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;;; gap-mode.el --- Major mode for editing files in the GAP programing language.
;; Author: Michael Smith <>
;; Gary Zablackis
;; Goetz Pfeiffer
;; Ivan Andrus <>
;; Maintainer: Ivan Andrus <>
;; Version: 2.0
;; Keywords: gap
;; URL:
;; This file is part NOT of GNU Emacs.
;;; Commentary:
;; Provides fontification, indentation, and local variable
;; functionality, for GAP code. It also provides help and completion
;; by asking an inferior GAP process.
;; Evaluating (customize-group 'gap) is an easy way to see what
;; options are available.
;;; Install:
;; Copy this file to somewhere in your load path, then put the
;; following lines in your .emacs file:
;; (autoload 'gap-mode "gap-mode" "GAP editing mode" t)
;; (setq auto-mode-alist (apply 'list
;; '("\\.g\\'" . gap-mode)
;; '("\\.gap\\'" . gap-mode)
;; auto-mode-alist))
;; Then visiting any file ending in ".g" or ".gap" will automatically put
;; you in gap-mode. Alternatively, to enter gap-mode at anytime, just type
;; M-x gap-mode
;;; History:
;; v1.96 -
;; * Added a flag to choose whether the complete command (ESC-tab) simply
;; calls dynamic abbreviation (dabbrev-expand), the default, or tries
;; to complete the word by asking a running gap process.
;; v1.95 -
;; * Fixed bug in 'gap-insert-local-variables. It was only picking up
;; variables that were the first on the line - a big problem.
;; Finally fixed the treatment of local function definitions. It will
;; now skip over locally defined functions when compiling the local
;; variable list.
;; v1.92 -
;; * Defined my own "memberequal" function for checking strings in lists.
;; v1.90 -
;; * Fixed a bug in gap-insert-local-variables (stray "," appearing).
;; * Added variables gap-local-statement-format and
;; gap-local-statement-margin for controlling format of local
;; variable statement inserted. It now wraps the line correctly.
;; v1.85 -
;; * Added variables gap-insert-debug-name, gap-insert-debug-string to
;; allow customization of debugging/print statements inserted by function
;; gap-insert-debug-print.
;; v1.80 -
;; * New function gap-insert-local-variables for inserting a local variable
;; statement for the current function at the point.
;; v1.70 -
;; * New function gap-insert-debug-print for inserting Inform(... lines.
;; v1.60 -
;; * Fixed the add-local-variable function so that it skips over local
;; statements of functions defined within the current function.
;; v1.55 -
;; * Added a regular expression for gin-mode, and changed the fill region
;; function to check if gin-mode is on, if so and in a comment, do
;; fill-paragraph instead of indent region. Does this make sense?
;; v1.51 -
;; * Fixed silly error due to copying a magma-mode function across.
;; v1.50 -
;; * Fixed the function that leaps across and similar stmts.
;; v1.40 -
;;* Added new function 'gap-add-local-variable.
;; v1.30 -
;; * changed code to make it more compatible with outline-minor-mode.
;; Many changes to regular expressions, adding "\C-m" whenever "\n"
;; occurs, and modifiying many beginning-of-line etc functions.
;; v1.25 -
;; * eliminated bug introduced in last modification.
;; v1.20 -
;; * Made the special continued line handling more versatile.
;; v1.10 -
;; * Cleaned up code immensely. Should be much easier to understand.
;; * Fixed some bugs in special indentation checking where it could get
;; confused with the contents of GAP strings (eg a ":=" in a string).
;; v1.01 -
;; * Just changed some defaults.
;; v1.00 -
;; * First release version.
;;; Code:
;; Autoload functions from gap-process.
(require 'gap-process)
;;{{{ defcustoms/defvars
(defgroup gap nil
"Support for the GAP programming language."
:group 'languages
:prefix "gap-"
;; :link '(function-link gap-mode)
(defcustom gap-indent-brackets t
"Whether unclosed brackets help determine indentation level.
If non-nil take unclosed brackets into account, which is good for
formatting lists and matrices."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean
:safe 'booleanp)
(defcustom gap-bracket-threshold 8
"The maximum value which brackets will increase indentation.
A value of nil is equivalent to infinity. An integer value will
help prevent deeply nested lists from being indented too far."
:group 'gap
:type '(choice (const :tag "No limit" nil)
(integer :tag "Bracket indentation limit"))
:safe (lambda (value)
(or (null value)
(integerp value))))
(defcustom gap-indent-step 4
"Amount of indentation for each level of grouping in GAP code."
:group 'gap
:type 'integer
:safe 'integerp)
(defcustom gap-indent-step-continued 2
"Amount of indentation to add for normal continued lines."
:group 'gap
:type 'integer
:safe 'integerp)
(defcustom gap-indent-list 2
"Amount of indentation to add for lists."
:group 'gap
:type 'integer
:safe 'integerp)
(defcustom gap-indent-comments t
"Controls how the indent command works on comments.
A comment will be indented to the next tab-stop if `gap-indent-comments' is:
0 and the cursor is on the # character
1 and the cursor is 1 character to the right of the # character
t and the cursor is anywhere to the right of the # character
If nil then use calculated indentation level only."
:group 'gap
:type '(choice (const :tag "Cursor on the # character" 0)
(const :tag "Cursor 1 character to the right of #" 1)
(const :tag "Calculated indentation only" nil)
(other :tag "Cursor to the right of the # character" t))
:safe (lambda (value)
(memq value '(0 1 nil t))))
(defcustom gap-indent-comments-flushleft nil
"Whether flush-left comments should be indented normally.
If non-nil then indent comments based on `gap-indent-comments'
regardless of whether the comment is flush-left or not. Set this
to nil to not indent flush-left comments at all."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean
:safe 'booleanp)
(defcustom gap-auto-indent-comments t
"Whether the region indentation commands indent comment lines."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean
:safe 'booleanp)
(defcustom gap-pre-return-indent t
"If non-nil autoindent before inserting a newline when RET is pressed."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean)
(defcustom gap-post-return-indent t
"If non-nil autoindent after a RET keypress."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean)
(defcustom gap-electric-semicolon t
"If non-nil a semicolon will create a newline as well.
At the beginning of a line, instead adds semicolon to the end of the
previous line so that two semicolons in a row does the right thing.
If nil semicolons act normally."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean)
(defcustom gap-electric-equals t
"If non-nil pressing equals will toggle between ':=' and '='.
When pressing equals not preceded by an equals sign, or with a
prefix argument, it will simply insert an equals sign. If nil
equals behaves normally."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean)
(defcustom gap-electric-percent nil
"Whether the % key should emulate the % key in vi.
If nil then % acts as `self-insert-command'.
If non-nil pressing % will jump between beginning and end of
groups. With `prefix-arg' or if point is not at the end of a
group pressing % will act as `self-insert-command'."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean)
;; TODO: should update this to use filladapt which is more common I think
;; TODO: this probably shouldn't be a defcustom, but I don't know enough about `gin-mode'
;; I think if it's not used anymore, then I'll just rip it out.
(defcustom gin-retain-indent-re "[ \t]*#+[ \t]*\\|[ \t]+"
"Regular expression to allow `gin-mode' to fill GAP comments."
