;;; info-xref.el --- check external references in an Info document
;; Copyright (C) 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
;; Author: Kevin Ryde <firstname.lastname@example.org>
;; Keywords: docs
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;; This file implements some simple checking of external cross references in
;; info files, by attempting to visit the nodes specified.
;; "makeinfo" checks references internal to a document, but not external
;; references, which makes it rather easy for mistakes to creep in or node
;; name changes to go unnoticed. `Info-validate' doesn't check external
;; references either.
;; `M-x info-xref-check' checks one file. When invoked from an Info-mode or
;; texinfo-mode buffer, the current info file is the default at the prompt.
;; `M-x info-xref-check-all' looks at everything in the normal info path.
;; This might be a lot of files but it's a good way to check the consistency
;; of the whole system.
;; Results are shown in a buffer. The format is a bit rough, but hopefully
;; there won't be too many problems normally, and correcting them is a
;; manual process anyway, a case of finding the right spot in the original
;; .texi and finding what node it ought to point to.
;; When a target info file doesn't exist there's clearly no way to validate
;; node references within it. A message is given for missing target files
;; (once per source document), it could be simply that the target hasn't
;; been installed, or it could be a mistake in the reference.
;; Indirect info files are understood, just pass the top-level foo.info to
;; `info-xref-check' and it traverses all sub-files. Compressed info files
;; are accepted too, as usual for `Info-mode'.
;; `info-xref-check-all' is rather permissive in what it considers an info
;; file. It has to be since info files don't necessarily have a ".info"
;; suffix (eg. this is usual for the emacs manuals). One consequence of
;; this is that if for instance there's a source code directory in
;; `Info-directory-list' then a lot of extraneous files might be read, which
;; will be time consuming but should be harmless.
;; `M-x info-xref-check-all-custom' is a related command, it goes through
;; all info document references in customizable variables, checking them
;; like info file cross references.
(defconst info-xref-results-buffer "*info-xref results*"
"Name of the buffer for info-xref results.")
(defun info-xref-check (filename)
"Check external references in FILENAME, an info document."
(cond ((eq major-mode 'Info-mode)
((eq major-mode 'texinfo-mode)
;; look for @setfilename like makeinfo.el does
"^@setfilename[ \t]+\\([^ \t\n]+\\)[ \t]*"
(line-beginning-position 100) t)
(expand-file-name (match-string 1)))))))
(prompt (if default-filename
(format "Info file (%s): " default-filename)
"Info file: ")))
(read-file-name prompt nil default-filename t))))
(info-xref-check-list (list filename)))
(defun info-xref-check-all ()
"Check external references in all info documents in the usual path.
The usual path is `Info-directory-list' and `Info-additional-directory-list'."
;; An alternative to trying to get only top-level files here would be to
;; simply return all files, and have info-xref-check-list not follow
;; Indirect:. The current way seems a bit nicer though, because it gets the
;; proper top-level filename into the error messages, and suppresses
;; duplicate "not available" messages for all subfiles of a single document.
(defun info-xref-all-info-files ()
"Return a list of all available info files.
Only top-level files are returned, subfiles are excluded.
Since info files don't have to have a .info suffix, all files in the
relevant directories are considered, which might mean a lot of extraneous
things are returned if for instance a source code directory is in the path."
(info-initialize) ;; establish Info-directory-list
(let ((result nil))
(dolist (name (directory-files dir t))
(unless (or (file-directory-p name) (info-xref-subfile-p name))
(push name result)))
(append Info-directory-list Info-additional-directory-list))))
(defun info-xref-subfile-p (filename)
"Return t if FILENAME is an info subfile.
If removing the last \"-<NUM>\" from the filename gives a file that exists,
then consider FILENAME a subfile. This is an imperfect test, we probably
should open up the purported top file and see what subfiles it says."
(and (string-match "\\`\\(\\([^-]*-\\)*[^-]*\\)-[0-9]+\\(.*\\)\\'" filename)
(file-exists-p (concat (match-string 1 filename)
(match-string 3 filename)))))
;; Some dynamic variables are used to share information with sub-functions
;; info-xref-filename-header - a heading message for the current top-level
;; filename, or "" when it's been printed.
;; info-xref-good - count of good cross references.
;; info-xref-bad - count of bad cross references.
;; info-xref-xfile-alist - indexed by "(foo)" with value nil or t according
;; to whether "(foo)" exists or not. This is used to suppress duplicate
;; messages about foo not being available. (Duplicates within one
;; top-level file that is.)
(defun info-xref-check-list (filename-list)
"Check external references in info documents in FILENAME-LIST."
