Don't generate tags (use an existing tags file).
+ DoNotGenerateTagsIfPresent Link:|TagHL-DoNotGenerateTagsIfPresent|
+ Don't generate tags if a tags file is detected.
How to Run Python and Ctags:
If this option is set, calling |:UpdateTypesFile| will be functionally
equivalent to calling |:UpdateTypesFileOnly|: it will be assumed that
- a tag file already exists and ctags will not be run.
+ a tag file already exists and ctags will not be run. This should be
+ used if you NEVER want |TagHighlight| to generate a tags file.
+ Otherwise, you probably want |TagHL-DoNotGenerateTagsIfPresent|.
Default: False (generate tags)
+ DoNotGenerateTagsIfPresent *TagHL-DoNotGenerateTagsIfPresent*
+ This option is similar to |TagHL-DoNotGenerateTags|. However, it only
+ applies if a tags file already exists. If the tags file exists, it
+ will not be regenerated but will be used as is. If the tags file does
+ not exist, it will be created. If |TagHL-DoNotGenerateTags| is set,
+ this option is ignored.
+ Default: False (always generate tags)
If there are any entries in this dictionary, they will be used to
force a particular file extension to be treated as representing a
'tags' option to automatically handle tag files
for user libraries (thanks to Alexey Radkov and
Ali Hamdi). Fixed a bug in the ParsingSkipList
+ option implementation. Added option to only
+ generate the tags file if one is not present
+ (thanks to Ali Hamdi for the suggestion).
2.1.5: 20th February 2012 : Added support for Scala (thanks to Lee Gauthier).