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+# Vim ships a better (IMHO) version of ctags, and we don't want
+# to overwrite it with this one. If you really want emacs' ctags
+# either copy or link it into place yourself, or remove the vim
+# packages and reinstall emacs. Besides, does anyone know/use
+# *both* emacs and vi? I'd think that would bring the universe
+# to an end. ;-)
+if [ ! -e usr/bin/ctags ]; then
+ cp -a usr/bin/ctags-emacs usr/bin/ctags
+ cp -a usr/man/man1/ctags-emacs.1.gz usr/man/man1/ctags.1.gz
+fi