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;;; idlw-complete-structtag.el --- Completion of structure tags.
;; Copyright (c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008,
;; 2009, 2010 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;;
;; Author: Carsten Dominik <dominik _AT_ astro.uva.nl>
;; Maintainer: J.D. Smith <jdsmith _AT_ alum.mit.edu>
;; Version: 1.2
;; Keywords: languages
;; This file is part of GNU Emacs.
;; GNU Emacs is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;; (at your option) any later version.
;; GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with GNU Emacs. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
;;; Commentary:
;; Completion of structure tags can be done automatically in the
;; shell, since the list of tags can be determined dynamically through
;; interaction with IDL.
;; Completion of structure tags in a source buffer is highly ambiguous
;; since you never know what kind of structure a variable will hold at
;; runtime. To make this feature useful in source buffers, we need a
;; special assumption/convention. We will assume that the structure is
;; defined in the same buffer and directly assigned to the correct
;; variable. This is mainly useful for applications in which there is one
;; main structure which contains a large amount of information (and many
;; tags). For example, many widget applications define a "state" structure
;; that contains all important data about the application. The different
;; routines called by the event handler then use this structure. If you
;; use the same variable name for this structure throughout your
;; application (a good idea for many reasons), IDLWAVE can support
;; completion for its tags.
;;
;; This file is a completion plugin which implements this kind of
;; completion. It is also an example which shows how completion plugins
;; should be programmed.
;;
;; New versions of IDLWAVE, documentation, and more information available
;; from:
;; http://github.com/jdtsmith/idlwave
;;
;; INSTALLATION
;; ============
;; Put this file on the emacs load path and load it with the following
;; line in your .emacs file:
;;
;; (add-hook 'idlwave-load-hook
;; (lambda () (require 'idlw-complete-structtag)))
;;
;; DESCRIPTION
;; ===========
;; Suppose your IDL program contains something like
;;
;; myvar = state.a*
;;
;; where the star marks the cursor position. If you now press the
;; completion key M-TAB, IDLWAVE searches the current file for a
;; structure definition
;;
;; state = {tag1:val1, tag2:val2, ...}
;;
;; and offers the tags for completion.
;;
;; In the idlwave shell, idlwave sends a "print,tag_names()" for the
;; variable to idl and determines the current tag list dynamically for
;; completion.
;;
;; Notes
;; -----
;; - The structure definition assignment "state = {...}" must use the
;; same variable name as the completion location "state.*". (except
;; in the Shell, where structure tags will be determined
;; interactively).
;; - The structure definition must be in the same file.
;; - The structure definition is searched backwards and then forward
;; from the current position, until a definition with tags is found.
;; - The file is parsed again for each new completion variable and location.
;; - You can force an update of the tag list with the usual command
;; to update routine info in IDLWAVE: C-c C-i
(require 'idlwave)
(declare-function idlwave-shell-buffer "idlw-shell")
;; Some variables to identify the previously used structure
(defvar idlwave-current-tags-var nil)
(defvar idlwave-current-tags-buffer nil)
(defvar idlwave-current-tags-completion-pos nil)
;; The tag list used for completion will be stored in the following vars
(defvar idlwave-current-struct-tags nil)
(defvar idlwave-sint-structtags nil)
;; Create the sintern type for structure talks
(add-hook 'idlwave-load-hook
(lambda () (idlwave-new-sintern-type 'structtag)))
;; Hook the plugin into idlwave
(add-to-list 'idlwave-complete-special 'idlwave-complete-structure-tag)
(add-hook 'idlwave-update-rinfo-hook 'idlwave-structtag-reset)
;;; The main code follows below
(defun idlwave-complete-structure-tag ()
"Complete a structure tag.
This works by looking in the current file for a structure assignment to a
variable with the same name and takes the tags from there. Quite useful
for big structures like the state variables of a widget application.
In the idlwave shell, the current content of the variable is used to get
an up-to-date completion list."
(interactive)
(let ((pos (point))
start
(case-fold-search t))
(if (save-excursion
;; Check if the context is right.
;; In the shell, this could be extended to expressions like
;; x[i+4].name.g*. But it is complicated because we would have
;; to really parse this expression. For now, we allow only
;; substructures, like "aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd"
(skip-chars-backward "[a-zA-Z0-9._$]")
(setq start (point)) ;; remember the start of the completion pos.
