emacs / src / cm.h

/* Cursor motion calculation definitions for GNU Emacs
   Copyright (C) 1985, 1989 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

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 2, 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
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
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., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.  */

/* Holds the minimum and maximum costs for the parametrized capabilities.  */
struct parmcap
  {
    int mincost, maxcost;
  };

/* This structure holds everything needed to do cursor motion except the pad
   character (PC) and the output speed of the terminal (ospeed), which
   termcap wants in global variables.  */

struct cm
  {
    /* Cursor position.  -1 in *both* variables means the cursor
       position is unknown, in order to force absolute cursor motion. */

    int cm_curY;			/* Current row */
    int cm_curX;			/* Current column */

    /* Capabilities from termcap */
    char *cm_up;		/* up (up) */
    char *cm_down;		/* down (do) */
    char *cm_left;		/* left (le) */
    char *cm_right;		/* right (nd) */
    char *cm_home;		/* home (ho) */
    char *cm_cr;		/* carriage return (cr) */
    char *cm_ll;		/* last line (ll) */
    char *cm_tab;		/* tab (ta) */
    char *cm_backtab;		/* backtab (bt) */
    char *cm_abs;		/* absolute (cm) */
    char *cm_habs;		/* horizontal absolute (ch) */
    char *cm_vabs;		/* vertical absolute (cv) */
#if 0
    char *cm_ds;		/* "don't send" string (ds) */
#endif
    char *cm_multiup;		/* multiple up (UP) */
    char *cm_multidown;		/* multiple down (DO) */
    char *cm_multileft;		/* multiple left (LE) */
    char *cm_multiright;	/* multiple right (RI) */
    int cm_cols;		/* number of cols on screen (co) */
    int cm_rows;		/* number of rows on screen (li) */
    int cm_tabwidth;		/* tab width (it) */
    unsigned int cm_autowrap:1;	/* autowrap flag (am) */
    unsigned int cm_magicwrap:1; /* VT-100: cursor stays in last col but
				    will cm_wrap if next char is
				    printing (xn) */
    unsigned int cm_usetabs:1;	/* if set, use tabs */
    unsigned int cm_losewrap:1;	/* if reach right margin, forget cursor
				   location */
    unsigned int cm_autolf:1;	/* \r performs a \r\n (rn) */

    /* Parametrized capabilities.  This needs to be a struct since
       the costs are accessed through pointers.  */

#if 0
    struct parmcap cc_abs;	/* absolute (cm) */
    struct parmcap cc_habs;	/* horizontal absolute (ch) */
    struct parmcap cc_vabs;	/* vertical absolute (cv) */
    struct parmcap cc_multiup;	/* multiple up (UP) */
    struct parmcap cc_multidown; /* multiple down (DO) */
    struct parmcap cc_multileft; /* multiple left (LE) */
    struct parmcap cc_multiright; /* multiple right (RI) */
#endif

    /* Costs for the non-parametrized capabilities */
    int cc_up;			/* cost for up */
    int cc_down;		/* etc. */
    int cc_left;
    int cc_right;
    int cc_home;
    int cc_cr;
    int cc_ll;
    int cc_tab;
    int cc_backtab;
    /* These are temporary, until the code is installed to use the
       struct parmcap fields above.  */
    int cc_abs;
    int cc_habs;
    int cc_vabs;
  };

extern struct cm Wcm;		/* Terminal capabilities */
extern char PC;			/* Pad character */
#ifdef HAVE_TERMIOS_H
#include <termios.h>
/* HJL's version of libc is said to need this on the Alpha.  */
speed_t ospeed;
#else
extern short ospeed;		/* Output speed (from sg_ospeed) */
#endif

/* Shorthand */
#ifndef NoCMShortHand
#define curY		Wcm.cm_curY
#define curX		Wcm.cm_curX
#define Up		Wcm.cm_up
#define Down		Wcm.cm_down
#define Left		Wcm.cm_left
#define Right		Wcm.cm_right
#define Tab		Wcm.cm_tab
#define BackTab		Wcm.cm_backtab
#define TabWidth	Wcm.cm_tabwidth
#define CR		Wcm.cm_cr
#define Home		Wcm.cm_home
#define LastLine	Wcm.cm_ll
#define AbsPosition	Wcm.cm_abs
#define ColPosition	Wcm.cm_habs
#define RowPosition	Wcm.cm_vabs
#define MultiUp		Wcm.cm_multiup
#define MultiDown	Wcm.cm_multidown
#define MultiLeft	Wcm.cm_multileft
#define MultiRight	Wcm.cm_multiright
#define AutoWrap	Wcm.cm_autowrap
#define MagicWrap	Wcm.cm_magicwrap
#define UseTabs		Wcm.cm_usetabs
#define FrameRows	Wcm.cm_rows
#define FrameCols	Wcm.cm_cols

#define UpCost		Wcm.cc_up
#define DownCost	Wcm.cc_down
#define LeftCost	Wcm.cc_left
#define RightCost	Wcm.cc_right
#define HomeCost	Wcm.cc_home
#define CRCost		Wcm.cc_cr
#define LastLineCost	Wcm.cc_ll
#define TabCost		Wcm.cc_tab
#define BackTabCost	Wcm.cc_backtab
#define AbsPositionCost	Wcm.cc_abs
#define ColPositionCost	Wcm.cc_habs
#define RowPositionCost	Wcm.cc_vabs
#define MultiUpCost	Wcm.cc_multiup
#define MultiDownCost	Wcm.cc_multidown
#define MultiLeftCost	Wcm.cc_multileft
#define MultiRightCost	Wcm.cc_multiright
#endif

#define cmat(row,col)	(curY = (row), curX = (col))
#define cmplus(n)					\
  {							\
    if ((curX += (n)) >= FrameCols && !MagicWrap)	\
      {							\
	if (Wcm.cm_losewrap) losecursor ();		\
	else if (AutoWrap) curX = 0, curY++;		\
	else curX--;					\
      }							\
  }

#define losecursor()	(curX = -1, curY = -1)

extern int cost;
extern int evalcost ();

extern void cmcheckmagic ();
extern int cmputc ();
extern int cmcostinit ();
extern int cmgoto ();
extern int Wcm_clear ();
extern int Wcm_init ();
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