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;;; haskell-decl-scan.el --- Declaration scanning module for Haskell Mode
;; Copyright (C) 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Copyright (C) 1997-1998 Graeme E Moss
;; Author: 1997-1998 Graeme E Moss <>
;; Maintainer: Stefan Monnier <>
;; Keywords: declarations menu files Haskell
;; URL:
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;;; Commentary:
;; Purpose:
;; Top-level declarations are scanned and placed in a menu. Supports
;; full Latin1 Haskell 1.4 as well as literate scripts.
;; Installation:
;; To turn declaration scanning on for all Haskell buffers under the
;; Haskell mode of Moss&Thorn, add this to .emacs:
;; (add-hook 'haskell-mode-hook 'turn-on-haskell-decl-scan)
;; Otherwise, call `turn-on-haskell-decl-scan'.
;; Customisation:
;; None available so far.
;; History:
;; If you have any problems or suggestions, after consulting the list
;; below, email quoting the version of the library
;; you are using, the version of Emacs you are using, and a small
;; example of the problem or suggestion. Note that this library
;; requires a reasonably recent version of Emacs.
;; Uses `imenu' under Emacs, and `func-menu' under XEmacs.
;; Version 1.2:
;; Added support for LaTeX-style literate scripts.
;; Version 1.1:
;; Use own syntax table. Fixed bug for very small buffers. Use
;; markers instead of pointers (markers move with the text).
;; Version 1.0:
;; Brought over from Haskell mode v1.1.
;; Present Limitations/Future Work (contributions are most welcome!):
;; . Declarations requiring information extending beyond starting line
;; don't get scanned properly, eg.
;; > class Eq a =>
;; > Test a
;; . Comments placed in the midst of the first few lexemes of a
;; declaration will cause havoc, eg.
;; > infixWithComments :: Int -> Int -> Int
;; > x {-nastyComment-} `infixWithComments` y = x + y
;; but are not worth worrying about.
;; . Would be nice to scan other top-level declarations such as
;; methods of a class, datatype field labels... any more?
;; . Support for GreenCard?
;; . Re-running (literate-)haskell-imenu should not cause the problems
;; that it does. The ability to turn off scanning would also be
;; useful. (Note that re-running (literate-)haskell-mode seems to
;; cause no problems.)
;; . Inconsistency: we define the start of a declaration in `imenu' as
;; the start of the line the declaration starts on, but in
;; `func-menu' as the start of the name that the declaration is
;; given (eg. "class Eq a => Ord a ..." starts at "class" in `imenu'
;; but at "Ord" in `func-menu'). This avoids rescanning of the
;; buffer by the goto functions of `func-menu' but allows `imenu' to
;; have the better definition of the start of the declaration (IMO).
;; . `func-menu' cannot cope well with spaces in declaration names.
;; This is unavoidable in "instance Eq Int" (changing the spaces to
;; underscores would cause rescans of the buffer). Note though that
;; `fume-prompt-function-goto' (usually bound to "C-c g") does cope
;; with spaces okay.
;; . Would like to extend the goto functions given by `func-menu'
;; under XEmacs to Emacs. Would have to implement these
;; ourselves as `imenu' does not provide them.
;; . `func-menu' uses its own syntax table when grabbing a declaration
;; name to lookup (why doesn't it use the syntax table of the
;; buffer?) so some declaration names will not be grabbed correctly,
;; eg. "fib'" will be grabbed as "fib" since "'" is not a word or
;; symbol constituent under the syntax table `func-menu' uses.
;; All functions/variables start with
;; `(turn-(on/off)-)haskell-decl-scan' or `haskell-ds-'.
;; The imenu support is based on code taken from `hugs-mode',
;; thanks go to Chris Van Humbeeck.
;; Version.
;;; Code:
(require 'haskell-mode)
(require 'syntax nil t) ; Emacs 21 add-on
;; As `cl' defines macros that `imenu' uses, we must require them at
;; compile time.
(require 'cl)
(condition-case nil
(require 'imenu)
(error nil))
;; It makes a big difference if we don't copy the syntax table here,
;; as Emacs 21 does, but Emacs 22 doesn't.