:group 'gap
:type 'regexp
:safe 'stringp)
(defcustom gap-fill-if-gin nil
"If non-nil use `gin-mode' to fill paragraphs when \\<gap-mode-map>\\[gap-format-region] is called."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean
:safe 'booleanp)
(defcustom gap-tab-stop-list '(4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44
48 52 56 60 64 68 72 74 78)
"Determines what columns comments should be indented to.
Note this is only used in the indentation of comments, and only
when `gap-indent-comments' is non-nil. All GAP code indentation
depends on the variable `gap-indent-step'. Indentation of
comments is also affected by `gap-indent-comments-flushleft'."
:group 'gap
:type '(repeat integer)
:safe (lambda (value)
(and (listp value)
(not (memq nil (mapcar (function integerp) value))))))
(defcustom gap-mode-hook nil
"Hook run when entering GAP mode."
:group 'gap
:type 'hook)
(defcustom gap-local-statement-format '(2 1)
"Determines how local variable statements should be formatted.
It is a two element list consisting of the number of spaces after
\"local\", and the number of spaces after each comma."
:group 'gap
:type '(list integer integer)
:safe (lambda (value)
(and (listp value)
(integerp (car value))
(integerp (cadr value)))))
(defcustom gap-local-statement-margin (if fill-column fill-column 75)
"Column at which to wrap local variable statement."
:group 'gap
:type 'integer
:safe 'integerp)
(defcustom gap-local-statements-at-beginning nil
"Determines where local variable statements should be inserted.
If non-nil they are inserted on the first line of a function,
otherwise they are inserted on the previous line."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean
:safe 'booleanp)
(defcustom gap-regenerate-local-statements nil
"If non-nil local var statements will deleted before new ones are created."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean)
(defcustom gap-local-variable-inserts-statement t
"Determines whether adding a variable to a local statement can create it.
If non-nil, \\<gap-mode-map>\\[gap-add-local-variable] will create a local var statement with the current
variable if there is no existing statement. Otherwise an error is signaled."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean)
(defcustom gap-insert-debug-name "Info"
"Function name to use when inserting a debugging/print statement."
:group 'gap
:type 'string
:safe 'stringp)
(defcustom gap-insert-debug-string "#I %s: "
"String to use when inserting a debugging/print statement.
A %s is substituted with the name of the current function."
:group 'gap
:type 'string
:safe 'stringp)
;; TODO: make a gap-completion-function which could be dabbrev or not.
;; Then deprecate this
(defcustom gap-use-dabbrev t
"If non-nil the completion will use dabbrev instead of a running GAP process."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean)
(defcustom gap-eval-file-should-save 'query
"Determines whether evaluating a file with GAP should save first.
If nil, `gap-eval-file' will never save the file. If equal to
the symbol query then prompt the user to save when required. Any
other value will cause the file to be saved automatically."
:group 'gap
:type '(choice (const :tag "Never" nil)
(const :tag "Ask" query)
(other :tag "Always" t)))
(defcustom gap-debug-indent nil
"If non-nil show the facts that indentation is based on."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean)
(defcustom gap-use-smie t
"If non-nil use SMIE for indentation.
SMIE support should provide better performance and more features,
but is experimental."
:group 'gap
:type 'boolean)
(defvar gap-using-smie nil
"Whether SMIE was enabled and available.")
;; Interaction with other modes
;; Support `imenu' and therefore `which-function-mode'
(defvar gap-imenu-generic-expression
'((nil "\\_<\\(\\(?:\\w\\|\\s_\\)+\\)\\s *:=\\s *\\(function\\)" 1)))
;; TODO: Add function to create documentation block
;; TODO: Add function to pretty print function (though you would lose comments...)
;; TODO: fix `gap-insert-debug-print' since it doesn't match the signature for info
;; TODO: perhaps use (info "(elisp) SMIE") e.g. lisp/progmodes/octave-mod.el
;;{{{ gap-mode, syntax and font-lock
(defvar gap-syntax-table
(let ((table (make-syntax-table)))
;; Comments
(modify-syntax-entry ?# "<" table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?\n ">" table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?\r ">" table) ;; cope with outline mode
;; operators
(modify-syntax-entry ?+ "." table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?- "." table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?* "." table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?/ "." table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?^ "." table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?~ "." table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?! "." table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?= "." table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?< "." table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?> "." table)
;; Symbol (sort of a hack so that x.y is a single symbol for help purposes)
;; We will make .. into punctuation later
(modify-syntax-entry ?. "_" table)
"Syntax table used for GAP code.")
(defvar gap-font-lock-syntactic-keywords
'(("\\.\\." 0 ".") ; Make .. into puctuation
("\\\\." 0 "_") ; Make \character a symbol character
;; Make 'c' and '\n' into strings
(1 "\"")
(2 "w")
(3 "\""))))
(defvar gap-font-lock-keywords
`(;; Keywords
(,(concat "\\_<"
(list "and" "do" "elif" "else" "end" "fi" "for"
"function" "if" "in" "local" "mod" "not"
"od" "or" "repeat" "return" "then" "until"
"while" "quit" "QUIT" "break" "rec" "continue"
"atomic" "readwrite" "readonly"))
. font-lock-keyword-face)
;; "Special" keywords
;; Should true/false/fail be font-lock-constant-face?
(,(concat "\\_<"
(list "IsBound" "Unbind" "TryNextMethod" "Info" "Assert" "SaveWorkspace"
"true" "false" "fail" ))
. font-lock-builtin-face)
;; Functions -- based on capitalization and proximity to parenthesis
("\\_<\\([A-Z]\\(?:\\w\\|\\s_\\)+\\)\\s *(" 1 font-lock-function-name-face nil)
;; Functions -- based on assignment
("\\_<\\(\\(?:\\w\\|\\s_\\)+\\)\\s *:=\\s *\\(function\\)"
(1 font-lock-function-name-face)
(2 font-lock-keyword-face)) ; Shouldn't funcion already be highlighted?
;; Variables as they are assigned
("\\_<\\(\\(?:\\w\\|\\s_\\)+\\)\\s *\\(:=\\)"
(1 font-lock-variable-name-face)
(2 'bold))
;; Docstrings for GAP functions seem to have the following format.
;; I don't know what the different letters mean, so assume any are valid.
("^#\\([A-Z]\\)\\s +\\(.*\\)"
(1 font-lock-warning-face t)
(2 'font-lock-doc-string-face t))
("^##\\s +\\(.*\\)"
1 'font-lock-doc-string-face t)
;; These are for interactive gap use. Technically should probably
;; only be for gap-process-mode, but they shouldn't show up in a
;; gap file and it's easier this way.
("^Variable: '.*' must have a value" . font-lock-warning-face)
;; ("^Syntax error:.*" . font-lock-warning-face)
("^\\s *\\^$" . font-lock-warning-face)
;; TODO: This was a pretty arbitrary choice of face...
(,gap-prompt-regexp . font-lock-preprocessor-face)
"Font lock Keywords for GAP.
For format of ths variable see `font-lock-keywords'.")
