Bug ID 977967
Summary global package's gtag command cannot work with the option '--gtagslabel=pygments'
Classification openSUSE
Product openSUSE Distribution
Version Leap 42.1
Hardware x86-64
OS openSUSE 42.1
Status NEW
Severity Minor
Priority P5 - None
Component Development
Assignee bnc-team-screening@forge.provo.novell.com
Reporter goto.inct@gmail.com
QA Contact qa-bugs@suse.de
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I installed 'global' package using zypper and typed 'gtags
--gtagslabel=pygments' in the terminal, then I get following warning.

gtags: cannot open shared object '/usr/lib/gtags/pygments-parser.la'.

Of course, gtags does not work correctly.

Reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install global (# zypper install global)
2. Use gtags (> gtags --gtagslabel-pygments)
Actual Results:  
gtags: cannot open shared object '/usr/lib/gtags/pygments-parser.la'.

Expected Results:  
Get GPATH, GRTAGS, GTAGS file into current directory without warning.


This bug caused by inconsistence between /etc/gtags.conf and the path of
'gtags.conf' assume that 'pygments-parser.la' is in '/usr/lib/gtags/'. But
actually, 'pygments-parser.la' is located in '/usr/lib64/gtags/'.
Therefore we can fix this problem following commands:
'sudo sed -i -e "s/lib/lib64/g" /etc/gtags.conf'.

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