(unless (eq (syntax-table)
(with-syntax-table (syntax-table) (syntax-table)))
(defmacro with-syntax-table (table &rest body)
"Evaluate BODY with syntax table of current buffer set to a copy of TABLE.
The syntax table of the current buffer is saved, BODY is evaluated, and the
saved table is restored, even in case of an abnormal exit.
Value is what BODY returns."
(let ((old-table (make-symbol "table"))
(old-buffer (make-symbol "buffer")))
`(let ((,old-table (syntax-table))
(,old-buffer (current-buffer)))
(set-syntax-table ,table)
(set-buffer ,old-buffer)
(set-syntax-table ,old-table))))))))
;; General declaration scanning functions.
(defalias 'haskell-ds-match-string
(if (fboundp 'match-string-no-properties)
(lambda (num)
"As `match-string' except that the string is stripped of properties."
(format "%s" (match-string num)))))
(defvar haskell-ds-start-keywords-re
(concat "\\(\\<"
"Keywords that may start a declaration.")
(defvar haskell-ds-syntax-table
(let ((table (copy-syntax-table haskell-mode-syntax-table)))
(modify-syntax-entry ?\' "w" table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?_ "w" table)
(modify-syntax-entry ?\\ "_" table)
"Syntax table used for Haskell declaration scanning.")
(defun haskell-ds-get-variable (prefix)
"Return variable involved in value binding or type signature.
Assumes point is looking at the regexp PREFIX followed by the
start of a declaration (perhaps in the middle of a series of
declarations concerning a single variable). Otherwise return nil.
Point is not changed."
;; I think I can now handle all declarations bar those with comments
;; nested before the second lexeme.
(with-syntax-table haskell-ds-syntax-table
(if (looking-at prefix) (goto-char (match-end 0)))
;; Keyword.
(if (looking-at haskell-ds-start-keywords-re)
(or ;; Parenthesized symbolic variable.
(and (looking-at "(\\(\\s_+\\))") (haskell-ds-match-string 1))
;; General case.
(if (looking-at
(if (eq ?\( (char-after))
;; Skip paranthesised expression.
;; Repeating this code and avoiding moving point if
;; possible speeds things up.
(let ((match2 (haskell-ds-match-string 2)))
;; Weed out `::', `∷',`=' and `|' from potential infix
;; symbolic variable.
(if (member match2 '("::" "" "=" "|"))
;; Variable identifier.
(haskell-ds-match-string 1)
(if (eq (aref match2 0) ?\`)
;; Infix variable identifier.
(haskell-ds-match-string 3)
;; Infix symbolic variable.
;; Variable identifier.
(and (looking-at "\\sw+") (haskell-ds-match-string 0)))))))
(defun haskell-ds-move-to-start-regexp (inc regexp)
"Move to beginning of line that succeeds/precedes (INC = 1/-1)
current line that starts with REGEXP and is not in `font-lock-comment-face'."
;; Making this defsubst instead of defun appears to have little or
;; no effect on efficiency. It is probably not called enough to do
;; so.
(while (and (= (forward-line inc) 0)
(or (not (looking-at regexp))
(eq (get-text-property (point) 'face)
(defun haskell-ds-move-to-start-regexp-skipping-comments (inc regexp)
"Like haskell-ds-move-to-start-regexp, but uses syntax-ppss to
skip comments"
(let (p)
do (setq p (point))
(haskell-ds-move-to-start-regexp inc regexp)
while (and (nth 4 (syntax-ppss))
(/= p (point))))))
(defvar literate-haskell-ds-line-prefix "> ?"
"Regexp matching start of a line of Bird-style literate code.
Current value is \"> \" as we assume top-level declarations start
at column 3. Must not contain the special \"^\" regexp as we may
not use the regexp at the start of a regexp string. Note this is
only for `imenu' support.")
(defvar haskell-ds-start-decl-re "\\(\\sw\\|(\\)"
"The regexp that starts a Haskell declaration.")
(defvar literate-haskell-ds-start-decl-re
(concat literate-haskell-ds-line-prefix haskell-ds-start-decl-re)
"The regexp that starts a Bird-style literate Haskell declaration.")