(defvar gap-mode-map
(let ((map (make-sparse-keymap)))
;; Indenting, formatting
(define-key map ";" 'gap-electric-semicolon)
(define-key map "=" 'gap-electric-equals)
(define-key map "%" 'gap-electric-percent)
(define-key map [return] 'gap-newline-command)
(define-key map "\M-q" 'gap-format-region)
(define-key map "\M-\C-q" 'gap-format-buffer)
(define-key map "\C-c#" 'comment-or-uncomment-region)
;; Inserting
(define-key map "\C-cl" 'gap-insert-local-variables)
(define-key map "\C-ca" 'gap-add-local-variable)
(define-key map "\C-cd" 'gap-insert-debug-print)
;; Marking and moving by blocks
(define-key map "\C-c%" 'gap-match-group)
;; Interpreter
(define-key map [M-tab] 'gap-completion) ; Should probably use
(define-key map "\M-?" 'gap-help)
;; Evaluating things in the interpreter
(define-key map "\C-ce" 'gap-eval-defun)
(define-key map "\C-c\C-e" 'gap-eval-last-statement)
(define-key map "\C-c\C-r" 'gap-eval-region)
(define-key map "\C-c\C-b" 'gap-eval-buffer)
(define-key map "\C-c\C-f" 'gap-eval-file)
;; Menu
(easy-menu-define gap-menu map "GAP Mode menu"
`("GAP" :help "GAP-specific Features"
["Format region" gap-format-region :active mark-active
:help "Indent and format comments in region"]
["Format buffer" gap-format-buffer
:help "Indent and format comments in buffer"]
["Comment Region" comment-region :active mark-active
:help "Comment region"]
["Uncomment Region" uncomment-region :active mark-active
:help "Uncomment region"]
["Insert Local Variables" gap-insert-local-variables
:help "Insert statement local variables"]
["Add Local Variable" gap-add-local-variable
:help "Insert statement local variables"]
["Insert Debug Statement" gap-insert-debug-print
:help "Insert debug print statement"]
;; ["Mark def/class" mark-defun
;; :help "Mark innermost definition around point"]
;; ["Start of block" python-beginning-of-block
;; :help "Go to start of innermost definition around point"]
;; ["End of block" python-end-of-block
;; :help "Go to end of innermost definition around point"]
;; ["Start of def/class" beginning-of-defun
;; :help "Go to start of innermost definition around point"]
;; ["End of def/class" end-of-defun
;; :help "Go to end of innermost definition around point"]
["Jump to matching beginning/end of grouping" gap-match-group
:help "Mark innermost definition around point"]
["Start GAP interpreter or switch to it" gap
:help "Run inferior GAP in separate buffer"]
["Read file" gap-eval-file :active (gap-okay-to-run)
:help "Send Read(\"...\") to inferior GAP session"]
["Eval buffer" gap-eval-buffer :active (gap-okay-to-run)
:help "Evaluate entire buffer in inferior GAP session"]
["Eval region" gap-eval-region :active (and mark-active (gap-okay-to-run))
:help "Evaluate region in inferior GAP session"]
["Eval function" gap-eval-defun :active (gap-okay-to-run)
:help "Evaluate current function definition in inferior GAP session"]
["Eval last statement" gap-eval-last-statement :active (gap-okay-to-run)
:help "Evaluate statement before point in inferior GAP session"]
["Help on symbol" gap-help :active (gap-okay-to-run)
:help "Use inferior GAP to get help for symbol at point (if running)"]
["Complete symbol" gap-completion :active (gap-okay-to-run)
:help "Complete (qualified) symbol before point"]
;; TODO: make beginning/end-of-block commands
(unless (fboundp 'prog-mode) (defalias 'prog-mode 'fundamental-mode))
(define-derived-mode gap-mode prog-mode "GAP"
"Major mode for writing GAP programs. The following keys are defined:
Important variables: (with default given)
`gap-indent-step' = (default 4)
the amount of indentation to add at each level of a group
`gap-indent-step-continued' = (default 2)
the extra indentation for continued lines that aren't special
in some way.
See also the documentation for the variables:
and documentation for the functions:
The indentation style is demonstrated by the following example,
assuming default indentation variables:
test := function (x,y)
# this is a test
local n,
if true then
Print( \"if true then \",
x := [ [ 1, 2, 3 ],
[ 5, 6, 8 ],
[ 9, 8, 7 ] ];
y := 1 + 2 + 3 +
4 + 5 + 6;
z := Filtered( List( origlist,
x -> f( x + x^2 + x^3 + x^4 + x^5,
x^-1, x^-2, x^-3)),
:group 'gap
:syntax-table gap-syntax-table
(set (make-local-variable 'font-lock-defaults)
'(gap-font-lock-keywords nil nil nil nil
. gap-font-lock-syntactic-keywords)))
(set (make-local-variable 'indent-line-function)
(set (make-local-variable 'beginning-of-defun-function)
(set (make-local-variable 'end-of-defun-function)
(set (make-local-variable 'imenu-generic-expression)
(when (boundp 'which-func-modes)
(add-to-list 'which-func-modes 'gap-mode))
(set (make-local-variable 'comment-start) "#")
(setq indent-tabs-mode nil)
(set (make-local-variable 'tab-stop-list) gap-tab-stop-list)
;; Use SMIE for indentation
(setq gap-using-smie (and gap-use-smie
(require 'smie nil t)
(require 'gap-smie nil t)))
(when gap-using-smie
(smie-setup gap-smie-grammar #'gap-smie-rules)))
;;{{{ user commands
;; TODO: make sure xemacs has this
(make-obsolete 'gap-comment-region 'comment-or-uncomment-region "Sep 4 2010")
(defun gap-comment-region (arg p1 p2)
"Comment region, or if ARG is non-nil uncomment region.
There is nothing specific to GAP in this code except that the
comment marker is set to be #.
See `comment-or-uncomment-region' for a more general version, as
well as `comment-region' and `uncomment-region' at least in
(interactive "p\nr")
(narrow-to-region (beg-of-line-from-point p1)
(end-of-line-from-point p2))
(goto-char (point-min))
(let ((first t))
(while (or first
(re-search-forward "[\n\C-m]" nil t))
(setq first nil)
(cond ((= arg 1)
(insert "#"))
((and (> arg 1)
(looking-at "#"))
(delete-char 1))))))))
(defun gap-newline-command ()
"Insert newline optionally indenting before and after.
The behavior is determined by the variables
`gap-pre-return-indent' and `gap-post-return-indent'."
(open-line 1)
(when gap-pre-return-indent
(if gap-using-smie
(forward-char 1)
(when gap-post-return-indent
(if gap-using-smie
(defun gap-electric-semicolon (arg)
"Insert a semicolon and run `gap-indent-line'.
With numeric ARG, insert that many semicolons.
With \\[universal-argument], insert a single colon.
If variable `gap-electric-semicolon' is nil act as `self-insert-command'."
(interactive "*P")
(cond ((or arg (not gap-electric-semicolon))
(self-insert-command (if (not (integerp arg)) 1 arg)))
((and gap-electric-semicolon
(<= (current-column)
(save-excursion (back-to-indentation) (current-column))))
;; skip backwards past whitespace and end comments (newlines)
(skip-syntax-backward " >")
(self-insert-command 1)))
(self-insert-command 1)
(defun gap-electric-equals (arg)
"Insert an equals sign or toggle between ':=' and '='.
With numeric ARG, insert that many equals signs.
