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Initial version.

Creates and manages sage processes in `inferior-sage-mode'.

Supports editing sage source code in `sage-mode'.

Has a reasonable IPython enhanced `ipython-completing-read-symbol' for
interactively completing symbols, that uses IPython's auto-completion. Has a
rough `ipython-describe-symbol', for querying using IPython's ?.

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+;;; sage-mode.el --- Major mode for editing SAGE code
+;; Copyright (C) 2007  Nick Alexander
+;; Author: Nick Alexander <>
+;; Keywords: sage ipython python math
+;; This file 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 2, or (at your option)
+;; any later version.
+;; This file is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+;; GNU General Public License for more details.
+;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+;; along with GNU Emacs; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to
+;; the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor,
+;; Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
+;;; Commentary:
+;;; Code:
+(require 'python)
+(require 'ansi-color)
+;;; Inferior SAGE major mode
+  inferior-sage-mode
+  inferior-python-mode
+  "Inferior SAGE"
+  "Major mode for interacting with an inferior SAGE process."
+  ; (setq sage-command (expand-file-name "~/bin/sage"))
+  (setq comint-prompt-regexp
+	(rx line-start (1+ (and (or "sage:" "....." ">>>" "...") " "))))
+  (setq comint-redirect-finished-regexp "sage:") ; comint-prompt-regexp)
+  ; ansi color doesn't play well with redirect
+  ; (ansi-color-for-comint-mode-on)
+  ; XXX what should be done here?
+  ; (setq python-buffer sage-buffer)
+  (define-key inferior-sage-mode-map
+    [(control h) (control f)] 'ipython-describe-symbol)
+(defcustom sage-command (expand-file-name "~/bin/sage")
+  "Actual command used to run SAGE.
+Additional arguments are added when the command is used by `run-sage' et al."
+  :group 'sage
+  :type 'string)
+(defvar sage-buffer nil
+  "*The current SAGE process buffer.
+Commands that send text from source buffers to SAGE processes have
+to choose a process to send to.  This is determined by buffer-local
+value of `sage-buffer'.  If its value in the current buffer,
+i.e. both any local value and the default one, is nil, `run-sage'
+and commands that send to the Python process will start a new process.
+Whenever \\[run-sage] starts a new process, it resets the default
+value of `sage-buffer' to be the new process's buffer and sets the
+buffer-local value similarly if the current buffer is in SAGE mode
+or Inferior SAGE mode, so that source buffer stays associated with a
+specific sub-process.
+Use \\[sage-set-proc] to set the default value from a buffer with a
+local value.")
+(make-variable-buffer-local 'sage-buffer)
+(defun run-sage (&optional cmd noshow new)
+  "Run an inferior SAGE process, input and output via buffer *SAGE*.
+CMD is the SAGE command to run.  NOSHOW non-nil means don't show the
+buffer automatically.
+Normally, if there is a process already running in `sage-buffer',
+switch to that buffer.  Interactively, a prefix arg allows you to edit
+the initial command line (default is `sage-command'); `-i' etc. args
+will be added to this as appropriate.  A new process is started if:
+one isn't running attached to `sage-buffer', or interactively the
+default `sage-command', or argument NEW is non-nil.  See also the
+documentation for `sage-buffer'.
+Runs the hook `inferior-sage-mode-hook' \(after the
+`comint-mode-hook' is run).  \(Type \\[describe-mode] in the process
+buffer for a list of commands.)"
+  (interactive (if current-prefix-arg
+		   (list (read-string "Run SAGE: " sage-command) nil t)
+		 (list sage-command)))
+  (unless cmd (setq cmd sage-command))
+  (setq sage-command cmd)
+  ;; Fixme: Consider making `sage-buffer' buffer-local as a buffer
+  ;; (not a name) in SAGE buffers from which `run-sage' &c is
+  ;; invoked.  Would support multiple processes better.
+  (let ((create-new-sage-p
+	 (or new			; if you ask for it
+	     (null sage-buffer)		; or there isn't a running sage
+	     (not (comint-check-proc sage-buffer)) ; or there is a sage
+					; buffer, but it's dead
+	     )))
+    (when create-new-sage-p
+      (with-current-buffer
+	  (let* ((cmdlist (python-args-to-list cmd))
+		 ;; Set PYTHONPATH to import module emacs from,
+		 ;; but ensure that a user specified PYTHONPATH will
+		 ;; override our setting, so that can be
+		 ;; customized easily.
