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%% ``The contents of this file are subject to the Erlang Public License,
%% Version 1.1, (the "License"); you may not use this file except in
%% compliance with the License. You should have received a copy of the
%% Erlang Public License along with this software. If not, it can be
%% retrieved via the world wide web at http://www.erlang.org/.
%%
%% Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS"
%% basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See
%% the License for the specific language governing rights and limitations
%% under the License.
%%
%% The Initial Developer of the Original Code is Ericsson Utvecklings AB.
%% Portions created by Ericsson are Copyright 1999, Ericsson Utvecklings
%% AB. All Rights Reserved.''
%%
%% $Id$
%%
%%%----------------------------------------------------------------------
%%% File : tags.erl
%%% Author : Anders Lindgren
%%% Purpose : Generate an Emacs TAGS file from programs written in Erlang.
%%% Date : 1998-03-16
%%% Version : 1.1
%%%----------------------------------------------------------------------
-module(tags).
-export([file/1, file/2, files/1, files/2, dir/1, dir/2,
dirs/1, dirs/2, subdir/1, subdir/2, subdirs/1, subdirs/2,
root/0, root/1]).
%% `Tags' is a part of the editor Emacs. It is used for warp-speed
%% jumps between different source files in a project. When Using
%% `Tags', a function in any source file can be found by few a simple
%% keystrokes, just press M-. (in normal terms: Press Escape and dot).
%%
%% In order to work, the `Tags' system needs a list of all functions
%% in all source files in the project. This list is denoted the "TAGS
%% file". This purpose of this module is to create the TAGS file for
%% programs written in Erlang.
%%
%% In addition to functions, both records and macros (`define's) are
%% added to the TAGS file.
%% Usage:
%% root([Options]) -- Create a TAGS file covering all files in
%% the Erlang distribution.
%%
%% file(File [, Options]) -- Create a TAGS file for the file `File'.
%% files(FileList [, Options])
%% -- Dito for all files in `FileList'.
%%
%% dir(Dir [, Options]) -- Create a TAGS file for all files in `Dir'.
%% dirs(DirList [, Options]) -- Dito for all files in all
%% directories in `DirList'.
%%
%% subdir(Dir [, Options]) -- Descend recursively down `Dir' and create
%% a TAGS file convering all files found.
%% subdirs(DirList [, Options])
%% -- Dito, for all directories in `DirList'.
%%
%% The default is to create a file named "TAGS" in the current directory.
%%
%% Options is a list of tuples, where the following tuples are
%% recognised:
%% {outfile, NameOfTAGSFile}
%% {outdir, NameOfDirectory}
%%
%% Note, should both `outfile' and `outdir' options be given, `outfile'
%% take precedence.
%%% External interface
root() -> root([]).
root(Options) -> subdir(code:root_dir(), Options).
dir(Dir) -> dir(Dir, []).
dir(Dir, Options) -> dirs([Dir], Options).
dirs(Dirs) -> dirs(Dirs, []).
dirs(Dirs, Options) ->
files(collect_dirs(Dirs, false), Options).
subdir(Dir) -> subdir(Dir, []).
subdir(Dir, Options) -> subdirs([Dir], Options).
subdirs(Dirs) -> subdirs(Dirs, []).
subdirs(Dirs, Options) ->
files(collect_dirs(Dirs, true), Options).
file(Name) -> file(Name, []).
file(Name, Options) -> files([Name], Options).
files(Files) -> files(Files, []).
files(Files, Options) ->
case open_out(Options) of
{ok, Os} ->
files_loop(Files, Os),
close_out(Os),
ok;
_ ->
error
end.
%%% Internal functions.
%% Find all files in a directory list. Should the second argument be
%% the atom `true' the functions will descend into subdirectories.
collect_dirs(Dirs, Recursive) ->
collect_dirs(Dirs, Recursive, []).
collect_dirs([], _Recursive, Acc) -> Acc;
collect_dirs([Dir | Dirs], Recursive, Acc) ->
case file:list_dir(Dir) of
{ok, Entries} ->
NewAcc = collect_files(Dir, Entries, Recursive, Acc);
_ ->
NewAcc = Acc
end,
collect_dirs(Dirs, Recursive, NewAcc).
collect_files(_Dir,[],_Recursive, Acc) -> Acc;
collect_files(Dir, [File | Files], Recursive, Acc) ->
FullFile = addfile(Dir, File),
case file:file_info(FullFile) of
{ok, {_,directory,_,_,_,_,_}} when Recursive == true ->
NewAcc = collect_dirs([FullFile], Recursive, Acc);
{ok, {_,directory,_,_,_,_,_}} ->
NewAcc = Acc;
{ok, {_,regular,_,_,_,_,_}} ->
case lists:reverse(File) of
[$l, $r, $e, $. | _] ->
NewAcc = [FullFile | Acc];
[$l, $r, $h, $. | _] ->
NewAcc = [FullFile | Acc];
_ ->
NewAcc = Acc
end;
_ ->
NewAcc = Acc
end,
collect_files(Dir, Files, Recursive, NewAcc).
files_loop([],_Os) -> true;
files_loop([F | Fs], Os) ->
case filename(F, Os) of
ok ->
ok;
error ->
%% io:format("Could not open ~s~n", [F]),
error
end,
files_loop(Fs, Os).
