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About: GNU GLOBAL is a source code tag system that works the same way across diverse environments. It is similar to ctags or etags, but it is independent of any editor.

FAQ  (global-6.6.4):FAQ  (global-6.6.5)
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Q9. I'm using gtags-cscope.vim. How to use files which include spaces in path na me? Q9. I'm using gtags-cscope.vim. How to use files which include spaces in path na me?
A9. Please apply 'vim74-gtags-cscope.patch' in the package to vim. A9. Please apply 'vim74-gtags-cscope.patch' in the package to vim.
See also README.PATCHES. See also README.PATCHES.
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Q10. Does GLOBAL support multi-byte code set? Q10. Does GLOBAL support multi-byte code set?
Which character code set is supported? Which character code set is supported?
A10. GLOBAL doesn't support multi-byte character code set yet. A10. GLOBAL doesn't support multi-byte character code set yet.
GLOBAL supports only ASCII and ASCII supersets. GLOBAL supports only ASCII and ASCII super-sets.
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Q11. Can GLOBAL running on a UNIX machine treat source files Q11. Can GLOBAL running on a UNIX machine treat source files
which include DOS/Windows style new-line code? And vice versa? which include DOS/Windows style new-line code? And vice versa?
A11. GLOBAL supports only native text format of POSIX. A11. GLOBAL supports only native text format of POSIX.
Besides, please go by the own responsibility. Besides, please go by the own responsibility.
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Q12. Does GLOBAL support C++ language?
A12. The answer is yes and no.
The built-in C++ parser is deprecated, since it is not well maintained.
However, GLOBAL has a plug-in parser mechanism. Using the mechanism,
anyone can write parsers for their favorite languages and incorporate
them into GLOBAL. (see plugin-factory/)
So, if you write a parser for C++ language, GLOBAL supports it.
End of FAQ. End of FAQ.
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