(defun haskell-ds-move-to-decl (direction bird-literate fix)
"General function for moving to the start of a declaration,
either forwards or backwards from point, with normal or with Bird-style
literate scripts. If DIRECTION is t, then forward, else backward. If
BIRD-LITERATE is t, then treat as Bird-style literate scripts, else
normal scripts. Returns point if point is left at the start of a
declaration, and nil otherwise, ie. because point is at the beginning
or end of the buffer and no declaration starts there. If FIX is t,
then point does not move if already at the start of a declaration."
;; As `haskell-ds-get-variable' cannot separate an infix variable
;; identifier out of a value binding with non-alphanumeric first
;; argument, this function will treat such value bindings as
;; separate from the declarations surrounding it.
(let ( ;; The variable typed or bound in the current series of
;; declarations.
;; The variable typed or bound in the new declaration.
;; Hack to solve hard problem for Bird-style literate scripts
;; that start with a declaration. We are in the abyss if
;; point is before start of this declaration.
(line-prefix (if bird-literate literate-haskell-ds-line-prefix ""))
;; The regexp to match for the start of a declaration.
(start-decl-re (if bird-literate
(increment (if direction 1 -1))
(bound (if direction (point-max) (point-min))))
;; Change syntax table.
(with-syntax-table haskell-ds-syntax-table
;; move to beginning of line that starts the "current
;; declaration" (dependent on DIRECTION and FIX), and then get
;; the variable typed or bound by this declaration, if any.
(let ( ;; Where point was at call of function.
(here (point))
;; Where the declaration on this line (if any) starts.
(start (progn
;; Checking the face to ensure a declaration starts
;; here seems to be the only addition to make this
;; module support LaTeX-style literate scripts.
(if (and (looking-at start-decl-re)
(not (eq (get-text-property (point) 'face)
(match-beginning 1)))))
(if (and start
;; This complicated boolean determines whether we
;; should include the declaration that starts on the
;; current line as the "current declaration" or not.
(or (and (or (and direction (not fix))
(and (not direction) fix))
(>= here start))
(and (or (and direction fix)
(and (not direction) (not fix)))
(> here start))))
;; If so, we are already at start of the current line, so
;; do nothing.
;; If point was before start of a declaration on the first
;; line of the buffer (possible for Bird-style literate
;; scripts) then we are in the abyss.
(if (and start (bobp))
(setq abyss t)
;; Otherwise we move to the start of the first declaration
;; on a line preceding the current one, skipping comments
(haskell-ds-move-to-start-regexp-skipping-comments -1 start-decl-re))))
;; If we are in the abyss, position and return as appropriate.
(if abyss
(if (not direction)
(re-search-forward (concat "\\=" line-prefix) nil t)
;; Get the variable typed or bound by this declaration, if any.
(setq name (haskell-ds-get-variable line-prefix))
(if (not name)
;; If no such variable, stop at the start of this
;; declaration if moving backward, or move to the next
;; declaration if moving forward.
(if direction
(haskell-ds-move-to-start-regexp-skipping-comments 1 start-decl-re))
;; If there is a variable, find the first
;; succeeding/preceding declaration that does not type or
;; bind it. Check for reaching start/end of buffer and
;; comments.
(haskell-ds-move-to-start-regexp-skipping-comments increment start-decl-re)
(while (and (/= (point) bound)
(and (setq newname (haskell-ds-get-variable line-prefix))
(string= name newname)))
(setq name newname)
(haskell-ds-move-to-start-regexp-skipping-comments increment start-decl-re))
;; If we are going backward, and have either reached a new
;; declaration or the beginning of a buffer that does not
;; start with a declaration, move forward to start of next
;; declaration (which must exist). Otherwise, we are done.
(if (and (not direction)
(or (and (looking-at start-decl-re)
(not (string= name
;; Note we must not use
;; newname here as this may
;; not have been set if we
;; have reached the beginning
;; of the buffer.
(and (not (looking-at start-decl-re))
(haskell-ds-move-to-start-regexp-skipping-comments 1 start-decl-re)))
;; Store whether we are at the start of a declaration or not.
;; Used to calculate final result.
(let ((at-start-decl (looking-at start-decl-re)))
;; If we are at the beginning of a line, move over
;; line-prefix, if present at point.
