[TxMt] TmCodeBrowser for Actionscript?

Gerd Knops gerti at bitart.com
Fri Nov 4 00:10:37 UTC 2005

On Thu, Nov 3, at 4:22 PM, Benjamin Jackson wrote:

> Hi there,
> I have actionscript installed for ctags from my jEdit days:
> http://tinyurl.com/7tshw
> http://www.appliedrhetoric.com/actionscript.c
> However the browser isn't coming up with anything. The only thing I  
> can think of that might be off would be the case of the name:
> (20:14:05 <~>) 0 $ ctags --list-languages
> ActionScript
> Asm
> Asp
> In the Language menu it's "Actionscript" without the camel case for  
> "Script". Just wanted to throw this out before recompiling ctags to  
> make sure that there are no other possible issues.

TmCodeBrowser pretty much ignores the language names (with the  
exception of Objective-C).

TmCodeBrowser brings it's own exuberant ctags though, not including  
the actionscript hack.

But looking at actionscript.c, I think you can do the same by simply  
adding these lines to ~/.ctags.tmcodebrowser (assuming you are using  
that latest version from this afternoon):

	--regex-ActionScript=/^[ \t]*[(private|public|static)( \t)]*function 
[ \t]+([A-Za-z0-9_]+)[ \t]*\\(/\1/f,function,functions/
	--regex-ActionScript=/^[ \t]*[(public)( \t)]*function[ \t]+(set|get) 
[ \t]+([A-Za-z0-9_]+)[ \t]*\\(/\2/p,property,properties/
	--regex-ActionScript=/.*\.prototype\.([A-Za-z0-9 ]+)=([ \t]?)function 
([ \t]?)*\\(/\1/f,function,functions/

Please check if that works, so I can add the lines to the default  



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