>> or possibly point me to the place in the manual which explains
>> which *types* of files get tagged? I really dont want to install a new
>> global if not necessary and feel sure there must be a simple way to
>> specify in the .globalrc which file types are tagged. I thought maybe
>> "suffixes" but that's been deprecated apparently : I'm surely missing
>> something obvious.
> Which version of GLOBAL are you using?
> The following command will show it.
> global --version
> Shigio YAMAGUCHI <shigio@...>
> PGP fingerprint: D1CB 0B89 B346 4AB6 5663 C4B6 3CA5 BBB3 57BE DDA3
The one in debian squeeze (stable).
but as I say, all I want to do is configure the type of files tagged by
global - something I assume is possible even on an older global?
If its not possible to tell global to only tag certain file types, then
of course I can look into moving to a new version but would prefer not
to if avoidable - but I suspect it is possible and I am missing
something in the manual since it seems such a basic configuration
requirement for any tagging system.