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rtags is a command used to create a TAGS file for use with either the emacs or vi editor.

rtags [
            ] [

By default, rtags makes a TAGS file suitable for emacs (see etags.el). The -vi option makes a TAGS file for use with vi.

rtags needs to be installed in the same manner as irb (that is, you need to install irb in the library path and make a link from irb/rtags.rb to bin/rtags).
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