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(not a bug report so much as a set of questions for you to comment on before I do some hacking)
It's a bit of a pain to have to:
$ find src | xargs hothasktags
if I look at the hasktags program from the the hasktags package (which I used to use), invocation is:
$ hasktags -c src tests
which raises another point; I can list multiple directories. Yes, you can be more clever about this with some fancier shell scripting, but thought I'd mention it, although, having done so,
$ hasktags -c .
works too, and so would find . -type -f -name '*.hs'. Either way, it would be nice if hothasktags could take care of the recursive descent to find Haskell source files itself. I'll use filemanip for that if that's ok?
find . -type -f -name '*.hs'
The second matter is that it's a bit obscure to have to redirect the output.
$ find ... | xargs hothasktags > tags
Surely just writing ./tags would do the trick?
Anyway, right now I have the whole long invocation as a target in my Makefile, but it's a bit of a pain to run casually in the tree of someone else's project, which is why I raised this. Love to be able to just do
$ hothasktags .
Yeah I agree that would be nice. I doubt I'll have the spare time to implement this anytime soon. I'll happily accept a pull req if you do, though.
Sure, I'll give it a go. Assign this one to me.
It doesn't seem that I can...