to separate them, or you can put one entry on each subsequeunt
line with a tab character at the start of the line.
+ An alternative method of setting project-specific options is to use
+ the |TagHL-Projects| option: see the documentation for this option for
Buffer Options *b:TagHighlightSettings*
Buffer specific options are set in a buffer-local |Dictionary| in
Highlight everything everywhere, ignoring file-scope.
+ Projects Link:|TagHL-Projects|
+ Project-specific configuration.
+ Projects *TagHL-Projects*
+ This is a special option that contains a nested dictionary. It is
+ typically used through the of a |TagHLConfig.txt| file. The option
+ allows you to specify that a directory (and all subdirectories of that
+ directory) holds a project. In combination with the option to
+ automatically set the working directory (|TagHL-SetWorkingDir|), this
+ will ensure that Vim's current working directory is correct for your
+ projects. More importantly, it allows project-specific configuration
+ to be specified outside of the project directory.
+ The dictionary should contain keys denoting project names and values
+ that are dictionaries of other options as appropriate, but the
+ |TagHL-SourceDir| option is mandatory. If you only want to use
+ |TagHL-SetWorkingDir|, you can use a simpler form where the project
+ name is the key and the working directory is the value. This is
+ probably better explained by an example, so here is a possible
+ |TagHLConfig.txt| file:
+ # A simple project just using SetWorkingDir
+ # A more complex project: set these options for
+ Option Type: Dictionary
The python part of |TagHighlight| can be run in a number of ways,
depending on your system configuration. For most users, this should
* Added cscope support - update cscope database at the same time as ctags
one. Also automatically manage cscope connections.
+ * Added project configuration feature (set options per project based on
+ the location of those projects rather than local taghl_config.txt).
* Global configuration can now be set using a text file in the ~/.vim or
vimfiles directory (|TagHLConfig.txt|).