(if (bolp)
(re-search-forward (concat "\\=" line-prefix) (point-max) t))
;; Return point if at the start of a declaration and nil
;; otherwise.
(if at-start-decl (point) nil))))))
(defun haskell-ds-bird-p ()
(and (boundp 'haskell-literate) (eq haskell-literate 'bird)))
(defun haskell-ds-backward-decl ()
"Move backward to the first character that starts a top-level declaration.
A series of declarations concerning one variable is treated as one
declaration by this function. So, if point is within a top-level
declaration then move it to the start of that declaration. If point
is already at the start of a top-level declaration, then move it to
the start of the preceding declaration. Returns point if point is
left at the start of a declaration, and nil otherwise, ie. because
point is at the beginning of the buffer and no declaration starts
(haskell-ds-move-to-decl nil (haskell-ds-bird-p) nil))
(defun haskell-ds-forward-decl ()
"As `haskell-ds-backward-decl' but forward."
(haskell-ds-move-to-decl t (haskell-ds-bird-p) nil))
(defun haskell-ds-generic-find-next-decl (bird-literate)
"Find the name, position and type of the declaration at or after point.
if one exists and nil otherwise. The start-position is at the start
of the declaration, and the name-position is at the start of the name
of the declaration. The name is a string, the positions are buffer
positions and the type is one of the symbols \"variable\", \"datatype\",
\"class\", \"import\" and \"instance\"."
(let (;; The name, type and name-position of the declaration to
;; return.
;; Buffer positions marking the start and end of the space
;; containing a declaration.
;; Change to declaration scanning syntax.
(with-syntax-table haskell-ds-syntax-table
;; Stop when we are at the end of the buffer or when a valid
;; declaration is grabbed.
(while (not (or (eobp) name))
;; Move forward to next declaration at or after point.
(haskell-ds-move-to-decl t bird-literate t)
;; Start and end of search space is currently just the starting
;; line of the declaration.
(setq start (point)
end (line-end-position))
;; If the start of the top-level declaration does not begin
;; with a starting keyword, then (if legal) must be a type
;; signature or value binding, and the variable concerned is
;; grabbed.
((not (looking-at haskell-ds-start-keywords-re))
(setq name (haskell-ds-get-variable ""))
(if name
(setq type 'variable)
(re-search-forward (regexp-quote name) end t)
(setq name-pos (match-beginning 0)))))
;; User-defined datatype declaration.
((re-search-forward "\\=\\(data\\|newtype\\|type\\)\\>" end t)
(re-search-forward "=>" end t)
(if (looking-at "[ \t]*\\(\\sw+\\)")
(setq name (haskell-ds-match-string 1))
(setq name-pos (match-beginning 1))
(setq type 'datatype))))
;; Class declaration.
((re-search-forward "\\=class\\>" end t)
(re-search-forward "=>" end t)
(if (looking-at "[ \t]*\\(\\sw+\\)")
(setq name (haskell-ds-match-string 1))
(setq name-pos (match-beginning 1))
(setq type 'class))))
;; Import declaration.
((looking-at "import[ \t]+\\(qualified[ \t]+\\)?\\(\\(?:\\sw\\|.\\)+\\)")
(setq name (haskell-ds-match-string 2))
(setq name-pos (match-beginning 2))
(setq type 'import))
;; Instance declaration.
((re-search-forward "\\=instance[ \t]+" end t)
(re-search-forward "=>[ \t]+" end t)
;; The instance "title" starts just after the `instance' (and
;; any context) and finishes just before the _first_ `where'
;; if one exists. This solution is ugly, but I can't find a
;; nicer one---a simple regexp will pick up the last `where',
;; which may be rare but nevertheless...
(setq name-pos (point))
(setq name (format "%s"
;; Look for a `where'.
(if (re-search-forward "\\<where\\>" end t)
;; Move back to just before the `where'.
(re-search-backward "\\s-where")
;; No `where' so move to last non-whitespace
;; before `end'.
(goto-char end)
(skip-chars-backward " \t")
;; If we did not manage to extract a name, cancel this
;; declaration (eg. when line ends in "=> ").
(if (string-match "^[ \t]*$" name) (setq name nil))
(setq type 'instance)))
;; Move past start of current declaration.
