List of functions to call after updating types.
+ SetWorkingDir Link:|TagHL-SetWorkingDir|
+ When loading types highlighting, set the current directory.
Disabling built-in functionality:
I haven't got to the bottom of this bug, so am providing this
work-around as a fix in the meantime.
+ Default: False (don't reload colour scheme)
+ SetWorkingDir *TagHL-SetWorkingDir*
+ If this option is set to True or 1, the current working directory for
+ the buffer is set (using the |lcd| command) to the path containing the
+ types highlighting file. This can be useful if you want your current
+ directory to be the root of a project regardless of how you open a
+ Default: False (don't change current directory)
Any (python) regular expressions listed in this option will be matched
against any keyword names found in the tags file. If they match, the
called IgnoreFileScope disables this feature.
* New standard highlighting libraries: libc and libc++ (thanks to Kévin
Brodsky for producing the scripts that generate these libraries).
+ * Added SetWorkingDir option to allow control of the working directory for
+ a buffer with tags highlighted.