./wip/ctags-git, Maintained ctags implementation

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 5.8nb20170501, Package name: ctags-5.8nb20170501, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

universal-ctags has the objective of continuing the development
from what existed in the Sourceforge area.

The goal of the project is preparing and maintaining
common/unified space where people interested in making ctags
better can work together.

Exuberant Ctags generates an index (or tag) file of source language
objects in source files that allows these items to be quickly and
easily located by a text editor or other utility.

Alternatively, it can generate a cross reference file which lists,
in human-readable form, information about the various objects found
in a set of source code files.

Supported languages include: Ada, Assembler, ASP, Awk, C, C++, Clojure, CSS,
BETA, COBOL, D, Eiffel, Falcon, Fortran, Go, Java, Json, Lisp, Make, Pascal,
Perl, PHP, Python, REXX, Ruby, Rust, Scheme, Shell scripts (Bourne/Korn/Z),
S-Lang, Tcl, Vim and YACC/Bison.


Required to build:
[devel/git-base] [pkgtools/cwrappers]

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   2015-08-10 20:59:28 by jonthn | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
Point to new project universal-ctags
   2015-05-10 12:13:06 by jonthn | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Add m4.ctags file for new optlib parser
   2015-04-27 23:17:15 by jonthn | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
Import ctags-5.8nb20150427 as wip/ctags-git.

Exuberant Ctags generates an index (or tag) file of source language
objects in source files that allows these items to be quickly and
easily located by a text editor or other utility.

Alternatively, it can generate a cross reference file which lists,
in human-readable form, information about the various objects found
in a set of source code files.

Supported languages include: Ada, Assembler, ASP, Awk, C, C++, Clojure, CSS,
BETA, COBOL, D, Eiffel, Falcon, Fortran, Go, Java, Json, Lisp, Make, Pascal,
Perl, PHP, Python, REXX, Ruby, Rust, Scheme, Shell scripts (Bourne/Korn/Z),
S-Lang, Tcl, Vim and YACC/Bison.