How to setup etags for fuzzy symbol searching in Spacemacs on Windows
Move the folder to a location of your choice. In the folder you should see ctags.exe:
If you want, add the directory (e.g. c:/ctags
) to your system path (example here
(setq projectile-tags-command "c:\\ctags\\ctags.exe -R -e")
The -R is for recursive (scan sub-directories) and the -e is for creating Emacs tags.
Restart Spacemacs to finalize this configuration.
We're going to generate tags for a project under a certain directory. If you haven't already, make sure you've created a project
We can generate tags from within Spacemacs. Open a file inside your project's directory, and press SPACE p G:
You should see a tags file appear in your project directory:
Now press M-x (ALT x) and type helm-etags-select:
You'll see a fuzzy search window appear:
Now, start typing and see results filter:
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