With \\[universal-argument], insert a single equals.
If variable `gap-electric-equals' is nil act as `self-insert-command'."
(interactive "*P")
(cond ((or arg (not gap-electric-equals))
(self-insert-command (if (not (integerp arg)) 1 arg)))
((and gap-electric-equals
(>= (- (point) 2) (point-min))
(string-equal ":="
(buffer-substring-no-properties (- (point) 2) (point))))
(delete-char -2)
(insert "="))
((and gap-electric-equals
(>= (- (point) 1) (point-min))
(string-equal "="
(buffer-substring-no-properties (- (point) 1) (point))))
(delete-char -1)
(insert ":="))
(self-insert-command 1))))
(defun gap-electric-percent (arg)
"Emulate the % command from vi.
If point is at the beginning or end of a group jump to the other
end. If not at one end of a group or if ARG or the variable
`gap-electric-percent' are non-nil then it acts as
(interactive "P")
(when (or arg
(not gap-electric-percent)
(not (gap-match-group)))
(self-insert-command (if (wholenump (prefix-numeric-value arg))
(prefix-numeric-value arg)
(defalias 'gap-percent-command 'gap-electric-percent)
(make-obsolete 'gap-percent-command 'gap-electric-percent "Nov 7 2011")
(defun gap-indent-line ()
"Indent current line intelligently according to GAP semantics.
Affected by the variables `gap-indent-step',
`gap-indent-step-continued', `gap-indent-brackets', and
`gap-bracket-threshold'. Printing of indentation information is
enabled by `gap-debug-indent'."
(let ((cur (current-column))
(ind (gap-calculate-indent)))
(if (= cur ind)
(indent-to ind))))
(if (< (current-column)
(save-excursion (back-to-indentation) (current-column)))
(defun gap-indent-command ()
"Smart GAP indent command.
With `prefix-arg' indents this line to column given by argument.
If line is a comment starting in column 1 then do nothing.
If point is immediately following a comment character (#) then
call `tab-to-tab-stop', which moves comment up to four characters
right (default). Otherwise indent the line intelligently by
calling `gap-indent-line'.
The variable `indent-line-function' is `gap-indent-command' by
default so that `indent-for-tab-command' works intelligently.
Behaviour depends on the `gap-mode' variables `gap-tab-stop-list',
`gap-indent-comments', and `gap-indent-comments-flushleft', as
well as those affecting behavior of `gap-indent-line'."
(if current-prefix-arg
(let ((col (abs (prefix-numeric-value current-prefix-arg))))
(while (> (indent-to col) col)
;; we were already indented too far, so delete some
(delete-char -1)))
(if (and (not gap-indent-comments-flushleft)
(looking-at "#")))
(if (or (and (numberp gap-indent-comments)
(= (char-after (- (point) gap-indent-comments)) ?#))
(and gap-indent-comments
(while (not (gap-point-in-comment))
(re-search-forward "#"))
(forward-char -1)
(message (format "column %d" (current-column)))
(forward-char 1)))
;; TODO: This command seems schizophrenic
(defun gap-format-region ()
"Indent all lines in the region or call `fill-paragraph'.
If `gap-fill-if-gin' is non-nil, and point is in a comment, then
calls `fill-paragraph'. The variable `gin-retain-indent-re' is
used to ensure that indentation is preserved in this case.
Otherwise calls `gap-indent-line' on each non-comment line and on
each comment line if `gap-auto-indent-comments' is non-nil."
;; Make it compatible with gin-mode, in the sense that if gap-fill-if-gin
;; is true, and buffer is in gin-mode, and point is in comment, then do
;; fill paragraph instead of indenting region.
(if (and gap-fill-if-gin
(boundp 'gin-mode)
(fill-paragraph nil)
(let (ret p)
(if (> (point) (mark))
(setq p (point))
(while (re-search-forward "[\n\C-m]" (end-of-line-from-point (mark)) t)
(if (gap-looking-at "^[ \t]*[\n\C-m]")
(if (and (not gap-auto-indent-comments)
(gap-looking-at "^[ \t]*#"))
(goto-char p)
(defun gap-format-buffer ()
"Call `gap-format-region' on entire buffer."
(set-mark (point-max))
(goto-char (point-min))
(defun gap-insert-local-variables (&optional arg variables)
"Insert a local variable statement for the current function.
If ARG is non-nil temporarily invert the value of
`gap-regenerate-local-statements'. If VARIABLES is non-nil it
should be a list of all variable names for the local statements.
If `gap-regenerate-local-statements' is non-nil then regenerate
an existing local statement or insert a new one.
If `gap-local-statements-at-beginning' is non-nil the local
statement is inserted on the first line after the argument list
of the function definition. Otherwise the local statement is
inserted before the line the cursor is on.
This function assumes that a variable is local if occurs on the
left-hand side of an assignment statement or occurs as the index
variable of a do loop. You may have to trim globals from the
list if you assign values to them.
This function will skip over any embedded local function declarations, and
may be invoked within a local function definition to generate a local
statement for that function.
Formatting of the local statement is determined by
`gap-local-statement-format' and `gap-local-statement-margin'."
;; Not very efficient, but it seems to work
(interactive "P")
(let ((formal nil)
(names variables)
(regenerate (if arg
(not gap-regenerate-local-statements)
p1 p2 name)
;; Find variables unless passed in
(unless names
(if (not (gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" nil t t))
(error "No end of function!"))
(setq p2 (point))
(if (not (gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" nil -1 t))
(error "No beginning of function"))
(if (not (looking-at "function *("))
(error "Bad beginning of function"))
(goto-char (match-end 0))
(while (looking-at " *\\(\\(:?\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\),?")
(setq formal (append formal
(list (buffer-substring
(match-beginning 1) (match-end 1)))))
(goto-char (match-end 0)))
(while (gap-searcher 're-search-forward
"\\(" "\\(^\\|;\\) *\\(\\(:?\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\) *:= *"
"\\|" "\\(^\\|;\\) *for +\\(\\(:?\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\)"
" +in\\>" "\\)")
p2 t '(match-beginning 0))
(cond ((looking-at "\\(^\\|;\\) *\\(\\(:?\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\) *:= *")
(setq name (buffer-substring (match-beginning 2) (match-end 2)))
(goto-char (match-end 0))
(if (looking-at "function *(")
(goto-char (match-end 0))
(if (not (gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>"
"\\<end\\>" nil t t))
(error "No local function end?!")))))
((looking-at "\\(^\\|;\\) *for +\\(\\(:?\\sw\\|\\s_\\)+\\) +in\\>")
(setq name (buffer-substring (match-beginning 2) (match-end 2)))
(goto-char (match-end 0)))
(t (error "Programming error in gap-insert-local-variables!")))
(if (not (memberequal name names))
(setq names (append names (list name)))))))
;; Goto to insertion point
(if (not gap-local-statements-at-beginning)
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" nil -1 t)
(forward-word 1)
(forward-sexp 1)
(when regenerate
(let ((p (point)))
;; Search forwards then backwards for local command.