(goto-char end))
;; If we have a valid declaration then return it, otherwise return
;; nil.
(if name
(cons (cons name (cons (copy-marker start t) (copy-marker name-pos t)))
;; Declaration scanning via `imenu'.
(defun haskell-ds-create-imenu-index ()
"Function for finding `imenu' declarations in Haskell mode.
Finds all declarations (classes, variables, imports, instances and
datatypes) in a Haskell file for the `imenu' package."
;; Each list has elements of the form `(INDEX-NAME . INDEX-POSITION)'.
;; These lists are nested using `(INDEX-TITLE . INDEX-ALIST)'.
(let* ((bird-literate (haskell-ds-bird-p))
(index-alist '())
(index-class-alist '()) ;; Classes
(index-var-alist '()) ;; Variables
(index-imp-alist '()) ;; Imports
(index-inst-alist '()) ;; Instances
(index-type-alist '()) ;; Datatypes
;; Variables for showing progress.
(bufname (buffer-name))
(divisor-of-progress (max 1 (/ (buffer-size) 100)))
;; The result we wish to return.
(goto-char (point-min))
;; Loop forwards from the beginning of the buffer through the
;; starts of the top-level declarations.
(while (< (point) (point-max))
(message "Scanning declarations in %s... (%3d%%)" bufname
(/ (- (point) (point-min)) divisor-of-progress))
;; Grab the next declaration.
(setq result (haskell-ds-generic-find-next-decl bird-literate))
(if result
;; If valid, extract the components of the result.
(let* ((name-posns (car result))
(name (car name-posns))
(posns (cdr name-posns))
(start-pos (car posns))
(type (cdr result))
;; Place `(name . start-pos)' in the correct alist.
(sym (cdr (assq type
'((variable . index-var-alist)
(datatype . index-type-alist)
(class . index-class-alist)
(import . index-imp-alist)
(instance . index-inst-alist))))))
(set sym (cons (cons name start-pos) (symbol-value sym))))))
;; Now sort all the lists, label them, and place them in one list.
(message "Sorting declarations in %s..." bufname)
(and index-type-alist
(push (cons "Datatypes"
(sort index-type-alist 'haskell-ds-imenu-label-cmp))
(and index-inst-alist
(push (cons "Instances"
(sort index-inst-alist 'haskell-ds-imenu-label-cmp))
(and index-imp-alist
(push (cons "Imports"
(sort index-imp-alist 'haskell-ds-imenu-label-cmp))
(and index-var-alist
(push (cons "Variables"
(sort index-var-alist 'haskell-ds-imenu-label-cmp))
(and index-class-alist
(push (cons "Classes"
(sort index-class-alist 'haskell-ds-imenu-label-cmp))
(message "Sorting declarations in %s...done" bufname)
;; Return the alist.
(defun haskell-ds-imenu-label-cmp (el1 el2)
"Predicate to compare labels in lists from `haskell-ds-create-imenu-index'."
(string< (car el1) (car el2)))
(defun haskell-ds-imenu ()
"Install `imenu' for Haskell scripts."
(setq imenu-create-index-function 'haskell-ds-create-imenu-index)
(if (fboundp 'imenu-add-to-menubar)
(imenu-add-to-menubar "Declarations")))
;; Declaration scanning via `func-menu'.
(defun haskell-ds-func-menu-next (buffer)
"Non-literate Haskell version of `haskell-ds-generic-func-menu-next'."
(haskell-ds-generic-func-menu-next (haskell-ds-bird-p) buffer))
(defun haskell-ds-generic-func-menu-next (bird-literate buffer)
"Return `(name . pos)' of next declaration."
(set-buffer buffer)
(let ((result (haskell-ds-generic-find-next-decl bird-literate)))
(if result
(let* ((name-posns (car result))
(name (car name-posns))
(posns (cdr name-posns))
(name-pos (cdr posns))
;;(type (cdr result))
(cons ;(concat
;; func-menu has problems with spaces, and adding a
;; qualifying keyword will not allow the "goto fn"
;; functions to work properly. Sigh.