+		 (orig-path (getenv "PYTHONPATH"))
+		 (path-sep (if (and orig-path (length orig-path)) ":" ""))
+		 (data-path (concat "PYTHONPATH=" orig-path path-sep data-directory))
+		 (process-environment
+		  (cons data-path process-environment)))
+	    (apply 'make-comint-in-buffer "SAGE"
+		   (if new (generate-new-buffer "*SAGE*") "*SAGE*")
+		   (car cmdlist) nil (cdr cmdlist)))
+	;; Show progress
+	(unless noshow (pop-to-buffer (current-buffer)))
+	;; Update default SAGE buffers
+	(setq-default sage-buffer (current-buffer))
+	;; Update python-buffer too, so that evaluation keys work
+	(setq-default python-buffer (current-buffer))
+	;; Set up sensible prompt defaults, etc
+	(inferior-sage-mode)
+	(accept-process-output (get-buffer-process sage-buffer) 5)
+	;; Ensure we're at a prompt before loading the functions we use
+	(python-send-receive "import emacs; print '_emacs_out ()'"))))
+  ;; If we're coming from a sage-mode buffer, update inferior buffer
+  (when (derived-mode-p 'sage-mode)
+      (setq sage-buffer (default-value 'sage-buffer)) ; buffer-local
+      ;; Update python-buffer too, so that evaluation keys work
+      (setq python-buffer (default-value 'sage-buffer))) ; buffer-local
+  ;; No matter how we got here, we want this inferior buffer to be the master
+  ;; (when (comint-check-proc sage-buffer)
+  ;;  (setq-default sage-buffer sage-buffer)
+  ;;  (setq-default python-buffer sage-buffer))
+  ;; Without this, help output goes into the inferior python buffer if
+  ;; the process isn't already running.
+  (sit-for 1 t)        ;Should we use accept-process-output instead?  --Stef
+  (unless noshow (pop-to-buffer sage-buffer)))
+;;; SAGE major mode
+(provide 'sage)
+  sage-mode
+  python-mode
+  "SAGE"
+  "Major mode for editing SAGE files."
+  (define-key sage-mode-map [(control h) (control f)] 'ipython-describe-symbol)
+(add-to-list 'interpreter-mode-alist '("sage" . sage-mode))
+(add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.sage\\'" . sage-mode))
+(defun python-qualified-module-name (file)
+  "Find the qualified module name for filename FILE.
+This recurses down the directory tree as long as there are
+files there, signalling that we are inside a package.
+Returns a list of two elements.  The first is the top level package
+directory; the second is the dotted Python module name.
+Adapted from a patch posted to the python-mode trac."
+  (let ((rec #'(lambda (d f)
+		 (let* ((dir (file-name-directory d))
+			(initpy (concat dir "")))
+		   (if (file-exists-p initpy)
+		       (let ((d2 (directory-file-name d)))
+			 (funcall rec (file-name-directory d2)
+				  (concat (file-name-nondirectory d2) "." f)))
+		     (list d f))))))
+    (funcall rec (file-name-directory file)
+	     (file-name-sans-extension (file-name-nondirectory file))))) 
+;;; Replace original `python-load-file' to use xreload and packages.
+(ad-activate 'python-load-file)
+(defadvice python-load-file
+  (around nca-python-load-file first (file-name &optional xreload))
+  "Load a Python file FILE-NAME into the inferior Python process.
+THIS REPLACES THE ORIGINAL `python-load-file'.
+If the file has extension `.py' import or reload it as a module.
+Treating it as a module keeps the global namespace clean, provides
+function location information for debugging, and supports users of
+module-qualified names."
+  (interactive
+   (append (comint-get-source "Load Python file: " python-prev-dir/file
+					   python-source-modes
+					   t)
+	   current-prefix-arg))	; because execfile needs exact name
+  (comint-check-source file-name)     ; Check to see if buffer needs saving.
+  (setq python-prev-dir/file (cons (file-name-directory file-name)
+				   (file-name-nondirectory file-name)))
+  (with-current-buffer (process-buffer (python-proc)) ;Runs python if needed.
+    ;; Fixme: I'm not convinced by this logic from python-mode.el.
+    (python-send-command
+     (if (string-match "\\.py\\'" file-name)
+	 (let* ((directory-module (python-qualified-module-name file-name))
+		(directory (car directory-module))
+		(module (cdr directory-module))
+		(xreload-flag (if xreload "True" "False")))
+	   (format "emacs.eimport(%S, %S, use_xreload=%s)"
+		   module directory xreload-flag))
+       (format "execfile(%S)" file-name)))
+    (message "%s loaded" file-name)))
+;;; Treat sage code as python source code
+(add-to-list 'python-source-modes 'sage-mode)
+(defun python-send-receive-multiline (command)
+  "Send COMMAND to inferior Python (if any) and return result as a string.
+This is an alternate `python-send-receive' that uses temporary buffers and
+This implementation handles multi-line output strings gracefully.  At this
+time, it does not handle multi-line input strings at all."
+  (interactive "sCommand: ")
+  (with-temp-buffer
+    ;; Grab what Python has to say
+    (comint-redirect-send-command-to-process
+     command (current-buffer) (python-proc) nil t)
+    ;; Wait for the redirection to complete
+    (with-current-buffer (process-buffer (python-proc))
+      (while (null comint-redirect-completed)
+	(accept-process-output nil 1)))
+    ;; Return the output
+    (let ((output (buffer-substring-no-properties (point-min) (point-max))))
+      (when (interactive-p)
+	(message output))
+      output)))
+;;; completing-read for symbols using IPython's *? mechanism
+(defvar ipython-completing-read-symbol-history ()
+  "List of Python symbols recently queried.")
