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;;; el-get-recipes.el --- Manage the external elisp bits and pieces you depend upon
;; Copyright (C) 2010-2011 Dimitri Fontaine
;; Author: Dimitri Fontaine <>
;; URL:
;; GIT:
;; Licence: WTFPL, grab your copy here:
;; This file is NOT part of GNU Emacs.
;; Install
;; Please see the file from the same distribution
;;; Commentary:
;; el-get-recipes provides the API to manage the el-get recipes.
;; el-get-core provides basic el-get API, intended for developpers of el-get
;; and its methods. See the methods directory for implementation of them.
;;; Code:
(require 'el-get-core)
(require 'el-get-custom)
(require 'el-get-byte-compile)
(defcustom el-get-recipe-path-emacswiki
(expand-file-name "el-get/recipes/emacswiki/" el-get-dir)
"Define where to keep a local copy of emacswiki recipes."
:group 'el-get
:type 'directory)
(defcustom el-get-recipe-path-elpa
(expand-file-name "el-get/recipes/elpa/" el-get-dir)
"Define where to keep a local copy of elpa recipes."
:group 'el-get
:type 'directory)
(defvar el-get-recipe-path
(list (concat (file-name-directory el-get-script) "recipes")
"List of directories in which to look for el-get recipes.
Directories that contain automatically-generated recipes, such as
`el-get-recipe-path-emacswiki' and `el-get-recipe-path-elpa',
should be placed last in this list.
This variable is not customizable, as it needs to be set before
el-get is loaded, while customizations should be loaded after
el-get, so that they can affect pacakages loaded by el-get.
It is recommended to add new directories using code like:
(add-to-list 'el-get-recipe-path \"~/.emacs.d/el-get-user/recipes/\")")
(defcustom el-get-user-package-directory nil
"Define where to look for init-pkgname.el configurations. Disabled if nil."
:group 'el-get
:type '(choice (const :tag "Off" nil) directory))
(defun el-get-load-package-user-init-file (package)
"Load the user init file for PACKAGE, called init-package.el
and to be found in `el-get-user-package-directory'. Do nothing
when this custom is nil.
Will automatically compile the init file as needed and load the
compiled version."
(when el-get-user-package-directory
(let* ((init-file-name (format "init-%s.el" package))
(expand-file-name init-file-name el-get-user-package-directory))
(file-name-no-extension (file-name-sans-extension package-init-file))
(compiled-init-file (concat file-name-no-extension ".elc")))
(when (file-exists-p package-init-file)
(when el-get-byte-compile
(el-get-byte-compile-file package-init-file))
(el-get-verbose-message "el-get: load %S" file-name-no-extension)
(load file-name-no-extension 'noerror)))))
(defun el-get-recipe-dirs ()
"Return the elements of `el-get-recipe-path' that actually exist.
Used to avoid errors when exploring the path for recipes"
(reduce (lambda (dir result)
(if (file-directory-p dir) (cons dir result) result))
el-get-recipe-path :from-end t :initial-value nil))
;; recipe files are elisp data, you can't byte-compile or eval them on their
;; own, but having elisp indenting and colors make sense
(add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.rcp\\'" . emacs-lisp-mode)))
;; recipes
(defun el-get-recipe-pprint (source)
"Pretty print a recipe definition to current buffer."
(if (eq major-mode 'emacs-lisp-mode)
(let ((point (point)))
(insert "(")
;; Standard Emacs pretty print functions don't put newlines after
;; prop val pairs of plists, so we have to do it ourselves.
(loop for (prop val) on source by #'cddr
do (insert (format "%S %S\n" prop val)))
(delete-char -1) ; delete last \n
(insert ")\n")
(goto-char point)
(indent-pp-sexp 'pretty))
(let ((temp-buffer (generate-new-buffer " *temp*")))
(set-buffer temp-buffer)
(el-get-recipe-pprint source))
(insert-buffer-substring temp-buffer))
(kill-buffer temp-buffer)))))
(defun el-get-read-recipe-file (filename)
"Read given FILENAME and return its content (a valid form is expected)."
(condition-case err
(insert-file-contents filename)
(read (current-buffer)))
((debug error)
(error "Error reading recipe %s: %S" filename err))))
(defun el-get-recipe-filename (package)
"Return the name of the file that contains the recipe for PACKAGE, if any."