(and (< (point) pos)
(not (equal (char-before) ?!)) ; no sysvars
(looking-at "\\([a-zA-Z][.a-zA-Z0-9_]*\\)\\.")
(>= pos (match-end 0))
(not (string= (downcase (match-string 1)) "self"))))
(let* ((var (downcase (match-string 1))))
;; Check if we need to update the "current" structure. Basically we
;; do it always, except for subsequent completions at the same
;; spot, to save a bit of time. Implementation: We require
;; an update if
;; - the variable is different or
;; - the buffer is different or
;; - we are completing at a different position
(if (or (not (string= var (or idlwave-current-tags-var "@")))
(not (eq (current-buffer) idlwave-current-tags-buffer))
(not (equal start idlwave-current-tags-completion-pos)))
(idlwave-prepare-structure-tag-completion var ))
(setq idlwave-current-tags-completion-pos start)
(setq idlwave-completion-help-info
(list 'idlwave-complete-structure-tag-help))
(idlwave-complete-in-buffer 'structtag 'structtag
idlwave-current-struct-tags nil
"Select a structure tag" "structure tag")
t) ; we did the completion: return t to skip other completions
nil))) ; return nil to allow looking for other ways to complete
(defun idlwave-structtag-reset ()
"Force an update of the current structure tag list upon next use."
(setq idlwave-current-tags-buffer nil))
(defvar idlwave-structtag-struct-location nil
"The location of the structure definition, for help display.")
(defun idlwave-prepare-structure-tag-completion (var)
"Find and parse the tag list for structure tag completion."
;; This works differently in source buffers and in the shell
(if (eq major-mode 'idlwave-shell-mode)
;; OK, we are in the shell, do it dynamically
(progn
(message "preparing shell tags")
;; The following call puts the tags into `idlwave-current-struct-tags'
(idlwave-complete-structure-tag-query-shell var)
;; initialize
(setq idlwave-sint-structtags nil
idlwave-current-tags-buffer (current-buffer)
idlwave-current-tags-var var
idlwave-structtag-struct-location (point)
idlwave-current-struct-tags
(mapcar (lambda (x)
(list (idlwave-sintern-structtag x 'set)))
idlwave-current-struct-tags))
(if (not idlwave-current-struct-tags)
(error "Cannot complete structure tags of variable %s" var)))
;; Not the shell, so probably a source buffer.
(unless
(catch 'exit
(save-excursion
(goto-char (point-max))
;; Find possible definitions of the structure.
(while (idlwave-find-structure-definition var nil 'all)
(let ((tags (idlwave-struct-tags)))
(when tags
;; initialize
(setq idlwave-sint-structtags nil
idlwave-current-tags-buffer (current-buffer)
idlwave-current-tags-var var
idlwave-structtag-struct-location (point)
idlwave-current-struct-tags
(mapcar (lambda (x)
(list (idlwave-sintern-structtag x 'set)))
tags))
(throw 'exit t))))))
(error "Cannot complete structure tags of variable %s" var))))
(defun idlwave-complete-structure-tag-query-shell (var)
"Ask the shell for the tags of the structure in variable or expression VAR."
(idlwave-shell-send-command
(format "if size(%s,/TYPE) eq 8 then print,tag_names(%s)" var var)
'idlwave-complete-structure-tag-get-tags-from-help
'hide 'wait))
(defvar idlwave-shell-prompt-pattern)
(defvar idlwave-shell-command-output)
(defun idlwave-complete-structure-tag-get-tags-from-help ()
"Filter structure tag name output, result to `idlwave-current-struct-tags'."
(setq idlwave-current-struct-tags
(if (string-match (concat "tag_names(.*) *\n"
"\\(\\(.*[\r\n]?\\)*\\)")
idlwave-shell-command-output)
(split-string (match-string 1 idlwave-shell-command-output)))))
;; Fake help in the source buffer for structure tags.
(defvar idlwave-help-do-struct-tag)
(defun idlwave-complete-structure-tag-help (mode word)
(cond
((eq mode 'test)
;; fontify only in source buffers, not in the shell.
(or (not (fboundp 'idlwave-shell-buffer))
(not (equal idlwave-current-tags-buffer
(get-buffer (idlwave-shell-buffer))))))
((eq mode 'set)
(setq kwd word ;; dynamic var
idlwave-help-do-struct-tag idlwave-structtag-struct-location))
(t (error "This should not happen"))))
(provide 'idlw-complete-structtag)
;;; idlw-complete-structtag.el ends here
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