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;;; pcvs-defs.el --- variable definitions for PCL-CVS
;; Copyright (C) 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999,
;; 2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Author: Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
;; Keywords: pcl-cvs
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;;; Commentary:
;;; Code:
(eval-when-compile (require 'cl))
(require 'pcvs-util)
;;;; -------------------------------------------------------
;;;; START OF THINGS TO CHECK WHEN INSTALLING
(defvar cvs-program "cvs"
"*Name or full path of the cvs executable.")
(defvar cvs-version
;; With the divergence of the CVSNT codebase and version numbers, this is
;; not really good any more.
(ignore-errors
(with-temp-buffer
(call-process cvs-program nil t nil "-v")
(goto-char (point-min))
(when (re-search-forward "(CVS\\(NT\\)?) \\([0-9]+\\)\\.\\([0-9]+\\)"
nil t)
(cons (string-to-number (match-string 1))
(string-to-number (match-string 2))))))
"*Version of `cvs' installed on your system.
It must be in the (MAJOR . MINOR) format.")
;; FIXME: this is only used by cvs-mode-diff-backup
(defvar cvs-diff-program (or (and (boundp 'diff-command) diff-command) "diff")
"*Name or full path of the best diff program you've got.
NOTE: there are some nasty bugs in the context diff variants of some vendor
versions, such as the one in SunOS-4.")
;;;; END OF THINGS TO CHECK WHEN INSTALLING
;;;; --------------------------------------------------------
;;;;
;;;; User configuration variables:
;;;;
;;;; NOTE: these should be set in your ~/.emacs (or site-lisp/default.el) file.
;;;;
(defgroup pcl-cvs nil
"Special support for the CVS versioning system."
:version "21.1"
:group 'tools
:prefix "cvs-")
;;
;; cvsrc options
;;
(defcustom cvs-cvsrc-file "~/.cvsrc"
"Path to your cvsrc file."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(file))
(defvar cvs-shared-start 4
"Index of the first shared flag.
If set to 4, for instance, a numeric argument smaller than 4 will
select a non-shared flag, while a numeric argument greater than 3
will select a shared-flag.")
(defvar cvs-shared-flags (make-list cvs-shared-start nil)
"List of flags whose settings is shared among several commands.")
(defvar cvs-cvsroot nil
"*Specifies where the (current) cvs master repository is.
Overrides the environment variable $CVSROOT by sending \" -d dir\" to
all CVS commands. This switch is useful if you have multiple CVS
repositories. It can be set interactively with \\[cvs-change-cvsroot.]
There is no need to set this if $CVSROOT is set to a correct value.")
(defcustom cvs-auto-remove-handled nil
"*If up-to-date files should be acknowledged automatically.
If T, they will be removed from the *cvs* buffer after every command.
If DELAYED, they will be removed from the *cvs* buffer before every command.
If STATUS, they will only be removed after a `cvs-mode-status' command.
Else, they will never be automatically removed from the *cvs* buffer."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(choice (const nil) (const status) (const delayed) (const t)))
(defcustom cvs-auto-remove-directories 'handled
"*If ALL, directory entries will never be shown.
If HANDLED, only non-handled directories will be shown.
If EMPTY, only non-empty directories will be shown."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(choice (const :tag "No" nil) (const all) (const handled) (const empty)))
(defcustom cvs-auto-revert t
"*Non-nil if changed files should automatically be reverted."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(boolean))
(defcustom cvs-sort-ignore-file t
"*Non-nil if `cvs-mode-ignore' should sort the .cvsignore automatically."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(boolean))
(defcustom cvs-force-dir-tag t
"*If non-nil, tagging can only be applied to directories.
Tagging should generally be applied a directory at a time, but sometimes it is
useful to be able to tag a single file. The normal way to do that is to use
`cvs-mode-force-command' so as to temporarily override the restrictions,"
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(boolean))
(defcustom cvs-default-ignore-marks nil
"*Non-nil if cvs mode commands should ignore any marked files.