(let ((package-el (concat (el-get-as-string package) ".el"))
(package-rcp (concat (el-get-as-string package) ".rcp")))
(loop for dir in el-get-recipe-path
for recipe-el = (expand-file-name package-el dir)
for recipe-rcp = (expand-file-name package-rcp dir)
if (file-exists-p recipe-el) return recipe-el
if (file-exists-p recipe-rcp) return recipe-rcp)))
(defun el-get-read-recipe (package)
"Return the source definition for PACKAGE, from the recipes."
(let ((filename (el-get-recipe-filename package)))
(if filename
(el-get-read-recipe-file filename)
(error "El-get can not find a recipe for package \"%s\"" package))))
(defun el-get-all-recipe-file-names ()
"Return the list of all file based recipe names.
The result may have duplicates."
(loop for dir in (el-get-recipe-dirs)
nconc (mapcar #'file-name-base
(directory-files dir nil "^[^.].*\.\\(rcp\\|el\\)$"))))
(defun el-get-read-all-recipe-files ()
"Return the list of all file based recipes, formated like `el-get-sources'.
Only consider any given recipe only once even if present in
multiple dirs from `el-get-recipe-path'. The first recipe found
is the one considered."
(let (packages)
for dir in (el-get-recipe-dirs)
nconc (loop
for recipe in (directory-files dir nil "^[^.].*\.\\(rcp\\|el\\)$")
for filename = (concat (file-name-as-directory dir) recipe)
for pname = (file-name-sans-extension
(file-name-nondirectory recipe))
for package = (el-get-as-symbol pname)
unless (member package packages)
do (push package packages)
and collect (ignore-errors (el-get-read-recipe-file filename))))))
(defun el-get-read-all-recipes ()
"Return the list of all the recipes, formatted like `el-get-sources'.
We first look in `el-get-sources' then in each directory listed
in `el-get-recipe-path' in order."
(let* ((s-recipes (mapcar (lambda (s) (cons (plist-get s :name) s))
(file-recipes (el-get-read-all-recipe-files)))
(setq file-recipes
(mapcar (lambda (f-recipe)
(let* ((pkg (plist-get f-recipe :name))
(s-recipe (assq pkg s-recipes)))
(if (null s-recipe) f-recipe
(setq s-recipes (assq-delete-all pkg s-recipes))
(el-get-recipe-merge f-recipe (cdr s-recipe)))))
(append (mapcar #'cdr s-recipes) file-recipes)))
(defun el-get-recipe-merge (r1 r2)
"Merge recipe R1 into R2.
If R2 has a `:type' it completely replaces R1, otherwise, R1
fields are the default value and R2 may override them."
(if (plist-get r2 :type)
(loop with merged
for (prop val) on (append r2 r1) by 'cddr
unless (plist-member merged prop)
nconc (list prop val) into merged
finally return merged)))
(defun el-get-package-def (package)
"Return a single `el-get-sources' entry for PACKAGE."
(let ((source (loop for src in el-get-sources
when (string= package (el-get-source-name src))
return src)))
(cond ((or (null source) (symbolp source))
;; not in `el-get-sources', or only mentioned by name
;; (compatibility from pre 3.1 era)
(el-get-read-recipe package))
((null (plist-get source :type))
;; we got a list with no :type, that's an override plist
(el-get-recipe-merge (el-get-read-recipe package) source))
;; none of the previous, must be a full definition
(t source))))
(defun el-get-package-method (package-or-source)
"Return the :type property (called method) of PACKAGE-OR-SOURCE.
If the package is built in to the current major version of Emacs,
return 'builtin."
(let* ((def (if (or (symbolp package-or-source) (stringp package-or-source))
(el-get-package-def package-or-source)
(builtin (plist-get def :builtin)))
(when (integerp builtin)
(warn "Integer argument for :builtin is obsolete. Use strings instead.")
(setq builtin (number-to-string builtin)))
(if (and builtin (version<= builtin emacs-version))
(plist-get def :type))))
(defalias 'el-get-package-type #'el-get-package-method)
(defun el-get-package-types-alist (statuses &rest types)
"Return an alist of package names that are of given TYPES.
Only consider packages whose status is `member' of STATUSES,
which defaults to installed, required and removed. Example:
(el-get-package-types-alist \"installed\" 'http 'cvs)"
(loop for src in (apply 'el-get-list-package-names-with-status
(cond ((stringp statuses) (list statuses))
((null statuses) '("installed" "required"
(t statuses)))
for name = (el-get-as-symbol src)
for type = (el-get-package-type name)
when (or (null types) (memq 'all types) (memq type types))
collect (cons name type)))
(defun el-get-package-required-emacs-version (package-or-source)
(let* ((def (if (or (symbolp package-or-source) (stringp package-or-source))
(el-get-package-def package-or-source)
def :minimum-emacs-version
(defun el-get-package-effective-library (package-or-source)
"Return the effective :library of PACKAGE-OR-SOURCE.