(pop-to-buffer info-xref-results-buffer t)
(let ((info-xref-good 0)
(dolist (info-xref-filename filename-list)
(format "In file %s:\n" info-xref-filename))
(with-temp-message (format "Looking at %s" info-xref-filename)
(if (re-search-forward "\^_\nIndirect:\n" nil t)
(let ((dir (file-name-directory info-xref-filename)))
(while (looking-at "\\(.*\\): [0-9]+\n")
(let ((subfile (match-string 1)))
(expand-file-name subfile dir))
(insert (format "done, %d good, %d bad\n" info-xref-good info-xref-bad))))
(defun info-xref-check-buffer ()
"Check external references in the info file in the current buffer.
This should be the raw file contents, not `Info-mode'."
"\\*[Nn]ote[ \n\t]+[^:]*:[ \n\t]+\\(\\(([^)]*)\\)[^.,]+\\)[.,]"
(let* ((file (match-string 2))
(node ;; Canonicalize spaces: we could use "[\t\n ]+" but
;; we try to avoid uselessly replacing " " with " ".
(replace-regexp-in-string "[\t\n][\t\n ]*\\| [\t\n ]+" " "
(match-string 1) t t)))
(if (string-equal "()" file)
(info-xref-output "Empty filename part: %s\n" node)
;; see if the file exists, if we haven't tried it before
(unless (assoc file info-xref-xfile-alist)
(let ((found (info-xref-goto-node-p file)))
(push (cons file found) info-xref-xfile-alist)
(info-xref-output "Not available to check: %s\n" file))))
;; if the file exists, try the node
(when (cdr (assoc file info-xref-xfile-alist))
(if (info-xref-goto-node-p node)
(setq info-xref-good (1+ info-xref-good))
(setq info-xref-bad (1+ info-xref-bad))
(info-xref-output "No such node: %s\n" node)))))))
(defun info-xref-output (str &rest args)
"Emit a `format'-ed message STR+ARGS to the info-xref output buffer."
(apply 'format str args))
(setq info-xref-filename-heading "")
;; all this info-xref can be pretty slow, display now so the user can
;; see some progress
;; When asking Info-goto-node to fork, *info* needs to be the current
;; buffer, otherwise it seems to clone the current buffer but then do the
;; goto-node in plain *info*.
;; We only fork if *info* already exists, if it doesn't then we can create
;; and destroy just that instead of a new name.
;; If Info-goto-node can't find the file, then no new buffer is created. If
;; it finds the file but not the node, then a buffer is created. Handle
;; this difference by checking before killing.
(defun info-xref-goto-node-p (node)
"Return t if it's possible to go to the given NODE."
(let ((oldbuf (current-buffer)))
(when (get-buffer "*info*")
"xref - temporary"))
(unless (equal (current-buffer) oldbuf)
(defun info-xref-check-all-custom ()
"Check info references in all customize groups and variables.
`custom-manual' and `info-link' entries in the `custom-links' list are checked.
`custom-load' autoloads for all symbols are loaded in order to get all the
link information. This will be a lot of lisp packages loaded, and can take
quite a while."
(pop-to-buffer info-xref-results-buffer t)
(let ((info-xref-filename-heading ""))
;; `custom-load-symbol' is not used, since it quietly ignores errors,
;; but we want to show them (since they may mean incomplete checking).
;; Just one pass through mapatoms is made. There shouldn't be any new
;; custom-loads setup by packages loaded.
(info-xref-output "Loading custom-load autoloads ...\n")
(let ((viper-mode nil)) ;; tell viper.el not to ask about viperizing
(dolist (load (get symbol 'custom-loads))
(cond ((symbolp load)
(condition-case cause (require load)
(info-xref-output "Symbol `%s': cannot require '%s: %s\n"
symbol load cause))))
;; skip if previously loaded
((assoc load load-history))
((assoc (locate-library load) load-history))
(condition-case cause (load load)
(info-xref-output "Symbol `%s': cannot load \"%s\": %s\n"
symbol load cause)))))))))
;; Don't bother to check whether the info file exists as opposed to just
;; a missing node. If you have the lisp then you should have the
;; documentation, so missing node name will be the usual fault.
(info-xref-output "\nChecking custom-links references ...\n")
(let ((good 0)
(dolist (link (get symbol 'custom-links))
(when (memq (car link) '(custom-manual info-link))
;; skip :tag part of (custom-manual :tag "Foo" "(foo)Node")
(if (eq :tag (cadr link))
(setq link (cddr link)))
(if (info-xref-goto-node-p (cadr link))
(setq good (1+ good))
(setq bad (1+ bad))
;; symbol-file gives nil for preloaded variables, would need
;; to copy what describe-variable does to show the right place
(info-xref-output "Symbol `%s' (in %s): cannot goto node: %s\n"
symbol (symbol-file symbol) (cadr link)))))))
(info-xref-output "%d good, %d bad\n" good bad))))
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;;; info-xref.el ends here