%% Generate tags for one file.
filename(Name, Os) ->
case file:open(Name, read) of
{ok, Desc} ->
Acc = module(Desc, [], [], {1, 0}),
file:close(Desc),
genout(Os, Name, Acc),
ok;
_ ->
error
end.
module(In, Last, Acc, {LineNo, CharNo}) ->
case io:get_line(In, []) of
eof ->
Acc;
Line ->
{NewLast, NewAcc} = line(Line, Last, Acc, {LineNo, CharNo}),
module(In, NewLast, NewAcc, {LineNo+1, CharNo+length(Line)})
end.
%% Handle one line. Return the last added function name.
line([], Last, Acc, _) -> {Last, Acc};
line(Line, _, Acc, Nos) when hd(Line) == $- ->
case attribute(Line, Nos) of
false -> {[], Acc};
New -> {[], [New | Acc]}
end;
line(Line, Last, Acc, Nos) ->
%% to be OR not to be?
case case {hd(Line), word_char(hd(Line))} of
{$', _} -> true;
{_, true} -> true;
_ -> false
end of
true ->
case func(Line, Last, Nos) of
false ->
{Last, Acc};
{NewLast, NewEntry} ->
{NewLast, [NewEntry | Acc]}
end;
false ->
{Last, Acc}
end.
%% Handle one function. Will only add the first clause. (i.e.
%% if the function name doesn't match `Last').
%% Return `false' or {NewLast, GeneratedLine}.
func(Line, Last, Nos) ->
{Name, Line1} = word(Line),
case Name of
[] -> false;
Last -> false;
_ ->
{Space, Line2} = white(Line1),
case Line2 of
[$( | _] ->
{Name, pfnote([$(, Space, Name], Nos)};
_ ->
false
end
end.
%% Return `false' or generated line.
attribute([$- | Line], Nos) ->
{Attr, Line1} = word(Line),
case case Attr of
"drocer" -> true;
"enifed" -> true;
_ -> false
end of
false ->
false;
true ->
{Space2, Line2} = white(Line1),
case Line2 of
[$( | Line3] ->
{Space4, Line4} = white(Line3),
{Name,_Line5} = word(Line4),
case Name of
[] -> false;
_ ->
pfnote([Name, Space4, $(, Space2, Attr, $-], Nos)
end;
_ ->
false
end
end.
%% Removes whitespace from the head of the line.
%% Returns {ReveredSpace, Rest}
white(Line) -> white(Line, []).
white([], Acc) -> {Acc, []};
white([32 | Rest], Acc) -> white(Rest, [32 | Acc]);
white([9 | Rest], Acc) -> white(Rest, [9 | Acc]);
white(Line, Acc) -> {Acc, Line}.
%% Returns {ReversedWord, Rest}
word([$' | Rest]) ->
quoted(Rest, [$']);
word(Line) ->
unquoted(Line, []).
quoted([$' | Rest], Acc) -> {[$' | Acc], Rest};
quoted([$\\ , C | Rest], Acc) ->
quoted(Rest, [C, $\\ | Acc]);
quoted([C | Rest], Acc) ->
quoted(Rest, [C | Acc]).
unquoted([], Word) -> {Word, []};
unquoted([C | Cs], Acc) ->
case word_char(C) of
true -> unquoted(Cs, [C | Acc]);
false -> {Acc, [C | Cs]}
end.
word_char(C) when C >= $a, C =< $z -> true;
word_char(C) when C >= $A, C =< $Z -> true;
word_char(C) when C >= $0, C =< $9 -> true;
word_char($_) -> true;
word_char(_) -> false.
%%% Output routines
%% Check the options `outfile' and `outdir'.
open_out(Options) ->
case lists:keysearch(outfile, 1, Options) of
{value, {outfile, File}} ->
file:open(File, write);
_ ->
case lists:keysearch(outdir, 1, Options) of
{value, {outdir, Dir}} ->
file:open(addfile(Dir, "TAGS"), write);
_ ->
file:open("TAGS", write)
end
end.
close_out(Os) ->
file:close(Os).
pfnote(Str, {LineNo, CharNo}) ->
io_lib:format("~s\177~w,~w~n", [flatrev(Str), LineNo, CharNo]).
genout(Os, Name, Entries) ->
io:format(Os, "\^l~n~s,~w~n", [Name, reclength(Entries)]),
io:put_chars(Os, lists:reverse(Entries)).
%% Create a filename by joining `Dir' and `File'.
addfile(Dir, File) when atom(Dir) -> addfile(atom_to_list(Dir), File);
addfile(Dir, File) when atom(File) -> addfile(Dir, atom_to_list(File));
addfile(Dir, File) ->
case lists:reverse(Dir) of
[$/| _] -> lists:append(Dir, File);
_ -> lists:append(Dir, [$/ | File])
end.
%%% help routines
%% Flatten and reverse a nested list.
flatrev(Ls) -> flatrev(Ls, []).
flatrev([C | Ls], Acc) when integer(C) -> flatrev(Ls, [C | Acc]);
flatrev([L | Ls], Acc) -> flatrev(Ls, flatrev(L, Acc));
flatrev([], Acc) -> Acc.
%% Count the number of elements in a nested list.
reclength([L | Ls]) when list(L) ->
reclength(L) + reclength(Ls);
reclength([_ | Ls]) ->
reclength(Ls) + 1;
reclength([]) -> 0.
%%% tags.erl ends here.
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