See `el-get-sources' for details."
(let* ((source (if (or (symbolp package-or-source) (stringp package-or-source))
(el-get-package-def package-or-source)
(package (if (or (symbolp package-or-source) (stringp package-or-source))
(el-get-as-symbol package-or-source)
(plist-get source :name)))
(pkgname (plist-get source :pkgname))
(feats (el-get-as-list (plist-get source :features))))
(or (plist-get source :library)
(car feats)
(if (memq (el-get-package-method source)
'(github emacsmirror github-tar github-zip))
(cdr (el-get-github-parse-user-and-repo package))
(defun el-get-version-to-list (version)
"Convert VERSION to a standard version list.
Like the builtin `version-to-list', this function accepts a
string. Unlike the builtin, it will also accept a single number,
which will be wrapped into a single-element list, or a or a list
of numbers, which will be returned unmodified."
;; String
((stringp version)
(version-to-list version))
;; Single number
((numberp version)
(list version))
;; List of numbers
((and (listp version)
(null (remove-if 'numberp version)))
(t (error "Unrecognized version specification: %S" version))))
(defun el-get-error-unless-required-emacs-version (package-or-source)
"Raise an error if `emacs-major-version' is less than package's requirement."
(let* ((pname (el-get-source-name package-or-source))
(required-version (el-get-package-required-emacs-version
(required-version-list (el-get-version-to-list required-version)))
(when (version-list-< (version-to-list emacs-version) required-version-list)
(error "Package %s requires Emacs version %s or higher, but the current\
Emacs is only version %s"
pname required-version emacs-version))))
(defun el-get-envpath-prepend (envname head)
"Prepend HEAD in colon-separated environment variable ENVNAME.
This is effectively the same as doing the following in shell:
Use this to modify environment variable such as $PATH or $PYTHONPATH."
(setenv envname (el-get-envpath-prepend-1 (getenv envname) head)))
(defun el-get-envpath-prepend-1 (paths head)
"Return \"HEAD:PATHS\" omitting duplicates in it."
(let ((pplist (split-string (or paths "") path-separator 'omit-nulls)))
(mapconcat 'identity
(remove-duplicates (cons head pplist)
:test #'string= :from-end t)
(defvar el-get-check--last-file-or-buffer nil
"The last file-or-buffer checked.")
(defun el-get-check-redo ()
"Rerun `el-get-check-recipe' with last recipe."
(when el-get-check--last-file-or-buffer
(defvar el-get-check-mode-map
(let ((map (make-sparse-keymap)))
(set-keymap-parent map special-mode-map)
(define-key map "g" #'el-get-check-redo)
"Mode map for `el-get-check-mode'.")
(define-derived-mode el-get-check-mode special-mode "El-Get Check"
"Special mode for `el-get-check-recipe' buffers.
See Info node `(el-get) Authoring Recipes'.")
(defvar el-get-check-suppressed-warnings ()
"List of `el-get-check-recipe' warnings to suppress.
Current possibe elements are:
`features', `github', `autoloads'")
(defun el-get-check-recipe-batch-1 (recipe-file)
(let ((warning-prefix-function
(lambda (level entry)
(list level (format "%s:%s" el-get-check--last-file-or-buffer
(format (nth 1 entry) ""))))))
(condition-case err
(el-get-check-recipe (file-relative-name recipe-file))
(error (lwarn '(el-get) :emergency "%s" (error-message-string err))
(defun el-get-check-recipe-batch ()
"emacs -Q -batch -f el-get-check-recipe-batch [-Wno-<warning>...] *.rcp"
(assert noninteractive nil
"`el-get-check-recipe-batch' should only be used with -batch")
(setq vc-handled-backends nil) ; avoid loading VC during batch mode
(loop for arg in command-line-args-left
if (string-match "^-Wno-\\(.*\\)" arg)
do (push (intern (match-string 1 arg)) el-get-check-suppressed-warnings)
else summing
(if (file-directory-p arg)
(reduce #'+ (directory-files arg t "\\.rcp$" t)
:key #'el-get-check-recipe-batch-1 :initial-value 0)
(el-get-check-recipe-batch-1 arg))
into errors
finally (progn (message "%d warning/error(s) total." errors)
(kill-emacs (if (zerop errors) 0 1)))))
(defun el-get-check-recipe (file-or-buffer)
"Check the format of the recipe.
