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;; Copyright (C) 2003-2008 Shawn Betts
;; This file is part of stumpwm.
;; stumpwm is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
;; any later version.
;; stumpwm is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with this software; see the file COPYING. If not, see
;; <>.
;; Commentary:
;; Window Manager commands that users can use to manipulate stumpwm.
;; Code:
(in-package :stumpwm)
(export '(defprogram-shortcut
(defun restarts-menu (err)
"Display a menu with the active restarts and let the user pick
one. Error is the error being recovered from. If the user aborts the
menu, the error is re-signalled."
(let ((restart (select-from-menu (current-screen)
(mapcar (lambda (r)
(list (format nil "[~a] ~a"
(restart-name r)
(substitute #\Space
(write-to-string r :escape nil)))
;; a crusty way to get only
;; the restarts from
;; stumpwm's top-level
;; restart inward.
(reverse (member 'top-level
(reverse (compute-restarts))
:key 'restart-name)))
(format nil "Error: ~a"
(substitute #\Space
(write-to-string err :escape nil))))))
(when restart
(invoke-restart (second restart)))))
(defun banish-pointer (&optional (where *banish-pointer-to*))
"Move the pointer to the lower right corner of the head, or
WHEREever (one of :screen :head :frame or :window)"
(let* ((screen (current-screen))
(group (current-group))
(head (current-head))
(frame (tile-group-current-frame group))
(window (frame-window frame))
(x (1- (+ (frame-x frame) (frame-width frame))))
(y (1- (+ (frame-display-y group frame) (frame-display-height group frame)))))
(ecase where
(setf x (1- (+ (screen-x screen) (screen-width screen)))
y (1- (+ (screen-y screen) (screen-height screen)))))
(setf x (1- (+ (head-x head) (head-width head)))
y (1- (+ (head-y head) (head-height head)))))
(when window
(let ((win (window-parent window)))
(setf x (1- (+ (xlib:drawable-x win) (xlib:drawable-width win)))
y (1- (+ (xlib:drawable-y win) (xlib:drawable-height win))))))))
(warp-pointer (group-screen group) x y)))
(defcommand banish (&optional where) (:rest)
"Warp the mouse the lower right corner of the current head."
(if where
(banish-pointer (intern1 where :keyword))
(defcommand ratwarp (x y) ((:number "X: ") (:number "Y: "))
"Warp the mouse to the specified location."
(warp-pointer (current-screen) x y))
(defcommand ratrelwarp (dx dy) ((:number "Delta X: ") (:number "Delta Y: "))
"Warp the mouse by the specified amount from its current position."
(warp-pointer-relative dx dy))
(defcommand ratclick (&optional (button 1)) (:number)
"Simulate a pointer button event at the current pointer
location. Note: this function is unlikely to work unless
your X server and CLX implementation support XTEST."
(when (current-window)
(send-fake-click (current-window) button)))
(defun programs-in-path (&optional full-path (path (split-string (getenv "PATH") ":")))
"Return a list of programs in the path. if @var{full-path} is
@var{t} then return the full path, otherwise just return the
filename. @var{path} is by default the @env{PATH} evironment variable
but can be specified. It should be a string containing each directory
seperated by a colon."
for p in path
for dir = (probe-path p)
when dir
nconc (loop
for file in (union
;; SBCL doesn't match files with types if type
;; is not wild and CLISP won't match files
;; without a type when type is wild. So cover all the bases
(directory-no-deref (merge-pathnames (make-pathname :name :wild) dir))
(directory-no-deref (merge-pathnames (make-pathname :name :wild :type :wild) dir))
:test 'equal)
for namestring = (file-namestring file)
when (pathname-is-executable-p file)
collect (if full-path
(namestring file)
(defstruct path-cache
programs modification-dates paths)
(defvar *path-cache* nil
"A cache containing the programs in the path, used for completion.")
(defun rehash (&optional (paths (mapcar 'parse-namestring (split-string (getenv "PATH") ":"))))
"Update the cache of programs in the path stored in @var{*programs-list*} when needed."
(let ((dates (mapcar (lambda (p)
(when (probe-path p)
(portable-file-write-date p)))
(unless (and *path-cache*
(equal (path-cache-paths *path-cache*) paths)
(equal (path-cache-modification-dates *path-cache*) dates))
(setf *path-cache* (make-path-cache :programs (programs-in-path nil paths)
:modification-dates dates
:paths paths)))))
(defun complete-program (base)
"return the list of programs in @var{*path-cache*} whose names begin
with base. Automagically update the cache."
