Tag Manager is a library and a set of utility programs to help IDE developers implement features such as code completion, calltips, source browsing, etc. It is based on ctags but overcomes a few of its limitations, such as availability as a clean set of library function calls, ability to show argument list for functions and macros, etc.
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Release Notes: This release introduces support for many new languages (basically all languages supported by ctags). There are also numerous other enhancements, bugfixes, and documentation updates.
Release Notes: This release features a new symbol browser and file browser, new sample programs, a Doxygen generated detailed documentation, performance enhancements, general bugfixes, an API clean up, and much more.
Release Notes: Comprehensive API documentation was added using doxygen. You can now use your own custom sorting function for sorting and dumping tags. The timestamp issue with version 0.2 which lead to infinite recursion during make was fixed. The API has been essentially finalized.
Release Notes: TagManager now uses autoconf/automake properly and should build for most unices. Identification of non-native variable types and ability to associate typedefs to the corresponding structs added. The library is now built seperately from the executable. The utility executable has been enhanced to show off more features of the library.