Please run this command before sending a pull request.
Usage: M-x el-get-check-recipe RET
You can run this function from checker script like this:
test/check-recipe.el PATH/TO/RECIPE.rcp
When used as a lisp function, FILE-OR-BUFFER must be a buffer
object or a file path."
(interactive (list (current-buffer)))
(setq el-get-check--last-file-or-buffer file-or-buffer)
(if (bufferp file-or-buffer)
(with-current-buffer file-or-buffer
(el-get-check-recipe-in-current-buffer (buffer-file-name)))
(insert-file-contents file-or-buffer)
(el-get-check-recipe-in-current-buffer file-or-buffer))))
(unless (fboundp 'file-name-base) ; new in 24.3
(defun file-name-base (&optional filename)
"Return the base name of the FILENAME: no directory, no extension.
FILENAME defaults to `buffer-file-name'."
(file-name-nondirectory (or filename (buffer-file-name)))))))
(defvar el-get-check-warning-buffer)
(defun el-get-check-warning (level message &rest args)
(declare (indent 1))
(display-warning '(el-get recipe) (apply #'format message args)
level el-get-check-warning-buffer))
(defun el-get-check-recipe-in-current-buffer (recipe-file-name)
(let ((inhibit-read-only t)
(numerror 0)
(el-get-check-warning-buffer (get-buffer-create "*el-get check recipe*")))
(display-buffer el-get-check-warning-buffer)
(with-current-buffer el-get-check-warning-buffer
(let ((recipe (save-excursion
(goto-char (point-min))
(prog1 (read (current-buffer))
(let ((lvl-err (condition-case err
(progn (read (current-buffer))
`(:warning . "Extra data following recipe"))
(end-of-file nil)
(error `(:error . ,(error-message-string err))))))
(when lvl-err
(incf numerror)
(let ((el-get-check--last-file-or-buffer
(format "%s:%d:%d" recipe-file-name
(line-number-at-pos) (current-column))))
(el-get-check-warning (car lvl-err) (cdr lvl-err)))))))))
(when (and recipe-file-name
(not (string= (file-name-base recipe-file-name)
(plist-get recipe :name))))
(incf numerror)
(el-get-check-warning :error
"File name should match recipe name."))
;; Check if userspace property is used.
(loop for key in '(:before :after)
for alt in '(:prepare :post-init)
when (plist-get recipe key)
do (progn
(el-get-check-warning :warning
"Property %S is for user. Use %S instead."
key alt)
(incf numerror)))
;; Check for misformatted plists
(loop for key in recipe by #'cddr
unless (keywordp key)
do (progn
(el-get-check-warning :warning
"Property %S is not a keyword!"
(incf numerror)))
(destructuring-bind (&key type url autoloads feats builtin
;; let-binding `features' causes `provide' to throw error
(setq feats (plist-get recipe :features))
;; Is github type used?
(when (and (not (memq 'github el-get-check-suppressed-warnings))
(eq type 'git) (string-match "//" url))
(el-get-check-warning :warning
"Use `:type github' for github type recipe")
(incf numerror))
;; Warn when `:autoloads nil' is specified.
(when (and (not (memq 'autoloads el-get-check-suppressed-warnings))
(null autoloads) (plist-member recipe :autoloads))
(el-get-check-warning :warning
"Are you sure you don't need autoloads?
This property should be used only when the library takes care of
the autoload."))
;; Warn when `:features t' is specified
(when (and (not (memq 'features el-get-check-suppressed-warnings))
(el-get-check-warning :warning
"Are you sure you need features?
If this library has `;;;###autoload' comment (a.k.a autoload cookie),
you don't need `:features'."))
;; Check if `:builtin' is used with an integer
(when (integerp builtin)
(el-get-check-warning :warning
"Usage of integers for :builtin is obsolete.
Use a version string like \"24.3\" instead.")))
;; Check for required properties.
(loop for key in '(:description :name)
unless (plist-get recipe key)
do (progn
(el-get-check-warning :error
"Required property %S is not defined." key)
(incf numerror)))
(insert (format "\n%s: %s error(s) found." recipe-file-name numerror)))
(provide 'el-get-recipes)
;;; el-get-recipes.el ends here
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