(remove-if-not #'(lambda (p)
(when (<= (length base) (length p))
(string= base p
:end1 (length base)
:end2 (length base)))) (path-cache-programs *path-cache*)))
(defcommand run-shell-command (cmd &optional collect-output-p) ((:shell "/bin/sh -c "))
"Run the specified shell command. If @var{collect-output-p} is @code{T}
then run the command synchonously and collect the output. Be
careful. If the shell command doesn't return, it will hang StumpWM. In
such a case, kill the shell command to resume StumpWM."
(if collect-output-p
(run-prog-collect-output *shell-program* "-c" cmd)
(run-prog *shell-program* :args (list "-c" cmd) :wait nil)))
(defcommand-alias exec run-shell-command)
(defcommand eval-line (cmd) ((:rest "Eval: "))
"Evaluate the s-expression and display the result(s)."
(if cmd
(message "^20~{~a~^~%~}"
(mapcar 'prin1-to-string
(multiple-value-list (eval (read-from-string cmd)))))
(throw 'error :abort))
(error (c)
(err "^B^1*~A" c))))
(defcommand-alias eval eval-line)
(defcommand echo (string) ((:rest "Echo: "))
"Display @var{string} in the message bar."
;; The purpose of echo is always to pop up a message window.
(let ((*executing-stumpwm-command* nil))
(message "~a" string)))
(defun send-meta-key (screen key)
"Send the key to the current window on the specified screen."
(when (screen-current-window screen)
(send-fake-key (screen-current-window screen) key)))
(defcommand meta (key) ((:key "Key: "))
"Send a fake key to the current window. @var{key} is a typical StumpWM key, like @kbd{C-M-o}."
(send-meta-key (current-screen) key))
(defcommand loadrc () ()
"Reload the @file{~/.stumpwmrc} file."
(with-restarts-menu (load-rc-file nil)))
(error (c)
(message "^1*^BError loading rc file: ^n~A" c))
(:no-error (&rest args)
(declare (ignore args))
(message "rc file loaded successfully."))))
(defcommand keyboard-quit () ()
;; This way you can exit from command mode
(let ((in-command-mode (eq *top-map* *root-map*)))
(when (pop-top-map)
(if in-command-mode
(run-hook *command-mode-end-hook*)
(message "Exited.")))))
(defcommand-alias abort keyboard-quit)
(defcommand quit () ()
"Quit StumpWM."
(throw :top-level :quit))
(defcommand restart-soft () ()
"Soft Restart StumpWM. The lisp process isn't restarted. Instead,
control jumps to the very beginning of the stumpwm program. This
differs from RESTART, which restarts the unix process.
Since the process isn't restarted, existing customizations remain
after the restart."
(throw :top-level :restart))
(defcommand restart-hard () ()
"Restart stumpwm. This is handy if a new stumpwm executable has been
made and you wish to replace the existing process with it.
Any run-time customizations will be lost after the restart."
(throw :top-level :hup-process))
(defun find-matching-windows (props all-groups all-screens)
"Returns list of windows matching @var{props} (see run-or-raise
documentation for details). @var{all-groups} will find windows on all
groups. Same for @{all-screens}. Result is sorted by group and window
number, with group being more significant (think radix sort)."
(let* ((screens (if all-screens
(list (current-screen))))
(winlist (if all-groups
(mapcan (lambda (s) (screen-windows s)) screens)
(group-windows (current-group))))
(matches (remove-if-not (lambda (w)
(apply 'window-matches-properties-p w props))
(stable-sort (sort matches #'< :key #'window-number)
#'< :key (lambda (w) (group-number (window-group w))))))
(defun run-or-raise (cmd props &optional (all-groups *run-or-raise-all-groups*)
(all-screens *run-or-raise-all-screens*))
"Run the shell command, @var{cmd}, unless an existing window
matches @var{props}. @var{props} is a property list with the following keys:
@table @code
@item :class
Match the window's class.
@item :instance
Match the window's instance or resource-name.
@item :role
Match the window's @code{WM_WINDOW_ROLE}.
@item :title
Match the window's title.
@end table
By default, the global @var{*run-or-raise-all-groups*} decides whether
to search all groups or the current one for a running
instance. @var{all-groups} overrides this default. Similarily for
@var{*run-or-raise-all-screens*} and @var{all-screens}."
;; Raise the window win and select its frame. For now, it
;; does not select the screen.