Normally they run on the files that are marked (with `cvs-mode-mark'),
or the file under the cursor if no files are marked. If this variable
is set to a non-nil value they will by default run on the file on the
current line. See also `cvs-invert-ignore-marks'"
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(boolean))
(defvar cvs-diff-ignore-marks t)
(make-obsolete-variable 'cvs-diff-ignore-marks
'cvs-invert-ignore-marks)
(defcustom cvs-invert-ignore-marks
(let ((l ()))
(unless (equal cvs-diff-ignore-marks cvs-default-ignore-marks)
(push "diff" l))
(when (and cvs-force-dir-tag (not cvs-default-ignore-marks))
(push "tag" l))
l)
"*List of cvs commands that invert the default ignore-mark behavior.
Commands in this set will use the opposite default from the one set
in `cvs-default-ignore-marks'."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(set (const "diff")
(const "tag")
(const "ignore")))
(defcustom cvs-confirm-removals t
"*Ask for confirmation before removing files.
Non-nil means that PCL-CVS will ask confirmation before removing files
except for files whose content can readily be recovered from the repository.
A value of `list' means that the list of files to be deleted will be
displayed when asking for confirmation."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(choice (const list)
(const t)
(const nil)))
(defcustom cvs-add-default-message nil
"*Default message to use when adding files.
If set to nil, `cvs-mode-add' will always prompt for a message."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(choice (const :tag "Prompt" nil)
(string)))
(defvar cvs-diff-buffer-name "*cvs-diff*")
(make-obsolete-variable 'cvs-diff-buffer-name
'cvs-buffer-name-alist)
(defcustom cvs-find-file-and-jump nil
"Jump to the modified area when finding a file.
If non-nil, `cvs-mode-file-file' will place the cursor at the beginning of
the modified area. If the file is not locally modified, this will obviously
have no effect."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(boolean))
(defcustom cvs-buffer-name-alist
'(("diff" cvs-diff-buffer-name diff-mode)
("status" "*cvs-info*" cvs-status-mode)
("tree" "*cvs-info*" cvs-status-mode)
("message" "*cvs-commit*" nil log-edit)
("log" "*cvs-info*" log-view-mode))
"*Buffer name and mode to be used for each command.
This is a list of elements of the form
(CMD BUFNAME MODE &optional POSTPROC)
CMD is the name of the command.
BUFNAME is an expression that should evaluate to a string used as
a buffer name. It can use the variable CMD if it wants to.
MODE is the command to use to setup the buffer.
POSTPROC is a function that should be executed when the command terminates
The CMD used for `cvs-mode-commit' is \"message\". For that special
case, POSTPROC is called just after MODE with special arguments."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(repeat
(list (choice (const "diff")
(const "status")
(const "tree")
(const "message")
(const "log")
(string))
(choice (const "*vc-diff*")
(const "*cvs-info*")
(const "*cvs-commit*")
(const (expand-file-name "*cvs-commit*"))
(const (format "*cvs-%s*" cmd))
(const (expand-file-name (format "*cvs-%s*" cmd)))
(sexp :value "my-cvs-info-buffer")
(const nil))
(choice (function-item diff-mode)
(function-item cvs-edit-mode)
(function-item cvs-status-mode)
function
(const nil))
(set :inline t
(choice (function-item cvs-status-cvstrees)
(function-item cvs-status-trees)
function)))))
(defvar cvs-buffer-name '(expand-file-name "*cvs*" dir) ;; "*cvs*"
"Name of the cvs buffer.
This expression will be evaluated in an environment where DIR is set to
the directory name of the cvs buffer.")
(defvar cvs-temp-buffer-name '(expand-file-name " *cvs-tmp*" dir)
"*Name of the cvs temporary buffer.
Output from cvs is placed here for asynchronous commands.")