;; For some reason the other direction doesn't work
;; TODO: should take a page from gap-add-local-variable
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" "\\<local\\>" t t) ; goto begin
(when (looking-at "end")
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" "\\<local\\>" -1 t))
;; If we found a local statement, delete it, else return to where we were
(if (looking-at "local")
(delete-region (point)
(progn (gap-search-forward-end-stmt p2 1 'end)
;; Delete a "newline" since we are going to insert it
(when (looking-at "\\s \\|$")
(forward-char 1))
(goto-char p))))
;; Insert the local statement (if any)
(let (lnames)
(while (car names)
(if (memberequal (car names) formal)
(setq names (cdr names))
(setq lnames (append lnames (list (car names))))
(setq names (cdr names))))
(if (not lnames)
(error "No local variables!")
(insert "local")
(insert-char ? (nth 0 gap-local-statement-format))
(while (car lnames)
(if (< (+ (current-column) (length (car lnames)))
(insert (car lnames))
(insert "\n" (car lnames))
(setq lnames (cdr lnames))
(if lnames
(insert ",")
(insert-char ? (nth 1 gap-local-statement-format)))))
(insert ";\n"))))))
(defun gap-add-local-variable (ident)
"Add local variable IDENT to the local statement of the current function.
Interactively prompt for name with default being the identifier
at point. If there is no local variable statement yet signal an
error unless `gap-local-variable-inserts-statement' is non-nil in
which case it inserts a local variable statement."
(let ((enable-recursive-minibuffers t)
(try-word (gap-ident-around-point))
(setq val (read-string (format "Variable name (default %s): "
(if (string-equal val "")
(setq val try-word))
(list val)))
(let ((pos (point))
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" nil -1)
(goto-char (match-end 0))
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<local\\>" "\\<function\\>" t t)
(if (not (looking-at "local"))
(if (not gap-local-variable-inserts-statement)
(error "No local statement. Add one first")
(goto-char pos)
(gap-insert-local-variables nil (list ident)))
(setq local-start (point))
(gap-search-forward-end-stmt pos 1 'end)
(forward-char -1)
(if (save-excursion
(re-search-backward (concat "\\<" ident "\\>")
local-start t))
(error "The variable '%s' is already in the local statement" ident)
(insert ", " ident))))))
(defun gap-insert-debug-print ()
"Insert a print statement for debugging purposes.
The statement inserted depends on `gap-insert-debug-name' and
(let (name)
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" nil -1)
(setq name (gap-ident-around-point)))
(open-line 1)
(indent-to (gap-calculate-indent))
(insert gap-insert-debug-name "( \""
(format gap-insert-debug-string name) "\" );")
(backward-char 3)))
;; TODO: hook this into more general completion
(defun gap-completion (&optional full)
"Try to complete word at point.
if `gap-use-dabbrev' is non-nil call `dabbrev-expand' (dynamic
abbreviation). Otherwise contact a running gap process to get a
GAP completion of the word. The value of FULL is passed
unchanged to `gap-complete' or `dabbrev-expand'."
(interactive "*")
(if gap-use-dabbrev
(dabbrev-expand full)
(gap-complete full) ;; defined in gap-process.el
(defun to-tab-stop ()
"Version of `tab-to-tab-stop' that inserts before point."
(if abbrev-mode (expand-abbrev))
(let ((tabs tab-stop-list))
(while (and tabs (>= (current-column) (car tabs)))
(setq tabs (cdr tabs)))
(if tabs
(make-string (- (car tabs) (current-column)) 32))
(insert ? ))))
(defun gap-match-group ()
"Find matching delimiter in GAP.
If point is on a character with bracket syntax, then use
`forward-list' to find matching bracket. Otherwise, check to see
if point is on the first character of 'while', 'for', 'repeat',
'until', 'do', 'od', 'if', 'elif', 'else', 'fi', 'function', or
'end'. If it is, jump to the matching delimiter."
(cond ((looking-at "\\s\(") (forward-list 1) (backward-char 1) t)
((looking-at "\\s\)") (forward-char 1) (backward-list 1) t)
((not (gap-point-in-comment-string))
(cond ((looking-at "\\<if\\>")
(goto-char (match-end 0))
(gap-find-matching "\\<if\\>" "\\<fi\\>"
"\\<\\(else\\|elif\\)\\>" t))
((looking-at "\\<fi\\>")
(gap-find-matching "\\<if\\>" "\\<fi\\>" nil -1))
((looking-at "\\<\\(else\\|elif\\|then\\)\\>")
(goto-char (match-end 0))
(gap-find-matching "\\<if\\>" "\\<fi\\>"
"\\<\\(else\\|elif\\)\\>" t))
((looking-at "\\<do\\>")
(goto-char (match-end 0))
(gap-find-matching "\\<do\\>" "\\<od\\>" nil t))
((looking-at "\\<while\\|for\\|atomic\\>")
(re-search-forward "\\<do\\>" nil t)
(gap-find-matching "\\<do\\>" "\\<od\\>" nil t))
;; repeat/until
((looking-at "\\<repeat\\>")
(goto-char (match-end 0))
(gap-find-matching "\\<repeat\\>" "\\<until\\>" nil t))
((looking-at "\\<until\\>")
(gap-find-matching "\\<repeat\\>" "\\<until\\>" nil -1))
((looking-at "\\<od\\>")
(gap-find-matching "\\<do\\>" "\\<od\\>" nil -1))
((looking-at "\\<function\\>")
(goto-char (match-end 0))
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" nil t))
((looking-at "\\<end\\>")
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" nil -1))
(t nil)))
(t nil)))
;; This seems really innefficient and inelegent, but it's fast enough
;; OMM, so I'm going to stick with it for now
(defun gap-beginning-of-defun (arg)
"Function to use for `beginning-of-defun-function'."
(interactive "^p")
;; move inside the function definition if not at the beginning of a line
(when (> (current-column) 0)
;; If we are not inside a defun, then skip to the inside of the previous one
(and (not (save-excursion
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" nil -1 t)))
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" "\\<end\\>" -1 t)
(backward-char 1))
;; Work our way out to the outermost block
(let ((p (point)))
(while (save-excursion
(and (gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" nil -1 t)
(looking-at "function[^(]*(")
(or (forward-char 1) t) ; just so we don't match the same
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" nil t t)
(> (point) p) ; We have to enclose the point we are at
(setq p (point))))
(goto-char p)
(forward-char 4)))
;; We should be just after the "end;" statement, but if we started
;; just before the "end" then we are where we already want to be.
;; TODO: I need to make this handle end without a semicolon as well.
;; Hmmm.
(when (and (>= (- (point) (point-min)) 4)
(not (looking-at "end")))
(backward-char 4))
;; We are at end of function
;; Handle moving forward
(while (and (< arg 0)
(gap-search-forward-end-stmt nil 1 'end) ; Move past end
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" "\\<function\\>" t t)
(setq arg (1+ arg)))
;; Goto beginning of function
;; Handle moving backwards
(while (and (> arg 1)
(gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" "\\<end\\>" -1 t)
(setq arg (1- arg)))
;; Skip backwards past the documentation
(forward-line -1)
(while (and (> (point) (point-min))
(looking-at "^#[#A-Z]"))
(forward-line -1))
(unless (looking-at "^#[#A-Z]")
(forward-line 1))
;; Signal that we found one
(defun gap-end-of-defun ()
"Function to use for `end-of-defun-function'."