((goto-win (win)
(let* ((group (window-group win))
(frame (window-frame win))
(old-frame (tile-group-current-frame group)))
(focus-all win)
(unless (eq frame old-frame)
(show-frame-indicator group)))))
(let* ((matches (find-matching-windows props all-groups all-screens))
;; other-matches is list of matches "after" the current
;; win, if current win matches. getting 2nd element means
;; skipping over the current win, to cycle through matches
(other-matches (member (current-window) matches))
(win (if (> (length other-matches) 1)
(second other-matches)
(first matches))))
(if win
(if (eq (type-of (window-group win))
(focus-all win)
(goto-win win))
(run-shell-command cmd)))))
(defun run-or-pull (cmd props &optional (all-groups *run-or-raise-all-groups*)
(all-screens *run-or-raise-all-screens*))
"Similar to run-or-raise, but move the matching window to the
current frame instead of switching to the window."
(let* ((matches (find-matching-windows props all-groups all-screens))
;; other-matches is for cycling through matches
(other-matches (member (current-window) matches))
(win (if (> (length other-matches) 1)
(second other-matches)
(first matches))))
(if win
(move-window-to-group win (current-group))
(pull-window win))
(run-shell-command cmd))))
(defcommand reload () ()
"Reload StumpWM using @code{asdf}."
(message "Reloading StumpWM...")
#+asdf (with-restarts-menu
(asdf:operate 'asdf:load-op :stumpwm))
#-asdf (message "^B^1*Sorry, StumpWM can only be reloaded with asdf (for now.)")
#+asdf (message "Reloading StumpWM...^B^2*Done^n."))
(defcommand emacs () ()
"Start emacs unless it is already running, in which case focus it."
(run-or-raise "emacs" '(:class "Emacs")))
(defcommand copy-unhandled-error () ()
"When an unhandled error occurs, StumpWM restarts and attempts to
continue. Unhandled errors should be reported to the mailing list so
they can be fixed. Use this command to copy the unhandled error and
backtrace to the X11 selection so you can paste in your email when
submitting the bug report."
(if *last-unhandled-error*
(set-x-selection (format nil "~a~%~a" (first *last-unhandled-error*) (second *last-unhandled-error*)))
(message "Copied to clipboard."))
(message "There was no unhandled error!")))
(defmacro defprogram-shortcut (name &key (command (string-downcase (string name)))
(props `'(:class ,(string-capitalize command)))
(map '*top-map*)
(key `(kbd ,(concat "H-" (subseq command 0 1))))
(pullp nil)
(pull-name (intern1 (concat (string name) "-PULL")))
(pull-key `(kbd ,(concat "H-M-" (subseq command 0 1)))))
"Define a command and key binding to run or raise a program. If
@var{pullp} is set, also define a command and key binding to run or
pull the program."
(defcommand ,name () ()
(run-or-raise ,command ,props))
(define-key ,map ,key ,(string-downcase (string name)))
,(when pullp
(defcommand (,pull-name tile-group) () ()
(run-or-pull ,command ,props))
(define-key ,map ,pull-key ,(string-downcase (string pull-name)))))))
(defcommand show-window-properties () ()
"Shows the properties of the current window. These properties can be
used for matching windows with run-or-raise or window placement
(let ((w (current-window)))
(if (not w)
(message "No active window!")
(message-no-timeout "class: ~A~%instance: ~A~%type: :~A~%role: ~A~%title: ~A"
(window-class w)
(window-res w)
(string (window-type w))
(window-role w)
(window-title w)))))
(defcommand list-window-properties () ()
"List all the properties of the current window and their values,
like xprop."
"~{~30a: ~a~^~%~}"
(let ((win (if (current-window)
(window-xwin (current-window))
(screen-root (current-screen)))))
(loop for i in (xlib:list-properties win)
collect i
collect (multiple-value-bind (values type)
(xlib:get-property win i)
(case type
(:wm_state (format nil "~{~a~^, ~}"
(loop for v in values
collect (case v (0 "Iconic") (1 "Normal") (2 "Withdrawn") (t "Unknown")))))
(:window i)
;; _NET_WM_ICON is huuuuuge
(:cardinal (if (> (length values) 20)
(format nil "~{~d~^, ~}..." (subseq values 0 15))
(format nil "~{~d~^, ~}" values)))
(:atom (format nil "~{~a~^, ~}"
(mapcar (lambda (v) (xlib:atom-name *display* v)) values)))
(:string (format nil "~{~s~^, ~}"
(mapcar (lambda (x) (coerce (mapcar 'xlib:card8->char x) 'string))
(split-seq values '(0)))))
(:utf8_string (format nil "~{~s~^, ~}"
(mapcar 'utf8-to-string
(split-seq values '(0)))))
(t values)))))))