(defcustom cvs-idiff-imerge-handlers
(if (fboundp 'ediff)
'(cvs-ediff-diff . cvs-ediff-merge)
'(cvs-emerge-diff . cvs-emerge-merge))
"*Pair of functions to be used for resp. diff'ing and merg'ing interactively."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(choice (const :tag "Ediff" (cvs-ediff-diff . cvs-ediff-merge))
(const :tag "Emerge" (cvs-emerge-diff . cvs-emerge-merge))))
(defvar cvs-mode-hook nil
"Run after `cvs-mode' was setup.")
;;;;
;;;; Internal variables, used in the process buffer.
;;;;
(defvar cvs-postprocess nil
"(Buffer local) what to do once the process exits.")
;;;;
;;;; Internal variables for the *cvs* buffer.
;;;;
(defcustom cvs-reuse-cvs-buffer 'subdir
"When to reuse an existing cvs buffer.
Alternatives are:
CURRENT: just reuse the current buffer if it is a cvs buffer
SAMEDIR: reuse any cvs buffer displaying the same directory
SUBDIR: or reuse any cvs buffer displaying any sub- or super- directory
ALWAYS: reuse any cvs buffer."
:group 'pcl-cvs
:type '(choice (const always) (const subdir) (const samedir) (const current)))
(defvar cvs-temp-buffer nil
"(Buffer local) The temporary buffer associated with this *cvs* buffer.")
(defvar cvs-lock-file nil
"Full path to a lock file that CVS is waiting for (or was waiting for).
This variable is buffer local and only used in the *cvs* buffer.")
(defvar cvs-lock-file-regexp "^#cvs\\.\\([trw]fl\\.[-.a-z0-9]+\\|lock\\)\\'"
"Regexp matching the possible names of locks in the CVS repository.")
(defconst cvs-cursor-column 22
"Column to position cursor in in `cvs-mode'.")
;;;;
;;;; Global internal variables
;;;;
(defconst cvs-vendor-branch "1.1.1"
"The default branch used by CVS for vendor code.")
(easy-mmode-defmap cvs-mode-diff-map
'(("E" "imerge" . cvs-mode-imerge)
("=" . cvs-mode-diff)
("e" "idiff" . cvs-mode-idiff)
("2" "other" . cvs-mode-idiff-other)
("d" "diff" . cvs-mode-diff)
("b" "backup" . cvs-mode-diff-backup)
("h" "head" . cvs-mode-diff-head)
("r" "repository" . cvs-mode-diff-repository)
("y" "yesterday" . cvs-mode-diff-yesterday)
("v" "vendor" . cvs-mode-diff-vendor))
"Keymap for diff-related operations in `cvs-mode'."
:name "Diff")
;; This is necessary to allow correct handling of \\[cvs-mode-diff-map]
;; in substitute-command-keys.
(fset 'cvs-mode-diff-map cvs-mode-diff-map)
(easy-mmode-defmap cvs-mode-map
;;(define-prefix-command 'cvs-mode-map-diff-prefix)
;;(define-prefix-command 'cvs-mode-map-control-c-prefix)
'(;; simulate `suppress-keymap'
(self-insert-command . undefined)
(("0" "1" "2" "3" "4" "5" "6" "7" "8" "9") . digit-argument)
("-" . negative-argument)
;; various
;; (undo . cvs-mode-undo)
("?" . cvs-help)
("h" . cvs-help)
("q" . cvs-bury-buffer)
("z" . kill-this-buffer)
("F" . cvs-mode-set-flags)
;; ("\M-f" . cvs-mode-force-command)
("!" . cvs-mode-force-command)
("\C-c\C-c" . cvs-mode-kill-process)
;; marking
("m" . cvs-mode-mark)
("M" . cvs-mode-mark-all-files)
("S" . cvs-mode-mark-on-state)
("u" . cvs-mode-unmark)
("\C-?". cvs-mode-unmark-up)
("%" . cvs-mode-mark-matching-files)
("T" . cvs-mode-toggle-marks)
("\M-\C-?" . cvs-mode-unmark-all-files)
;; navigation keys
(" " . cvs-mode-next-line)
("n" . cvs-mode-next-line)