;; Skip past the function statement, so that the searching will find
;; the end of this function definition
(gap-search-forward-end-stmt nil 1 'end)
(if (gap-find-matching "\\<function\\>" "\\<end\\>" nil t t)
(gap-search-forward-end-stmt nil 1 'end)
(goto-char (point-max)))
(when (looking-at "\\s *$")
(forward-line 1)))
;; TODO: Need to make this scroll and keep the input
;; TODO: may need to add a final return
;; TODO: should use `gap-pending-input' etc.
;; comint-postoutput-scroll-to-bottom
(defun gap-eval-region (begin end)
"Send region to GAP interpreter.
If GAP is not running it will signal an error or start it
depending on the value of `gap-auto-start-gap'."
(interactive "r")
(ensure-gap-running nil)
(let ((process (get-buffer-process gap-process-buffer)))
(when (not (eq (process-filter process)
(setq gap-send-state 'normal)
(set-process-filter process 'gap-output-filter))
(display-buffer (process-buffer process))
(with-current-buffer gap-process-buffer
(goto-char (process-mark process)))
(comint-send-region process begin end)
(when (not (string= "\n" (buffer-substring-no-properties (- end 1) end)))
(comint-send-string process "\n"))))
(defun gap-eval-string (buf-str)
"Send string BUF-STR to GAP interpreter.
If GAP is not running it will signal an error or start it
depending on the value of `gap-auto-start-gap'."
(ensure-gap-running nil)
(let ((process (get-buffer-process gap-process-buffer)))
(when (not (eq (process-filter process)
(setq gap-send-state 'normal)
(set-process-filter process 'gap-output-filter))
(display-buffer (process-buffer process))
(with-current-buffer gap-process-buffer
(goto-char (process-mark process)))
(comint-send-string process
(if (string-match "\n\\'" buf-str)
(concat buf-str "\n")))))
(defun gap-eval-buffer ()
"Send entire buffer to GAP interpreter.
See `gap-eval-region'."
(gap-eval-region (point-min) (point-max)))
(defun gap-eval-file (file)
"Send a Read(\"FILE\") statement to GAP interpreter to read a file.
Interactively, it optionally saves current buffer based on the
value of `gap-eval-file-should-save'.
Compare with `gap-eval-buffer' which sends the contents of the
current buffer."
;; If interactive, ask to save buffer (not required), and then send file
(progn (and (buffer-modified-p (current-buffer))
(or (not (eq gap-eval-file-should-save 'query))
(y-or-n-p "Save current buffer? "))
(list (buffer-file-name))))
(gap-eval-string (concat "Read(\"" file "\");")))
(defun gap-eval-defun ()
"Send current function definition to GAP interpreter.
See `gap-eval-region'."
(let* ((beg (progn (gap-beginning-of-defun 1) (point)))
(end (progn (gap-end-of-defun) (point))))
(gap-eval-region beg end))))
(defun gap-eval-last-statement ()
"Send previous statement to the GAP interpreter.
See `gap-eval-region'."
(let* ((beg (progn (gap-search-back-end-stmt nil 1 'beg)
(gap-search-back-end-stmt nil 1 'end)
(gap-skip-forward-to-token nil 1)
(end (progn (gap-search-forward-end-stmt nil 1 'end)
(skip-chars-forward ";")
(gap-eval-region beg end))))
;;{{{ indentaton functions and variables
(defvar gap-end-of-statement
;; in the function section we use [^(] instead of . so that it will
;; match across lines. I simply used ( and ) so that there would be
;; some semblance of matching and these are characters which
;; shouldn't be there.
(concat "\\(;\\|\\<then\\>\\|\\<else\\>\\|\\<do\\>\\|"
"Regular expression matching the end of a GAP statement.")
(defvar gap-increment-indentation-regexp
(concat "^[ \t]*\\("
"Regular expression matching a GAP statement which should increase indentation.")
(defvar gap-decrement-indentation-regexp
(concat "^[ \t]*\\("
"Regular expression matching a GAP statement which should decrease indentation.")
(defvar gap-continued-special-list
;; '
'("#!#" nil 0 t)
'("\\<local\\>[ \t\n]*\\([^ \t\n]\\)" 1 0 nil)
'("\\<return\\>[ \t\n]*\\([^ \t\n]\\)" 1 0 t)
;;'(":=[ \t\n]*function[ \t\n]*(.*)" nil 4 t)
'(":=[ \t\n]*\\([^ \t\n]\\)" 1 0 nil)
'("\\<if\\>[ \t\n]*\\([^ \t\n]\\)" 1 0 nil)
'("\\<until[ \t\n]*\\([^ \t\n]\\)" 1 0 nil))
"Determines special continued lines and indentation for them.
Each entry of the list is of the form (REGEXP N OFFSET TERMINATE)
For each element of this list an indentation level is calculated
and the maximum is used as the new indentation level.
The value of REGEXP is used to search forward (from start of line
initially and from last match otherwise).
If N is nil, jump back to the indentation, otherwise jump to the
beginning of the Nth group of the regexp.
The value of OFFSET is added to the current indentation and this
new value is the one considered.
If TERMINATE is non-nil don't check any further entries.")
(defun gap-ident-around-point ()
"Return the identifier around the point as a string."
(let (beg)
(if (not (looking-at "\\(?:\\_>\\|\\s_\\|\\sw\\)"))
(and (< (point) (point-max))
(forward-char 1))
(re-search-backward "\\_<" nil t)
(setq beg (point))
(re-search-forward "\\_>" nil t)
(buffer-substring beg (point))))))
(defun gap-point-in-comment-string ()
"Return non-nil if point is inside a comment or string."
(let* ((p (point))
(line (buffer-substring (beg-of-line-from-point) p)))
(string-match "\\([^\\\\]\"\\|#\\)"
(gap-strip-line-of-strings line)))))
(defun gap-point-in-comment ()
"Return non-nil if point is inside a comment."
(let* ((p (point))
(line (buffer-substring (beg-of-line-from-point) p)))
(string-match "^[^\"]*#" (gap-strip-line-of-strings line)))))
(defun gap-strip-line-of-strings (line)
"Remove GAP strings from LINE."
;; When stripping strings we change "aaa\"bbb" into "bbb" thus
;; allowing us to deal with strings with embedded double quotes
;; which otherwise caused problems.
;; TODO: this is ugly, perhaps we can use properties so that
;; font-lock does the hard work for us. Better yet we could use
;; sexp-parsing, e.g. kill-sexp
(while (string-match
(concat "\\(?:\\\\\\\\\\)*" ; an even number of backslashes
"\\(\"\\)" ; open quote
"[^\"]*?" ; non-greedy matching of
; non-quote characters so that
; backslashes all get matched
; in the next section
"\\(?:\\\\\\\\\\)*" ; even number of backslashes
"\\(\\\\\\)?" ; optional odd backslash
"\"" ; close quote
(setq line (concat (substring line 0 (match-beginning 1))
(if (match-beginning 2) "\"")
(substring line (match-end 0)))))
(defun gap-strip-line-of-brackets (line)
"Remove set of brackets from LINE.
Currently not used."
(while (or (string-match "([^()]*)" line)
(string-match "\\[[^\\[\\]]*\\]" line)
(string-match "{[^{}]*}" line))
(setq line (concat (substring line 0 (match-beginning 0))
(substring line (match-end 0)))))
(defun gap-strip-line-of-comments (line)
"Remove GAP comments from LINE.
