cd $ENTRY
TAGFILE=$TAGSDIR/`pwd | md5sum | awk '{print $1}'`.tags
if [ -f $TAGFILE ] ; then
echo "Skipping duplicate $ENTRY (aka `pwd`)"
else
echo "$ENTRY --> $TAGFILE"
find $ENTRY -type f | etags.emacs --output $TAGFILE -
fi
fi
done
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