("p" . cvs-mode-previous-line)
;; M- keys are usually those that operate on modules
;;("\M-C". cvs-mode-rcs2log) ; i.e. "Create a ChangeLog"
;;("\M-t". cvs-rtag)
;;("\M-l". cvs-rlog)
("\M-c". cvs-checkout)
("\M-e". cvs-examine)
("g" . cvs-mode-revert-buffer)
("\M-u". cvs-update)
("\M-s". cvs-status)
;; diff commands
("=" . cvs-mode-diff)
("d" . cvs-mode-diff-map)
;; keys that operate on individual files
("\C-k" . cvs-mode-acknowledge)
("A" . cvs-mode-add-change-log-entry-other-window)
;;("B" . cvs-mode-byte-compile-files)
("C" . cvs-mode-commit-setup)
("O" . cvs-mode-update)
("U" . cvs-mode-undo)
("I" . cvs-mode-insert)
("a" . cvs-mode-add)
("b" . cvs-set-branch-prefix)
("B" . cvs-set-secondary-branch-prefix)
("c" . cvs-mode-commit)
("e" . cvs-mode-examine)
("f" . cvs-mode-find-file)
("\C-m" . cvs-mode-find-file)
("i" . cvs-mode-ignore)
("l" . cvs-mode-log)
("o" . cvs-mode-find-file-other-window)
("r" . cvs-mode-remove)
("s" . cvs-mode-status)
("t" . cvs-mode-tag)
("v" . cvs-mode-view-file)
("x" . cvs-mode-remove-handled)
;; cvstree bindings
("+" . cvs-mode-tree)
;; mouse bindings
([mouse-2] . cvs-mode-find-file)
([follow-link] . (lambda (pos)
(if (eq (get-char-property pos 'face) 'cvs-filename) t)))
([(down-mouse-3)] . cvs-menu)
;; dired-like bindings
("\C-o" . cvs-mode-display-file)
;; Emacs-21 toolbar
;;([tool-bar item1] . (menu-item "Examine" cvs-examine :image (image :file "/usr/share/icons/xpaint.xpm" :type xpm)))
;;([tool-bar item2] . (menu-item "Update" cvs-update :image (image :file "/usr/share/icons/mail1.xpm" :type xpm)))
)
"Keymap for `cvs-mode'."
:dense t)
(fset 'cvs-mode-map cvs-mode-map)
(easy-menu-define cvs-menu cvs-mode-map "Menu used in `cvs-mode'."
'("CVS"
["Open file.." cvs-mode-find-file t]
[" ..other window" cvs-mode-find-file-other-window t]
["Display in other window" cvs-mode-display-file t]
["Interactive merge" cvs-mode-imerge t]
("View diff"
["Interactive diff" cvs-mode-idiff t]
["Current diff" cvs-mode-diff t]
["Diff with head" cvs-mode-diff-head t]
["Diff with vendor" cvs-mode-diff-vendor t]
["Diff with backup" cvs-mode-diff-backup t])
["View log" cvs-mode-log t]
["View status" cvs-mode-status t]
["View tag tree" cvs-mode-tree t]
"----"
["Insert" cvs-mode-insert]
["Update" cvs-mode-update (cvs-enabledp 'update)]
["Re-examine" cvs-mode-examine t]
["Commit" cvs-mode-commit-setup (cvs-enabledp 'commit)]
["Tag" cvs-mode-tag (cvs-enabledp (when cvs-force-dir-tag 'tag))]
["Undo changes" cvs-mode-undo (cvs-enabledp 'undo)]
["Add" cvs-mode-add (cvs-enabledp 'add)]
["Remove" cvs-mode-remove (cvs-enabledp 'remove)]
["Ignore" cvs-mode-ignore (cvs-enabledp 'ignore)]
["Add ChangeLog" cvs-mode-add-change-log-entry-other-window t]
"----"
["Mark" cvs-mode-mark t]
["Mark all" cvs-mode-mark-all-files t]
["Mark by regexp..." cvs-mode-mark-matching-files t]
["Mark by state..." cvs-mode-mark-on-state t]
["Unmark" cvs-mode-unmark t]
["Unmark all" cvs-mode-unmark-all-files t]
["Hide handled" cvs-mode-remove-handled t]
"----"
["Quit" cvs-mode-quit t]))
;;;;
;;;; CVS-Minor mode
;;;;
(defcustom cvs-minor-mode-prefix "\C-xc"
"Prefix key for the `cvs-mode' bindings in `cvs-minor-mode'."
