Ⅰ. 插件描述Vim plugin that displays tags in a window, ordered by scope
:source % :PluginInstall
对于Vundle版本 < 0.10.2，请用上面的Bundle替换Plugin。
:source % :NeoBundleInstall
:source % :PlugInstall
cd ~/.vim/bundle git clone https://github.com/majutsushi/tagbar
# Tagbar: a class outline viewer for Vim
What Tagbar is
Tagbar is a Vim plugin that provides an easy way to browse the tags of the
current file and get an overview of its structure. It does this by creating a
sidebar that displays the ctags-generated tags of the current file, ordered by
their scope. This means that for example methods in C++ are displayed under
the class they are defined in.
What Tagbar is not
Tagbar is not a general-purpose tool for managing
tags files. It only
creates the tags it needs on-the-fly in-memory without creating any files.
tags file management is provided by other plugins, like for example
- Vim >= 7.3.1058
or any version of NeoVim.
- Exuberant Ctags >= 5.5,
or (highly recommended) any version of [Universal
Ctags](https://ctags.io) which is a currently maintained fork of Exuberant
Ctags with many bugfixes, support for many more formats, and proper Unicode
- Some additional formats can also be handled by other providers such
phpctags, or others.
Extract the archive or clone the repository into a directory in your
'runtimepath', or use a plugin manager of your choice like
pathogen. Don't forget to run
:helptags if your plugin manager doesn't do it for you so you can access the
If the ctags executable is not installed in one of the directories in your
$PATH environment variable you have to set the
variable, see the documentation for more info.
Put something like the following into your ~/.vimrc:
nmap <F8> :TagbarToggle<CR>
If you do this the F8 key will toggle the Tagbar window. You can of course use
any shortcut you want. For more flexible ways to open and close the window
(and the rest of the functionality) see the documentation.
Support for additional filetypes
For filetypes that are not supported by Exuberant Ctags check out [the
wiki](https://github.com/majutsushi/tagbar/wiki) to see whether other projects
offer support for them and how to use them. Please add any other
projects/configurations that you find or create yourself so that others can
benefit from them, too.
Note: If the file structure display is wrong
If you notice that there are some errors in the way your file's structure is
displayed in Tagbar, please make sure that the bug is actually in Tagbar
before you report an issue. Since Tagbar uses
exuberant-ctags and compatible programs to do
the actual file parsing, it is likely that the bug is actually in the program
responsible for that filetype instead.
There is an example in
:h tagbar-issues about how to run ctags manually so
you can determine where the bug actually is. If the bug is actually in ctags,
please report it on their website instead, as there is nothing I can do about
it in Tagbar. Thank you!
You can also have a look at [ctags bugs that have previously been filed
Tagbar is distributed under the terms of the Vim license, see the included [LICENSE] file.
Tagbar was originally written by Jan Larres.
It is actively maintained by Caleb Maclennan.
At least 45 others have contributed features and bug fixes over the years.
Please document issues or submit pull requests on Github.