It assumes that there are no GAP strings in LINE."
(while (string-match "#.*[\n\C-m]" line)
(setq line (concat (substring line 0 (match-beginning 0))
(substring line (match-end 0)))))
(defun gap-strip-strings-comments (stmt)
"Remove GAP strings and comments from STMT.
See `gap-strip-line-of-comments' and `gap-strip-line-of-strings'."
(gap-strip-line-of-strings stmt)))
(defun gap-skip-forward-to-token (limit ret)
"Skip forward from point to first character that is not in a comment.
Will not search past LIMIT. If RET is non-nil then do not signal
an error if no match is found."
(while (and (if (not (re-search-forward "[^ \t\n\C-m]" limit ret))
(goto-char (match-beginning 0))
(if (looking-at "#")
(re-search-forward "[\n\C-m]" limit ret)
(defun end-of-line-from-point (&optional p)
"Return point at end of current line.
If P is non-nil then return end of line at that buffer position."
(if p (goto-char p))
(defun beg-of-line-from-point (&optional p)
"Return at beginning of current line.
If P is non-nil then return end of line at that buffer position."
(if p (goto-char p))
;; TODO: see if I really need these anymore. How do I turn on selective display??
(defun gap-beginning-of-line ()
"Go to the beginning of the current line.
Accounts for selective display (^M)."
(if (re-search-backward "[\n\C-m]" nil 1)
(forward-char 1)))
(defun gap-end-of-line ()
"Go to the end of the current line.
Accounts for selective display (^M)."
(if (re-search-forward "[\n\C-m]" nil 1)
(forward-char -1)))
(defun lines-indentation (&optional p)
"Return number of characters of indentation on the current line.
When P is non-nil return information for the line as if point
were at that buffer position."
(if p (goto-char p))
(+ (- (progn (gap-beginning-of-line) (point)))
(progn (skip-chars-forward " \t") (point)))))
(defun gap-looking-at (s)
"Like `looking-at', but accounts for selective display (^M)."
(if (eq (substring s 0 1) "^")
(setq s (concat "[\n\C-m]" (substring s 1)))
(forward-char -1)))
(looking-at s)))
(defun gap-back-to-indentation ()
"Go to first before the non indentation character.
Accounts for selective display (^M)."
(skip-chars-forward " \t"))
;;! Fix member function?!
(defun memberequal (x y)
"Like `memq', but uses `equal' for comparison.
This is a subr in Emacs 19."
(while (and y (not (equal x (car y))))
(setq y (cdr y)))
;; Note- for the purposes of indentation calculations, the following
;; statement segments are considered to be fully contained statements:
;; ... function (...)
;; for ... do
;; while ... do
;; od;
;; repeat
;; if ... then
;; else
;; elif .. then
;; fi;
(defun gap-debug-inform (base ind prev this &optional note)
"Print statement detailing why the current line is indented as it is."
(concat (if base (format "Base:%d " base))
(if ind (format "Ind:%d " ind))
(if prev (format "Prev:|%s| "
(if (< (length prev) 20)
(concat (substring prev 0 9) "..."
(substring prev -9)))))
(if this (format "This:|%s|"
(if (< (length this) 20)
(concat (substring this 0 9) "..."
(substring this -9)))))
(if note (format " (%s)" note))
(defun gap-calculate-indent ()
"Calculate indentation of current line."
(let ((pos (point))
this-stmt this-beg this-end
last-stmt last-beg last-end
;; extract this statement
(gap-search-back-end-stmt nil 1 'end)
(setq last-end (point))
(gap-skip-forward-to-token pos 1)
(setq this-beg (point))
(gap-search-forward-end-stmt (end-of-line-from-point pos) 1 'end)
(setq this-end (point))
(setq this-stmt (gap-strip-strings-comments
(buffer-substring this-beg this-end)))
;; First check if this is a continued line and handle that.
(if (setq ind (gap-calc-continued-stmt
this-stmt this-beg this-end pos))
;; Not a continued line. Find the previous statement.
(goto-char last-end)
(gap-search-back-end-stmt nil 1 'beg) ; jump to beginning of
; the end of last stmt
(gap-search-back-end-stmt nil 1 'end) ; jump to end of the end of the
; stmt before the last stmt
(gap-skip-forward-to-token nil t) ; skip forward to start of last
(setq last-beg (point))
(setq last-stmt (gap-strip-strings-comments
(buffer-substring last-beg last-end)))
;; Now find the indentation
(setq ind (gap-calc-new-stmt
this-stmt this-beg this-end
last-stmt last-beg last-end)))
;; return the indentation
(defun gap-calc-new-stmt (this-stmt this-beg this-end
last-stmt last-beg last-end)
"Find indentation for a new statement in GAP."
(let ((ind 0)
(goto-char last-beg)
;; Indent based on current and previous statements
(if (string-match gap-increment-indentation-regexp last-stmt)
(setq ind (+ ind gap-indent-step)))
(if (string-match gap-decrement-indentation-regexp this-stmt)
(setq ind (- ind gap-indent-step)))
;; We are at the beginning of the previous line
(let ((p (point))
(last-was-decr nil)
(more-than-one-command-on-last-line nil))
(goto-char last-beg)
;; Increment/decrement for all statements on the previous line
(while (and (not (eq (point) (save-excursion (gap-back-to-indentation) (point))))
(gap-search-back-end-stmt nil 1 'beg)
(gap-search-back-end-stmt nil 1 'end))
(gap-skip-forward-to-token nil t)
(let ((str (buffer-substring (point) last-beg)))
(if (string-match gap-increment-indentation-regexp str)
(setq ind (+ ind gap-indent-step)))
(if (string-match gap-decrement-indentation-regexp str)
(setq ind (- ind gap-indent-step)
last-was-decr t)
(setq last-was-decr nil)))
(setq last-beg (point)
more-than-one-command-on-last-line t)) ; end while
;; If the last statement that we saw (working backwards) was a
;; decrement, then we can ignore it since it was already taken
;; into account:
;; if 4>3 then x:= 3;
;; fi; if 4>3 then
;; x:= 3;
;; fi;
(if last-was-decr
(setq ind (+ ind gap-indent-step)))
;; Handle cases like
;; if 4>3 then return([]); fi;
(if (and more-than-one-command-on-last-line
(string-match gap-decrement-indentation-regexp last-stmt))
(setq ind (- ind gap-indent-step))))
;; Determine the base from the most recent statement which is the
;; first on the line (this is where we ended from the while loop)
(setq base (progn (gap-back-to-indentation) (current-column))
ind (+ base ind))
(if gap-debug-indent
(gap-debug-inform base ind last-stmt this-stmt))
(defun gap-calc-continued-stmt (this-stmt this-beg this-end pos)
"Calculate indentation for a statement which is continued from the previous line."
;; now check to see if we have a continued line or not
(goto-char this-beg)
(if (not (save-excursion (re-search-forward "[\n\C-m]" pos t)))
;; we are on a continued line. Handle it and return indentation.