+(defvar ipython-completing-read-symbol-pred nil
+  "Predicate for filtering queried Python symbols.")
+(defvar ipython-completing-read-symbol-command "emacs.ipython_complete('%s')"
+  "IPython command for generating completions.")
+(defvar ipython-completing-read-symbol-cache ()
+  "A list (last-queried-string string-completions).")
+(defun ipython-completing-read-symbol-make-completions (string)
+  "Query IPython for completions of STRING.
+Return a list of completion strings.
+Uses `ipython-completing-read-symbol-command' to query IPython."
+  (let* ((command (format ipython-completing-read-symbol-command string))
+	 (output (python-send-receive command)))
+    (condition-case ()
+	(car (read-from-string output))
+      (error nil))))
+(defun ipython-completing-read-symbol-function (string predicate action)
+  "A `completing-read' programmable completion function for querying IPython.
+See `try-completion' and `all-completions' for interface details."
+  (let ((cached-string (first ipython-completing-read-symbol-cache))
+	(completions (second ipython-completing-read-symbol-cache)))
+    ;; Recompute table using IPython if neccessary
+    (when (or (null completions)
+	      (not (equal string cached-string)))
+      (setq ipython-completing-read-symbol-cache
+	    (list string (ipython-completing-read-symbol-make-completions string)))
+      (setq completions (second ipython-completing-read-symbol-cache)))
+    ;; Complete as necessary
+    (if action
+	(let ((all (all-completions string completions predicate)))
+	  (if (eq action 'lambda)
+	    (member string all)		; action is lambda
+	    all))			; action is t
+      (try-completion string completions predicate) ; action is nil
+(defun ipython-completing-read-symbol (default)
+  "Read a Python symbol from user, using IPython for completion."
+  (let ((prompt (if (null default) "IPython symbol: "
+		  (format "IPython symbol (default %s): " default)))
+	(func 'ipython-completing-read-symbol-function)
+	(pred ipython-completing-read-symbol-pred)
+	(hist 'ipython-completing-read-symbol-history))
+    (completing-read prompt func pred nil nil hist default)))
+(defvar ipython-symbol-not-found "Object `.*?` not found."
+  "Regexp that matches IPython's 'symbol not found' warning.")
+(defvar ipython-symbol-describing-buffer-name "*IPython Symbol*"
+  "Temporary buffer for describing symbols.")
+(defun ipython-get-symbol-describing-buffer ()
+  "Return a temporary buffer.  Create one if necessary."
+  (let ((buf (get-buffer-create ipython-symbol-describing-buffer-name)))
+    (set-buffer buf)
+    buf))
+(defun ipython-describe-symbol (symbol)
+  "Get help on SYMBOL using IPython's inspection (?).
+Interactively, prompt for SYMBOL."
+  ;; Note that we do this in the inferior process, not a separate one, to
+  ;; ensure the environment is appropriate.
+  (interactive
+   (let ((symbol (with-syntax-table python-dotty-syntax-table
+		   (current-word)))
+	 (enable-recursive-minibuffers t))
+     (list (ipython-completing-read-symbol symbol))))
+  (if (equal symbol "") (error "No symbol"))
+  ;; Try to handle symbol not found gracefully  
+  (save-excursion
+    ;; Clean slate
+    (set-buffer (ipython-get-symbol-describing-buffer))
+    (delete-region (point-min) (point-max))
+    ;; Grab what IPython has to say
+    (comint-redirect-send-command-to-process
+     (format "%s?" symbol)
+     (buffer-name (ipython-get-symbol-describing-buffer)) (python-proc) nil t)
+    ;; Wait for the process to complete
+    (set-buffer (process-buffer (python-proc)))
+    (while (null comint-redirect-completed)
+      (accept-process-output nil 1))
+    ;; When looking at symbol not found, say so
+    (set-buffer (ipython-get-symbol-describing-buffer))
+    (goto-char (point-min))
+    (when (looking-at ipython-symbol-not-found)
+      (error "Symbol `%s' not found" symbol))
+    ;; Ensure we have a suitable help buffer.
+    ;; Fixme: Maybe process `Related help topics' a la help xrefs and
+    ;; allow C-c C-f in help buffer.
+    (let* ((help-contents (buffer-substring (point-min) (point-max)))
+	   (temp-buffer-show-hook	; avoid xref stuff
+	    (lambda ()
+	      (toggle-read-only 1)
+	      (setq view-return-to-alist
+		    (list (cons (selected-window) help-return-method))))))
+      (with-output-to-temp-buffer (help-buffer)
+	(with-current-buffer standard-output
+	  ;; Fixme: Is this actually useful?
+	(help-setup-xref (list 'python-describe-symbol symbol) (interactive-p))
+	(set (make-local-variable 'comint-redirect-subvert-readonly) t)
+	;; (print-help-return-message)
+	;; Finally, display help contents
+	(princ help-contents)
+	)))
+    ))
+;;; Use icicles for completing-read if possible
+(require 'icicles nil t)
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