:group 'pcl-cvs)
(easy-mmode-defmap cvs-minor-mode-map
`((,cvs-minor-mode-prefix . cvs-mode-map)
("e" . (menu-item nil cvs-mode-edit-log
:filter (lambda (x) (if (derived-mode-p 'log-view-mode) x)))))
"Keymap for `cvs-minor-mode', used in buffers related to PCL-CVS.")
(defvar cvs-buffer nil
"(Buffer local) The *cvs* buffer associated with this buffer.")
(put 'cvs-buffer 'permanent-local t)
;;(make-variable-buffer-local 'cvs-buffer)
(defvar cvs-minor-wrap-function nil
"Function to call when switching to the *cvs* buffer.
Takes two arguments:
- a *cvs* buffer.
- a zero-arg function which is guaranteed not to switch buffer.
It is expected to call the function.")
;;(make-variable-buffer-local 'cvs-minor-wrap-function)
(defvar cvs-minor-current-files)
;;"Current files in a `cvs-minor-mode' buffer."
;; This should stay `void' because we want to be able to tell the difference
;; between an empty list and no list at all.
(defconst cvs-pcl-cvs-dirchange-re "^pcl-cvs: descending directory \\(.*\\)$")
;;;;
;;;; autoload the global menu
;;;;
;;;###autoload
(defvar cvs-global-menu
(let ((m (make-sparse-keymap "PCL-CVS")))
(define-key m [status]
'(menu-item "Directory Status" cvs-status
:help "A more verbose status of a workarea"))
(define-key m [checkout]
'(menu-item "Checkout Module" cvs-checkout
:help "Check out a module from the repository"))
(define-key m [update]
'(menu-item "Update Directory" cvs-update
:help "Fetch updates from the repository"))
(define-key m [examine]
'(menu-item "Examine Directory" cvs-examine
:help "Examine the current state of a workarea"))
(fset 'cvs-global-menu m)))
;; cvs-1.10 and above can take file arguments in other directories
;; while others need to be executed once per directory
(defvar cvs-execute-single-dir
(if (or (null cvs-version)
(or (>= (cdr cvs-version) 10) (> (car cvs-version) 1)))
;; Supposedly some recent versions of CVS output some directory info
;; as they recurse downthe tree, but it's not good enough in the case
;; where we run "cvs status foo bar/foo".
'("status")
t)
"Whether cvs commands should be executed a directory at a time.
If a list, specifies for which commands the single-dir mode should be used.
If T, single-dir mode should be used for all operations.
CVS versions before 1.10 did not allow passing them arguments in different
directories, so pcl-cvs checks what version you're using to determine
whether to use the new feature or not.
Sadly, even with a new cvs executable, if you connect to an older cvs server
\(typically a cvs-1.9 on the server), the old restriction applies. In such
a case the sanity check made by pcl-cvs fails and you will have to manually
set this variable to t (until the cvs server is upgraded).
When the above problem occurs, pcl-cvs should (hopefully) catch cvs' error
message and replace it with a message telling you to change this variable.")
;;
(provide 'pcvs-defs)
;; arch-tag: c7c701d0-d1d4-4aa9-a302-007bb03aca5e
;;; pcvs-defs.el ends here
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