;; (cond
;; ((eq type 'variable) "")
;; ((eq type 'datatype) "datatype ")
;; ((eq type 'class) "class ")
;; ((eq type 'import) "import ")
;; ((eq type 'instance) "instance "))
(defvar haskell-ds-func-menu-regexp
(concat "^" haskell-ds-start-decl-re)
"Regexp to match the start of a possible declaration.")
(defvar literate-haskell-ds-func-menu-regexp
(concat "^" literate-haskell-ds-start-decl-re)
"As `haskell-ds-func-menu-regexp' but for Bird-style literate scripts.")
(defvar fume-menubar-menu-name)
(defvar fume-function-name-regexp-alist)
(defvar fume-find-function-name-method-alist)
(defun haskell-ds-func-menu ()
"Use `func-menu' to establish declaration scanning for Haskell scripts."
(require 'func-menu)
(set (make-local-variable 'fume-menubar-menu-name) "Declarations")
(set (make-local-variable 'fume-function-name-regexp-alist)
(if (haskell-ds-bird-p)
'((haskell-mode . literate-haskell-ds-func-menu-regexp))
'((haskell-mode . haskell-ds-func-menu-regexp))))
(set (make-local-variable 'fume-find-function-name-method-alist)
'((haskell-mode . haskell-ds-func-menu-next)))
(local-set-key "\C-cl" 'fume-list-functions)
(local-set-key "\C-cg" 'fume-prompt-function-goto)
(local-set-key [(meta button1)] 'fume-mouse-function-goto))
;; The main functions to turn on declaration scanning.
(defun turn-on-haskell-decl-scan ()
"Unconditionally activate `haskell-decl-scan-mode'."
(haskell-decl-scan-mode 1))
(defvar haskell-decl-scan-mode nil)
(make-variable-buffer-local 'haskell-decl-scan-mode)
(defun haskell-decl-scan-mode (&optional arg)
"Minor mode for declaration scanning for Haskell mode.
Top-level declarations are scanned and listed in the menu item \"Declarations\".
Selecting an item from this menu will take point to the start of the
\\[haskell-ds-forward-decl] and \\[haskell-ds-backward-decl] move forward and backward to the start of a declaration.
Under XEmacs, the following keys are also defined:
\\[fume-list-functions] lists the declarations of the current buffer,
\\[fume-prompt-function-goto] prompts for a declaration to move to, and
\\[fume-mouse-function-goto] moves to the declaration whose name is at point.
This may link with `haskell-doc' (only for Emacs currently).
For non-literate and LaTeX-style literate scripts, we assume the
common convention that top-level declarations start at the first
column. For Bird-style literate scripts, we assume the common
convention that top-level declarations start at the third column,
ie. after \"> \".
Anything in `font-lock-comment-face' is not considered for a
declaration. Therefore, using Haskell font locking with comments
coloured in `font-lock-comment-face' improves declaration scanning.
To turn on declaration scanning for all Haskell buffers, add this to
(add-hook 'haskell-mode-hook 'turn-on-haskell-decl-scan)
To turn declaration scanning on for the current buffer, call
Literate Haskell scripts are supported: If the value of
`haskell-literate' (automatically set by the Haskell mode of
Moss&Thorn) is `bird', a Bird-style literate script is assumed. If it
is nil or `tex', a non-literate or LaTeX-style literate script is
assumed, respectively.
Invokes `haskell-decl-scan-mode-hook'."
(if (boundp 'beginning-of-defun-function)
(if haskell-decl-scan-mode
(set (make-local-variable 'beginning-of-defun-function)
(set (make-local-variable 'end-of-defun-function)
(kill-local-variable 'beginning-of-defun-function)
(kill-local-variable 'end-of-defun-function))
(local-set-key "\M-\C-e"
(if haskell-decl-scan-mode 'haskell-ds-forward-decl))
(local-set-key "\M-\C-a"
(if haskell-decl-scan-mode 'haskell-ds-backward-decl)))
(if haskell-decl-scan-mode
(if (fboundp 'imenu)
;; How can we cleanly remove that menus?
(local-set-key [menu-bar index] nil))
(run-hooks 'haskell-decl-scan-mode-hook))
;; Provide ourselves:
(provide 'haskell-decl-scan)
;; arch-tag: f4335fd8-4b6c-472e-9899-004d47d94818
;;; haskell-decl-scan.el ends here