> "Shigio YAMAGUCHI" <shigio@...> writes:
>>> Did you try it?
>>> Go to a directory with MANY files in. Create a gtags.files with only a
>>> few file names in. Then
>>> gtags -f gtags.files
>>> ls -l G*
>>> *look at the tags files size*
>>> global -u
>>> NOW look at the tags file sizes
>> It doesn't reproduce it here.
> So it does use the gtags.files? Or?
> And once again you have snipped my Q. This makes it very difficult as I
> dont know if you have a different config.
> Does this Q make sense to you :
> | I dont know if its a bug. I dont understand the documentation. I am
> | asking how to configure global to ONLY update for the files already
> | tagged or, and better, how can I specify in the .globalrc only to tag REAL source
> | files? Currently it is tagging every file in the directrory.
> thank you for your time,
I try to rephrase this.
How do I configure a project directory so that gtags only tags certain
files (currently I use gtags -f gtags.files) and then "global -u" ONLY
updates those tagged files. Currently "global -u" currently tags ALL
files. You can easily reproduce this on the command line assuming no
other global config files.