(let ((bracks (if gap-indent-brackets
(gap-calc-brackets this-beg pos)
;; Right. Now check to see if our special
;; continued line reg-exp matches this statment
(goto-char this-beg)
;; If it is not a special continued line, then the indentation
;; will be...
(setq ind (+ (lines-indentation this-beg)
;; Now must check whether statement matches special indentation
;; regular expression.
(setq ind-special nil)
(let ((special-list gap-continued-special-list))
(while special-list
(let ((regexp (nth 0 (car special-list)))
(match (nth 1 (car special-list)))
(offset (nth 2 (car special-list)))
(term (nth 3 (car special-list))))
(if (not (gap-searcher 're-search-forward
pos t
(if (numberp match)
'(match-beginning match))))
;; No match, try next one.
(setq special-list (cdr special-list))
;; Found a match! Great
(if term
(setq special-list nil)
(setq special-list (cdr special-list)))
(if (null match)
(setq ind-special (max (if (null ind-special) 0 ind-special)
(+ (current-column) offset)))))))
;; Now decide on the actual indentation.
(cond ( (and bracks ind-special)
;; both special stmt and within brackets.
(setq ind
(max ind-special
(if gap-bracket-threshold
(min (car bracks)
(+ (max ind-special (cdr bracks))
(car bracks))))
(if gap-debug-indent
(gap-debug-inform ind-special ind nil this-stmt
"Special & Brackets")))
( bracks
;; within brackets.
(setq ind
(if gap-bracket-threshold
(min (car bracks)
(+ (cdr bracks) gap-bracket-threshold))
(car bracks)))
(if gap-debug-indent
(gap-debug-inform (cdr bracks) ind nil this-stmt
( ind-special
;; just on special indentation line (no bracketing)
(setq ind ind-special)
(if gap-debug-indent
(gap-debug-inform nil ind nil this-stmt
( t
;; otherwise, don't adjust standard indentation
(if gap-debug-indent
(gap-debug-inform nil ind this-stmt
(defun gap-calc-brackets (this-beg pos)
"Return information about indentation due to unclosed brackets.
Return nil if there is no unfinished bracket list. Otherwise
return a pair (IND . BASE). The value of IND is the amount of
indentation due to bracketing, and BASE is the indentation of the
line where bracket grouping started."
(goto-char pos)
(let ((brack-level -1) ind-brack base-brack)
(while (and (< brack-level 0)
(gap-searcher 're-search-backward
"\\(\\s(\\|\\s)\\)" this-beg t))
(cond ((looking-at "\\s(")
(setq brack-level (1+ brack-level)))
((looking-at "\\s)")
(setq brack-level (1- brack-level)))))
(if (not (= brack-level 0))
;; Not within unclosed brackets.
;; Yes we are within unclosed brackets.
(setq base-brack (current-indentation))
(forward-char 1)
(skip-chars-forward " \t")
(setq ind-brack (current-column))
;; return cons of indentation level due to bracks, and the base
(cons ind-brack base-brack))))
(defun gap-searcher (search-func object &optional bound silent move)
"Use function SEARCH-FUNC to search for OBJECT.
Also passes BOUND for specifying the character position bounding
the search and SILENT to tell search routines that they should
not signal errors.
If MOVE is non-nil move point to the buffer position returned by
evaluating MOVE after each search. This is for moving to the
beginning or end of groups in the regexp, e.g. use
'(match-beginning 0).
The search skips matches occurring in comments or strings."
(let ((done nil)
return pos)
(while (not done)
(if (not (apply search-func object bound silent nil))
(setq done t
return nil)
;; move to position asked
(setq pos (if move
(eval move)
;; Make sure that we haven't hit a string/comment!
(if (gap-point-in-comment-string)
;; in comment/string! Not finished yet. Try again.
;; Found the position.
(goto-char pos)
(setq done t
return t))))
(defun gap-find-matching (breg ereg &optional also forw noerr)
"Search backward to find BREG or forward to find EREG.
Skips over BREG/EREG pairs. For example, this allows searching
for the end of the current function definition while ignoring any
functions defined locally. If regexp ALSO is defined, then also
stop on it if found.
If FORW is nil then it will attempt to determine which direction
to search. If FORW it t, then match forward instead of trying to
figure it out, and if FORW is -1, then it will match backward.
If NOERR is non-nil then do not produce an error if nothing is
found, simply return nil."
(let ((p (point))
(searcher 're-search-forward)
(inc breg) ;; Everytime we see this, increment counter
(dec ereg) ;; Everytime we see this, decrement counter
(c 1)
(d t) ;; d=t => direction forward
(p1 (point)))
(cond ((eq forw nil)
(cond ((or (looking-at breg) (and also (looking-at also)))
(setq p1 (match-end 0)))
((looking-at ereg)
(setq p1 (match-beginning 0))
(setq searcher 're-search-backward
inc ereg
dec breg
d nil))))
((eq forw -1)
(setq p1 (point))
(setq searcher 're-search-backward
inc ereg
dec breg
d nil)))
(goto-char p1)
(while (and (> c 0) (apply searcher (concat "\\(" breg "\\|" ereg
(if also "\\|") also "\\)")
nil t nil))
(setq p1 (match-beginning 0))
(if (not (gap-point-in-comment-string))
(goto-char p1)
(if (and (= c 1) also (looking-at also))
(setq c 0)
(setq c (+ c (cond ((looking-at inc) 1)
((looking-at dec) -1)
(t 0)))))
(if (= c 0) (setq p (point))))))
(if (not (= c 0))
(if noerr
(setq p nil)
(error "No match!"))
(goto-char p))
(defun gap-search-back-end-stmt (limit ret goto)
"Search backward from point for the end of a GAP statement.
Will not go farther than LIMIT. If RET is non-nil then move
point to LIMIT if no match is found. If GOTO is the symbol end,
then goto the end of the statement, else to the beginning of the
end statement."
(if (not (gap-searcher 're-search-backward ; searcher to use.
gap-end-of-statement ; regular expression.
limit ; bound for search.
(if ret 1 t) ; return nil if no match
; and goto bound if RET.
(if (eq goto 'end)
'(match-end 0)
'(match-beginning 0))))
;; not found. Move to limit if so asked
;; now make sure we skip over multiple semi-colons
(while (and (not (eq goto 'end))
(looking-at ";")
(> (point) (point-min)))
(forward-char -1))
(defun gap-search-forward-end-stmt (limit ret goto)
"Search backward from point for the end of a GAP statement.
Will not go farther than LIMIT. If RET is non-nil then move
point to LIMIT if no match is found. If GOTO is the symbol end,
then goto the end of the statement, else to the beginning of the
end statement."
(if (not (gap-searcher 're-search-forward ; searcher to use.
gap-end-of-statement ; regular expression.
limit ; bound for search.
(if ret 1 t) ; return nil if no match
; and goto bound if RET.
(if (eq goto 'end)
'(match-end 0)
'(match-beginning 0))))
;; not found. Move to limit if so asked
;; now make sure we skip over multiple semi-colons
(while (and (not (eq goto 'end))
(looking-at ";")
(> (point) (point-min)))
(forward-char -1))
;;{{{ Setup auto-mode-alist
(add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist
(cons (concat "\\."
(regexp-opt '("gap" "g" "gd" "gi") t)
(provide 'gap-mode)
;;; gap-mode.el ends here